people

PER HAMMARLUND

PER HAMMARLUND

AMBITIONS

My ambitions are to manage and develop a team, unit or organization to success.

EXPERIENCE

Jan 2009 – Present
Recycling Manager & Logistics Soderhalls Renhallningsverk AB – SORAB www.sorab.se

SORAB is a regional waste company established in 1978 which is owned by 10 municipalities in northern Stockholm.

SORAB is responsible for processing household waste incl. household bulky waste and hazardous waste and serves about 500 000 inhabitants with a turnover of 265 Mn SEK ≈ 33.4 Mn USD. SORAB help households and businesses dispose of the waste generated in the region in an environmentally sound manner.

For details, please see appendix 1.

April 2005 – Dec 2008
Service Delivery Manager Key Account Ragn-Sells AB www.ragnsells.se

Ragn-Sells is Sweden’s leading company in recycling and the environmental collection. They collect, process and recycle waste and residues from industry, organizations and households throughout Sweden.

 

May 2003 – Mars 2005
Production Manager and Service Delivery Development  Ragn-Sells AB – Industry & Business

Nov 2000 – April 2003
Operation Manager Recycling  Ragn-Sells AB – Industry & Business

1998 – 2001
Part-time Firefighter Sigtuna Marsta Raddningstjanst (local Fire Department)

Jan1998 – Nov 2000
Sanitation Recycling Worker 
Miljoservice AB (Current SUEZ)

June 1997 – Dec 1998
Sanitation Recycling Worker Ragn-Sells AB

Jan 1996 – May 1997
Athletics Teacher City of Stockholm

Aug 1994 – Dec 1996
Bakery Operation Manager Pautrask Livs AB (food retailer)

EDUCATION

1993 – 1994
Athletics and Leadership at Lillsved Gymnastics and sports college

1-year Nordic sports management training

1991 – 1992
Compulsory Military training in the Swedish Armed Forces (10 months)

Swedish Arctic Rangers – Team Commander

K4 Arvidsjaur, Batalion

1987 – 1990
SSHL – International Boarding School

3-year Social Sciences.

1978 – 1996
Elementary School – Sigtuna ST:Per & ST:Olof
9-years

Multiple courses and training classes in Excel/VisualBasic, Psychology, Leadership and other performed during the years 1993 and 2016.

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS

Languages

Swedish – mother tongue

English – good

Very good knowledge and skills in

        • Project planning and management
        • Planning and implementation of strategies and production solutions
        • Coaching/training of employees, contractors, consultants
        • Team development
        • Quotation and sales presentations
        • Budget and profit
        • Create spreadsheets and other templates and tools in Visual Basic
        • Microsoft Office / Outlook, Windows, Excel, PowerPoint etc.
        • Environmental and quality management systems ISO 9001 and 14001
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THEODORA A. TSINTZOU

THEODORA A. TSINTZOU

P H O N E: +3 0 6 9 4 7 8 0 0 9 9 3

E – M A I L: f i o r a _ t s i n t z o u @ y a h o o. g r

EDUCATION

2019 • University College London (UCL), Department of Culture, Communication and Media, London, UK Institute of Education (ranked as the world’s leading University for Education in the 2014 QS World University Rankings), PhD, research on Music Performance Science under the

supervision of Prof. Graham Welch and Evangelos Himonides. Title of the Thesis: The agile mind in music performance: error, memory and improvisation for classical expert pianists.

8/2010 • University of Jyväskylä, Finland, Erasmus Intensive Programme, ISSSM2010, International Jyväskylä, Finland Summer School in Systematic Musicology

10/2010-10/2011 • University of Vienna, Diplomatic Academy of Vienna, MAIS, Postgraduate Certificate in Vienna, Austria International Studies, 1 year full-time MA program

9/2007-8/8/2008 • University of East London, Cass School of Education and Communities, PGCE, Professional London, UK Graduate Certificate in Education in Secondary in Music, 1 year full-time postgraduate studies

9/2006-14/11/2007 • Keele University, Faculty of Natural Sciences, School of Psychology, Master in Science in United Kingdom Psychology of Music, 1 year full-time MSc under the supervision of Prof. John Sloboda

1990-17/6/2005 • Conservatory of Athens, Piano School, Piano Diploma,

Athens, Greece 15 years of studies completed with top grade “Excellent” unanimously 10/10

