Anastasia Kanioura received her bachelor degree in Chemistry (2012), her master degree in Biochemistry (2014) and her PhD (2019), from the Department of Chemistry, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. Her PhD thesis subject was “Development of a bioanalytical microsystem with nanostructured surfaces for the enrichment and detection of cancer cells” and the experimental part was performed in the Immunoassays/Immunosensors Laboratory of INRASTES, NCSR “Demokritos”. She is co-inventor of a patent entitled «Gaseous Plasma nanotextured substrates for selective enrichment of cancer cells» and co-writer of 5 publications in international peer-reviewed journals. She was an employee in Nanoplasmas PC (TEPA “Lefkippos”, NCSR “Demokritos”) for 10 months. Currently, she is the recipient of Post-Doctoral Fellowship granted by the State Scholarships Foundation. Her research subject is “Differentiation of mesenchymal stem cells onto micro/nanostructured polymeric substrates”. Her research field focuses on cellular biology, construction of micro/nanoctructured polymeric surfaces, molecular techniques and immunoanalysis.