I am a medical doctor, graduate of the University of Crete (2003) and a certified Forensic Pathologist (2007). I completed my training in Forensic Pathology at the Department of Forensic Sciences of the University of Crete in 2007 and I spent a 4-month period at the Forensic Pathology Institute of the University of Düsseldorf as a Guest Scientist. In 2007 I was awarded with a Marie Curie Fellowship at the Natural History Museum in Spain, within the framework of EVAN, a European training network with focus on Virtual Anthropology (MRTN-CT-2005-019564). In 2009 I completed my Ph.D at the University of Crete and in January 2010 I was appointed as a Lecturer in Forensic Anthropology in Archaeology (SHCA) of the University of Edinburgh. I have recently been awarded the Certificate of Advanced Studies (CAS) in Medical Imaging and Virtopsy (2017) by the University of Zürich.
I am involved in supervision of doctoral students of other European Universities in forensic related topics:
Medical School, University of Crete
Forensic Institute, University Of Cranfield
I am a board member of the Forensic Anthropology Society Europe (FASE) and a member of the following associations:
Editorial Board of the journal of Mediterrenean Archaeology and Archaeometry (MAA)
External reviewer for the Irish Research Council and the National Science Centre in Poland and Greece.
Peer reviewer for several scientific journals of my field:http://www.reviewerpage.com/ekranioti