9/1999-7/12/2004 • National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Faculty of Philosophy, Music Department, Athens, Greece Ptychion in Musicology, 5 years completed with top grade “Excellent” 9.17/10

1996-1999 • General Lyceum of St. Konstantine, Secondary Education completed with Agrinion, Greece top grade “Excellent” 19.2/20

1992-1998 • Conservatory of Modern Art of Agrinion, Certificate in Harmony,

Agrinion, Greece 6 years completed with top grade “Excellent” 10/10, (conferrer Ministry of Culture)

WORKING EXPERIENCE

9/2017, 9/2018 • Executive Representative of BIOPOLITICS INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATION (B.I.O.) at Youth

St. Petersburg, Bios Olympiads and Bios Schools which take place annually in St. Petersburg since 1992. Russia

2017-2018 • BIOPOLITICS INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATION (B.I.O.) – Executive member and coordinator to

Athens, Greece CEO and Founder Professor Agni Vlavianos – Arvanitis

7/2014-10/2014 • National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Organizational Assistant at the 40th

Athens, Greece International Computer Music Conference (ICMC) joint with the 11th Sound & Music Computing conference (SMC), [150 papers, 150 posters, 20 concerts, 220 music works, workshops, 15 installations, music expo, summer school], Partners: National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Onassis Cultural Centre, IEMA (Institute of Research on Music and Acoustics). http://www.icmc14-smc14.net/

7/2014-10/2014 • National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Organizational Assistant at Platonic Rhizomes Athens, Greece in Computer Music conference organized under the project “Plato Academy – Development of Knowledge and Innovative Ideas”, 16 September 2014 at the Outdoor Theatre Archaeological Park of Plato Academy, Athens.

4/2014-7/2014 • IAMIC (International Association of Music Information Centres), Headquarter in Brussels,

Athens, Greece Belgium. In Greece it is located at IEMA, IAMIC Office Coordinator.

4/2014-7/2014 • IEMA (Institute of Research on Music and Acoustics), Cultural Management Athens, Greece

7/2013-9/2013 • CréMusCult project (Créativité / Musique / Culture: analyse et modélisation de la créativité Athens, Crete musicale et de son impact culturel), Research Fellow, Partners: IRCAM (Institut de Recherché Greece et Coordination Acoustique/Musique) Paris, France, University of Strasbourg, France, McGill

University, Canada, University of Jyväskylä, Finland. http://recherche.ircam.fr/equipes/repmus/ayari/ANR/CreMusCult/Partenaires.htm

2010 – 2011 • Freelancer, Private Music Performance and Music Theory Tuitions KS 3-4-5 and adults Vienna, Austria

4/2009 • Tallinn University, Lecturer on music and memory for the postgraduate course on music Tallinn, Estonia psychology

2007-2008 • Dr. Challoner’s Grammar Secondary School, Classroom Music Teacher London, UK

2007-2008 • Willowfield Secondary School, Classroom Music Teacher  London, UK

2005-2006 • Ministry of Education and Religion Affairs, Classroom Music Teacher in four Primary Schools Athens, Greece

2002-2005 • Freelancer, Pianist, Member of 5 professional choirs, concerts, recordings, festivals at the Greece Athens, Greece Odeon of Herodes Atticus (Athens), the National State Opera (Athens), the Athens Concert Hall

2003-2005 • Freelancer, Private Music Performance and Music Theory Tuitions KS1 and KS2 Athens, Greece

8/2004 • Athens Olympic Broadcasting, Athens Olympic Games, Audio Assistant, Velodrome Athens, Greece

 

CONFERENCES

a. Presentation of research papers:

  • Tsintzou Theodora, 2015. The Golden Ratio pursuit: the hunt for Greece’s next day in Education. Greek Economic Forum, “Modern Greece”, Harvard University, USA.

  • Tsintzou Theodora, 2010. Music memory and music analysis: a conscious or an unconscious association? Empirical Musicology II: Empirical Approaches to Performance, 25-26 March 2010, School of Music, University of Leeds.

  • Tsintzou Theodora, 2009. Gifted and Talented Students’ underachievement. The 3rd international conference EEMAPE2009, Athens, Greece. Proceedings.

