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Biography

I studied Psychology at the Aristotle University, Thessaloniki Greece. Moving to the UK in 2014, I joined King’s College London where I completed the MSc in Mental Health Studies and worked as a Research Assistant for two years in the Department of Psychological Medicine. In 2017, I began a NIHR funded PhD at the Centre of Affective Disorders. My doctoral thesis is exploring the effects of cognitive remediation therapy in people with bipolar disorder and the underlying mechanisms of action. My research interests primarily involve neuropsychology and rehabilitation approaches targeting cognition and functioning in people with severe mental illness.

Research Interests

  • Neuropsychology and cognitive assessment 
  • Cognitive remediation 
  • Association between cognition, functioning, and mood symptoms in  
    bipolar and other affective disorders