Elisabeth Andreadou qualified from Aristotle University Medical School (Thessaloniki, Greece) in 1985. She completed Residency and Fellowship training in neurology in the Department of Neurology of Athens National and Kapodistrian University, Aeginition Hospital (Athens, Greece), from 1987 to 1991. Andreadou also received a Ph.D. degree from the Medical School, Athens National and Kapodistrian University, in 1995. Subsequently she served as Postdoctoral Clinical Research Fellow (1996-2003) and Lecturer (2003-;2009) at Aeginition University Hospital. She was appointed as an Assistant Professor of neurology in 2009. Andreadou currently works in the Unit of Demyelinating Diseases at Aeginition University Hospital. She has clinical interests in degenerative disorders of the nervous system and multiple sclerosis. Her research interests include mechanisms and biomarkers of neurodegeneration. She is also interested in quality of life of patients with degenerative disorders and in factors affecting it. Andreadou has published 23 peer-reviewed articles and over 80 presentations at scientific meetings. She has written a chapter entitled "Neuroimaging in multiple sclerosis" for the book Neuroimaging - Clinical Applications, Professor Peter Bright (Ed.), ISBN: 978-953-51-0200-7, InTech, pp. 317-354.
Biography Updated on 12 December 2013