  • Tsintzou Theodora, 2009. Teachers’ perceptions about gifted and talented students, and these students’ arrogant behavior as a cause of underachievement. The 2nd international conference CFME09, Tallinn, Estonia. Proceedings.

  • Tsintzou Theodora, 2008. The memorization strategies of atonal music. The 4th Conference on Interdisciplinary Musicology, CIM08, Thessaloniki, Greece. Proceedings.

b. Organization and/or Attendance:

  • 40th International Computer Music Conference (ICMC) joint with the 11th Sound & Music Computing conference (SMC), “Music Technology meets Philosophy: From Digital Echos to Virtual Ethos”, 14th to 20th September 2014, Onassis Cultural Centre, Odeon Cinemas, Athens, Greece organised by the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, the Onassis Cultural Centre and the IEMA (Institute of Research on Music and Acoustics)
  • Platonic Rhizomes in Computer Music conference organized under the project “Plato Academy – Development of Knowledge and Innovative Ideas”, 16 September 2014 at the Outdoor Theatre, Archaeological Park of Plato Academy, Athens, Greece organised by the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
  • The London Conference on Cultural Bridges 2013, “State Multiculturalism: An Interdisciplinary Analysis of Political, Economic & Cultural Dimensions”, 20th to 22th of March 2013, House of Lords, London, organised by the Institute of Cultural Diplomacy

  • 4th Sound and Music Computing Conference, SMC’07, 11th to 13th of July 2007, Lefkada, Greece, organised by the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens and the Ionian University
  • CFP, First International Conference of the American Society of Byzantine Music and Hymnology, Greece, 17 May 2007 International symposium Iannis Xenakis, Athens, 18th to 20th of May 2005 organised by the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
  • 2nd International Musicological – Psaltic Congress, “Theoria and Praxis of the Psaltic Art. The genres and categories of Byzantine melopoea”, 15th to 19th of October 2003, Athens organized by the Holy Synod of the Church of Greece and the Institute of Byzantine Musicology

LANGUAGES

  • GREEK: Mother Tongue
  • ENGLISH: Proficient (C2)
  • FRENCH: Very good knowledge (B2)
  • GERMAN: Good knowledge (B1)
  • ITALIAN: Good knowledge (B1)

SCHOLARSHIPS – AWARDS

  • ALEXANDROS ONASSIS scholarship for the completion of the PhD in London (2014-2016)
  • MARIA KASSIMATI scholarship for the postgraduate studies (2006-2010)
  • LILIAN VOUDOURI scholarship for the postgraduate studies (2006-2007), (awarded, not granted)
  • THE HUGH LEECH TRAVEL AWARD for conducting the master thesis project in Germany – Leipzig (2007)
  • IKY award for the excellent performance during the undergraduate studies (2000)

CONTACT REFERENCES

  • Professor Graham Welch, Faculty of Children and Learning, Department of Arts and Humanities, University College London, Institute of Education. E-mail: G.Welch@ioe.ac.uk, Tel: 020 7612 6503
  • Dr Evangelos Himonides, Faculty of Children and Learning, Department of Arts and Humanities, University College London, Institute of Education. E-mail: E.Himonides@ioe.ac.uk. Tel: 020 7612 659
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Ioannis Bertsos

Ioannis Bertsos is actively involved in research for new building materials through a special group of south-eastern European small construction companies with an interest in cutting-edge technologies supporting sustainability in NZEB/NZEC developments. He is an expert project manager who has mastered the skills of project management in construction.

Mr. Bertsos leads a group of international architects and engineers doing different work within areas like commercial, institutional, industrial, and civil construction.

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MARY MAROULI – ZILEMENOU

Prof.  MARY MAROULI – ZILEMENOU Ph.D.

