Dr. Polyxeni Nicolopoulou-Stamati has organized, implemented and directed (2004-2014) the 2-year Postgraduate Master Program of the Medical School of National and Kapodistrian University of Athens entitled: “Environment and Health: Capacity Building for Decision Making”. Engaged in Research and Medical Practice. Experienced in organizing seminars, intensive courses and congresses, in building medical curricula, in coordinating European projects Expert at the European Commission on Environmental Health, engaged in science policy interface. Consultant in Public and Private Sector Member of the board Health Care Without Harm –Europe. Member of IPPNW since 1983, Nobel Peace Prize Awarded in 1985. Secretary of the Mariolopoulos – Kanaginis Foundation for the Environmental Sciences. Member of the Environmental Effects on Health Center of the Biomedical Research Foundation Academy of Athens.
As a qualified Pathologist working in the University of Athens, engaged in cell morphology, diagnosis and research, she implemented the first confocal laser microscope in Greece and she combined her interest in the environment with the environmental prints on tissue, cells and DNA. She used her experience and knowledge to develop the curriculum of a multidisciplinary Master Course, implemented and successfully running since 2004 in the Medical School of Athens. Furthermore, she has overseen over 10 PhDs and more than 100 Master theses.