Dr Irene Vassiliadou is a Senior Researcher (Grade B) in the Mass Spectrometry and Dioxin Analysis Laboratory. She holds a BSc in Chemistry from the University of Athens (1993) and a PhD in Pharmacy from University of Patras, Greece (1999). She was a member of the scientific team the initiated the Laboratory in 2002, which is the National Reference Laboratory of the European Commission for the control of dioxins and dioxin-like compounds in Greece and is accredited according to ISO/IEC 17025 by the National Accreditation Body. She is a member of the Hellenic Mass Spectrometry Society. Her areas of research are the development of analytical methods for the determination of POPs (dioxins and dioxin-like compounds, perfluorinated and polybrominated compounds etc), levels of the above POPs in Greek food products, environment and population (blood and breast milk), human exposure assessment and public health issues related to the above POPs. Her research has been supported by several competitive programs funded by national and EU grants and she has more than 20 publications in international scientific journals.
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