Comparative politics

4 Lampsakou Str. Athens 115 28

tel. +30 210 7712 971, +30 210 3626 316

e-mail: capocent@otenet.gr * capodistrias.center@gmail.com

Born in Greece, Agios Petros ,Arcadia Peloponnesse

STUDIES

  • D degree (excellent ) Panteion University of Political & Social Sciences, Athens (1984)
  • Post graduate studies in Comparative Law, Strasbourg University (1983)
  • Post Graduated studies, in the International Law and Foreign Affairs Institute, Aristoteliοn University, Thessaloniki. (1982)
  • MBA on Economics and Business Administration, Economic Univ of Athens. (1980)
–       Degree of Political & Economic Science, University of Athens (1979)
–       Degree of Political Sciences and Public Administration at Panteion University, Athens.(1978)
  • Participated in ΝΑTO seminars in Brussels in the years 1979, 1980, 1981
  • She worked at “Panteion” university of Political & Social Sciences in Athens, for 35 years, teaching
  • Constitutional history of modern Greece
  • Parliamentary law
  • Comparative political Systems
  • Human Rights in the European Union

 She is visitor professor from 2012 at universities of abroad (EU and USA)

 HONORS/ PARTICIPATIONS

  • Elected Member in the Euro-Mediterranean Academy of Arts and Sciences,A.A.S Georgia, (2010)
  • Honored (3 times) with the “Paul Harris Fellow” by  Rotary International (2010, 2014 and 2018)
  • Honored by the Russian Embassy in Athens withThe Medal of the Russian Federation for the friendship among people’s” (2004)
  • Honored from the  Rhode Island Senate and Providence Plantations  (2002)  for her contribution to culture and the collaboration between the two countries (Greece and USA)
  • Honored by the Hellenic Red Cross with the Red Cross Medal for her services (1976 & 1979)

PARTICIPATIONS

  • European Studies & Humanities’ Organization‘ Ioannis KapodistriasNGO

President (1997-2018)

Hellenic National Council of Clubs and Centers for UNESCO, President (2004-2018 )

  • UNESCO Club of Argolis, President (1999-2018)
  • International Organization “Cultural Horizons, NGO, Vice President (2004-2018)
  • Athens Cultural Center for UNESCO, Member of the Board of Directors (2010-2018)
  • Rotary Club Athens –Lycabetus, President (2012-2013 and 2014-2015)
  • Assistant Governor of Rotary International, Hellenic Section 2470 ( 2017-2018)

PUBLICATIONS

She has published 6 books as follow:

  • Constitutional History of the Baltic States (1993-2003 ) A. Sakoulas, Athens 2010
  • The political role of the President of the Republic in Greece and Francea comparative analysis, Athens, 2006
  • The institution of the Senate through its constitutional regulations from antiquity to the present day” Decentralization of Local Governments and Regional Development” Review no19, Athens 2003
  • Music in the Aristotelian system in the ancient Greek City-State, Panteion University Editions, 2000
  • The service  of the President of the Republic. ed. Papazisis, Athens 1997
  • The Baltic States. Institutional aspects during the interwar period. A. Sakoulas, Athens 1991

Also, a great number of her presentations to various conferences organized from universities and Institutions in Greece and abroad, have been published.

AS  EDITOR
–          The end of the 2nd World War and the role of Greece and Russia, ed. Center for European Studies, Athens 2011
  • Greek –Russian relations in the 21st century, ed Center for European Studies, Athens 2009
  • Energy Security in the 21st century, Center for European Studies & Humanities Organization, Athens 2008
  • 175 years of Greek-Russian Diplomatic Relations” ed. I Sideris, Athens 2008
  • Energy –Security in Europe Center for European Studies & Humanities Organization, Athens 2007
  • The return of the Parthenon Sculptures within the context of the European Union
  1. I. Sideris, Athens 2004

ORGANIZED INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES

 Among them

  • Environment and Sustainable Development, Halkida, Greece 2018
  • The child and his rights: reflections & proposals, Athens 2018
  • The future of Europe, Athens 2017
  • May 9th , the Day of Europe, Athens 2017
  • Refugee and Migration- Limit for the modern world, Athens 2016
–          The 4thHellenic –Russian Forum, Athens 2016
–          The 3rd Hellenic –Russian Forum, Athens 2013
–          The 2nd Hellenic –Russian Forum, St Petersburg, Russia 2009
–          The 1st Hellenic –Russian Forum, Athens 2008
  • 2nd Energy Security in Europe in the 21st century, Athens 2007
  • 1st Energy Security in Europe and the role of Russia, Athens 2006
3rd International Conference for the Hellenic civilization “The proliferation of the Hellenic civilization by the sea. The Aegean sea and the cities of Ionia, Chios Island Greece 2004
  • 2nd International Conference for the Hellenic civilization “The proliferation of the Hellenic Civilization by the Sea and the colonies in Magna Grecia, Lecce, Italy 2000
  • 1st International Conference for the Hellenic civilization “The proliferation of the Hellenic Civilization by the Sea and the colonies in the Mediterranean Sea ” Corfu, September 1998
  • 185 years of Greek-Russian Relations, Athens, May 2012
  • 180 years of Greek-Russian Relations, Athens, May 2007
  • 175 years of Greek-Russian Relations, Athens, May 2003
  • 1st International Conference concerning the return of the Parthenon Marbles.

