Dr Andria Hadjipanteli is a post-doctoral researcher at Medical School, University of Cyprus and a visiting lecturer of Physics at European University, Cyprus. She received her BSc in Physics with a first class from the University of Nottingham, UK. She completed her PhD studies in Medical Physics and Bionengineering at University College London in 2013, for which she was awarded an enhanced doctoral training scholarship by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC). Her PhD work was focused on the development of a computed-tomography technique for the assessment of the Calcium/Phosphorus ratio in bone. Since the completion of her PhD, she has worked as a post-doctoral research fellow at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School (Boston, USA), as a research physicist at the National Coordinating Centre for the Physics of Mammography (NCCPM, UK) and completed her specialist clinical training as a qualified medical physicist in Diagnostic Radiology and Radiation Protection at the National Health Service (NHS), in London (Health and Care Professions Council, UK). She is a member of the Association of Medical Physicists in Cyprus and the Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine (IPEM, UK). Her research work covers the development and evaluation of dual and multiple energy analysis algorithms for bone diseases, cancer diagnosis and treatment, and the optimization and evaluation of imaging techniques for breast cancer diagnosis. Her research accomplishments include a considerable number of publications presented in journals, international conferences and book chapters. Her work has been critically acclaimed, with a nomination for the Martin Black award for the best paper published in the Institute of Physics journal, Physiological Measurement.
- Position: Cancer
- Affiliation: University of Cyprus (MED)
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