Konstantina Grigoriou holds a bachelor in chemistry from the University of Ioannina (2012) and a master’s degree in environmental chemistry and technology from the University of Athens (2014). She is a PhD candidate in the Dpt. of Chemistry, University of Athens. The objective of her PhD is the “Risk assessment of the exposure of the general population to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) through the determination of their concentration in various foods, by optimized GC- MS/MS technique”. Since 2014, she works as a scientific collaborator in the Mass Spectrometry and Dioxin Analysis Laboratory of the National Center for Scientific Research “Demokritos” and has involved in various national and European research programs. Her research interests focus on the development and implementation of analytical methods for the determination of persistent organic pollutants in food, feed, blood and environmental matrices, for human biomonitoring and exposure assessment purposes.
Scientific and technical support to the General Secretariat for Natural Environment in cases of environmental burden, treatment following incidents, disfunction of critical infrastructures and for compliance with EU regulation requirements on the monitoring of hydrocarnons concentration levels in th...
Assessment of environmental factors and epidemiological study in the area of western Attica
Health and Environment - wide Associations based on Large Population Surveys
Monitoring and risk assessment of POPs pollution in the Asopos river basin
Bioactive food components, mitochondrial function and health