Athens, May 2000.

OTHER ACTIVITIES

Organizes the one month summer Courses concerning the Mycenaean Civilization, for students from abroad.  Mycenae, Peloponnese 2001 – 2016

LANGUAGES

English:    fluently (Proficiency, Cc)

French:     fluently

Greek:      mother tongue

Italian.     sufficiently

MEMBER of

  • The Hellenic Red Cross
  • The Society for Linguistic Heritage
  • The Archaeological Museum of Piraeus
  • The Organization for the Internationalization of the Greek Language
  • The AHEPA chapter in Greece for women “Daughters of Penelope

OTHER Studies

  • Studied Piano and get her Diploma from the Hellenic Conservatory of Athens, 1982
  • Studied Painting at Spyros Vasiliou School of Art, Athens (1969-1973)
  • Computer: excellent knowledge (Microsoft word, Excel, PowerPoint, Internet…)

HOBBIES

  • driving
  • traveling
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Victor Chang

Victor has been working with Sustainability and Environmental technology since 2004. While at Kot Consulting he worked with transnational trade within the Recycled plastics Industry. Since then he has spent 14 years networking in Sweden, California, Texas and various places in Japan. With his network of Professors and developers, Victor has been directly instructed by the relevant professional within Water Treatment, Ship Recycling, Metal Recycling and Sustainable Hydrogen production. This mix of experts and technologies exist in a very collaborative atmosphere around Victor daily.

During the last year Victor has been awarded new Senior positions in different diplomatic organizations such as Hellenic National Council of Clubs and Centers for UNESCO in Athens Greece. His mission is to create Trans- European partnerships within Sustainable Technology projects, while strengthening Culture and Food exchange on our continent.

During the last 10 years Victor has also held many Operational positions within the Food Tech Industry both in Sweden, North and South America as well as within the EU. With more than 40 different organic food products under his belt, he continues to find more products that will strengthen agricultural ties within Europe. Since 2016 he has been the Director of Quality Assurance at Ecoliving and Greensmile which has its headquarters just outside Stockholm in tranquil Salem.

Victor lives on a farm with his family in the Northern part of Stockholms län.

