Andreas D. Flouris

Centre for Research and Technology-Thessaly, Greece


From 2004 to 2007 Dr. Flouris was a Lecturer at the Department of Health and Human Performance within Dalhousie University, Canada. Between 2005 and 2009, he was an Executive Committee Member in the Space Generation Advisory Council supported by the United Nations Programme on Space Applications. Since 2009, he has been appointed as a Senior Researcher in Environmental Physiology at the Centre for Research and Technology Thessaly. At the latter institution, Dr. Flouris became the founder of FAME Lab, a research facility investigating the functional architecture of mammals in their environment as well as the Manager of Living Lab Thessaly, one of the founding members of the European Network of Living Labs. From 2009 to 2010, he also served as a Research Collaborator at the Lecturer level (P.D. 407/80) at the Department of Exercise Science within the University of Thessaly, Greece and in 2011 he was elected Assistant Professor at this Department. From 2011, he is an Associate Editor for the international scientific journal BMC Research Notes. Since 2012 he is an Adjunct Professor in Environmental Medicine with the School of Human Kinetics, Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Ottawa, Canada. During the last decade, Dr. Flouris has created a successful research program and he has serially applied for and obtained funding to support his research. His innovative and high-impact work has been recognized through distinguished invitations from international organizations [United Nations (2006), World Health Organization (2010)] and governments [Qatar (2009), Romania (2011)] and has been highlighted many times by the media. Since 2010 he is acting as an Expert Evaluator for a number of organizations administering research funding including the European Commission.

Biography Updated on 18 October 2012

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