Melanthia (Melina) Stavroulaki

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Personal InformationMelanthia (Melina) Stavroulaki
Research fellow
Molecular Biology, Genomics

HCMR Thalassocosmos 71500 Gournes, Crete, Greece

2810337719

mstavroulaki@hcmr.gr

Field & DegreeGenetics, PhD
SectionBiodiversity & Genetics
LocationMain Building
Office15
Secondary E-mailmelina.stavroulaki@gmail.com
Mobile Number6984460514
Gender Female | Date of birth 1978/08/01
Scientific impact
Publication recordNo of Projects
H-index (scopus): 1
Articles: 3
Citations-total: 13Project member: 4
Citations-nonself: 13
Education & training
Year (completed) Degree, Department, University, Town (optional), Country
2007PhD Medicine, School of Medicine, University of Crete, Greece
2002MSc Medical Genetics, School of Medicine, University of Glasgow, UK
2001BSc Genetics, Faculty of Biological Sciences, University of Leeds, UK
Work Experience
Year (start) Position – Organization, Town (optional), Country
2003PhD, UOC, School of Medicine, Crete, GR
2008Molecular Lab Technitian, DNA Analysis, Heraklion, Crete, Greece
2009Molecular Lab Manager, ZHN Gene Inverstigation Centre, Volos, Magnesia, Greece
2015PostDoc, IMBBC-HCMR, Crete, Greece
Personal skills
Mother tongue(s)Greek
Other language(s)
Language Basic/Intermediate/Proficient
EnglishProficient
GermanBasic
Computer skills Excellent
Conferences-Symposia

Genomics Standard Consortium 18 - GSC18 (Local Host/Coordinator) Coordinating Metadata Standards and “putting the standards into action”; HCMR, Heraklion 2016, Crete, Greece

HBio 2016 (Poster): Report of the 18th Genomics Standards Cossortium and the Crete Island Sampling Day 2016. Evangelos Pafilis, ,Melanthia Stavroulaki, Dimitris Tsaparis, Iraklis Vretzakis, Georgios Kotoulas, Antonios Magoulas, Lynn Schriml and the Genomics Standards Consortium Board, the 18th GSC participants, the Crete Island Sampling Day participants; 2016 (CERTH), Thessalonica, Greece.

EUROMARINE APPRISE Workshop: Anticipating Potential Pathways and Routes for Innovation towards desirable Socio-Economic impacts (focus on macro algae) - How do we build a competitive, sustainable and responsible European macro algae industry”,  Station Biologique Roscoff, Brittany, France,  6–7/09/ 2018

European Commission Workshop: "Marine genetic resources in areas beyond national jurisdiction: bridging policy, law, science and research and development", Martin’s Hotel, Brussels, Belgium, 21-22/05/2019

Organization of conferences & symposia

Genomics Standard Consortium 18 - GSC18 (Local Host/Coordinator)

Coordinating Metadata Standards and “putting the standards into action”; HCMR, Heraklion 2016, Crete, Greece

 

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