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Panagiotis Tripontikas

Panagiotis Tripontikas, born in Athens on 18 March 1972, comes from Velanidia Voion Lakonias (Municipality of Monemvasia).
HELLENIC NAVY
He is Commander in Hellenic Navy. He graduated from the Hellenic Navy Academy in 1995 and since then he has served in several units of the Hellenic Fleet.
From September 1996 to June 1998 he was stationed as Navigational Officer on gunboat HS KARTERIA.
From September 1998 to July 1999 he participated in the national Antisubmarine Warfare Course.
From July 1999 to June 2001 he was stationed as the Executive Officer of the minesweeper HS KLIO.
From June 2001 to August 2003 he served as Navigational Officer of minehunter HS EVROPI.
From August 2003 to June 2005 he was stationed as Executive Officer of gunboat HS ORMI.
On December 2005 he graduated from the National Staff Officer Course and from December of 2005 until July 2008 he was stationed in Hellenic Navy Petty Officers school.
From November 2001 until December 2002 he successfully attended the Advanced Minewarfare Course of NATO (AMWC-N) at NATO Minewarfare School in Eguermin, Belgium.
From January and February 2005 he attended the drugs training workshop at the Hellenic Police Headquarters.
In June 2008 he graduated from Minewarfare Staff Officer Course of NATO (MSOC-N) in NATO Minewarfare Course in Eguermin, Belgium. From then until January of 2010 he was stationed as staff of the Hellenic Fleet Command.
From January 2010 until August 2010 he was assigned as Assistant Staff Officer in Standing NATO Mine Countermeasures Group 2 (SNMCMG-2).
From August 2010 until August 2011 he was stationed to COMHELMINE.
At 2010 he was promoted to Lieutenant Commander.
From August 2011 until August 2012 he was assigned as Commanding Officer of minehunter HS KALIPSO (OSPREY class).
From August 2012 until July 2013 he successfully attended the Supreme Joint War College
From July 2013 until May 2015 he was assigned as Director of the Floating Naval Museums Battleship “AVEROF” and HS VELOS. As Director, under the guidance of the Hellenic Navy General Staff he organized many high caliber arts and cultural events (events in collaboration
with the Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra of Athens, the August full moon 2014 event, an event which was part of the European Day Music festival, exhibitions displaying historical maps from the Hellenic Navy Hydrographic Service( HNHS) and famous paintings of the Athens School of Fine Arts, signing of an MoU with the Athens School of Fine Arts ( ASFA ), the Foundation of the Hellenic World and the Aikaterini Laskarides Foundation). Under the leadership of Panagiotis Tripontikas the number of visitors to the Floating Naval Museums reached a record high.
He has published the following books
1. “One Day onboard Battleship AVEROF” an educational booklet for children up to 9 ISBN:978-960-88509-1-0
2. “The Battleship AVEROF and the journey back in time” an educational booklet for children 9-12 years ISBN:978-960-88509-2-7 and finally
3. “1900 : The Adventures of Pavlos Kountouriotis during the first transatlantic voyage onboard masted cruiser “NAVARCHOS MIAOULIS” ISBN:978-960-88509-3-4 (http://www.1900thebook.com)
4. THE WRECKS IN THE GREEK SEAS 1830-1951 – THE UNDERWATER HERITTAGE OF  Navy’s Stakeholding  Fund and  Mariners’ Pension Fund (www.seathewrecks.com)
From May 2015 until August 2017 was the Head of Research Department of the Navy Command and Staff College of the Hellenic Navy.
At 2016 he was promoted to  Commander.
From September 2017 until the present day he is the DIRECTOR OF LOGISTICS, EMERGENCY PLANNING & ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION OF Hellenic Fleet Command.
He has received medals and distinctions commensurate with his rank.
He has successfully completed the diving training in Underwater Demolition Command and has also a two star diving certificate (CMAS).
ENVIRONMENT, CULTURE AND CREATIVITY-VOLUNTEER WORK
 
Panagiotis was elected President of the Velanidiotes Society Myrtidiotissa for a period of 6 years.
Under his Presidency the Society was very active and worked closely with universities, cultural foundations, N.G.Os, local government and other bodies. He succeeded in having the Lighthouse of Cape Malea and the German Naval Observatory placed on the list of designated historical and listed monuments. An international Symposium entitled “From the Homeric to the Modern Landscape” was held in Monemvasia on April 30 and May 1 2011. It was jointly organized by the Velanidiotes Society, the Centre for Spartan and Peloponnesian Studies (University of Nottingham, and the Municipality of Monemvasia in collaboration with the Mediterranean Institute for Nature and Anthropos (Med-ina). The symposium was placed under the auspices of the region of the Peloponnese and focused on the preservation of the natural and cultural landscape of Cape Malea Peninsula.
Panagiotis is cognizant of the fact that environment, cultural and underwater heritage management is quite a challenge. In order to achieve results relatively quickly, you need to try hard, stay focused and love what you are doing.
He is married to Irakleia Schoina and they have one child named John.
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Manos Karavalakis

 Manos Karavalakis
M.D Radiation Oncologist

Has studied Medicine in Iasi, Romania, he continued his studies for eight years in Tampere as Researcher at Medical Institute of Technology. At the same period he made the specialization in internal medicine. Then from 2010 he worked for four years in New York hospitals and he continued the specialization in Radiation Oncology in Greece in Athens

Post graduate studies from 2017-2018 on the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health at National School of Public Health, Athens

Post graduate studies from 2017-2018, Management of Financial Units (IOM)”, directed to “Economy and Management of Health Services. Department of Economics, of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.

He is also a member in various cultural associations and his vision is to support innovation in the areas of economic development, education, healthcare, human rights, arts and urban development.

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