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Life through a microscope | Vasiliki Kalodimou | TEDxUniversityoftheAegean
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Added Aug 4, 2016
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Η κ. Καλοδήμου στην ομιλία της μας μίλησε για το πώς στα δύσκολα μια ελληνίδα με όραμα και πείσμα κατάφερε να διαπρέψει. Παρα την κρίση και τις δυσκολίες της Ελλάδας, η κα. Καλοδήμου επιμένει να μείνει και να παλέψει για ένα καλύτερο αύριο και για την έρευνα στην Ελλάδα.

Mrs. Kalodimou in her speech talked about how a Greek woman with a vision managed to shine despite the difficulties of our time. Despite the crisis and the difficulties of Greece, Ms. Kalodimou insists to stay and fight for research in Greece and for a better future

Dr. Kalodimou is researching stem cells from the placenta, umbilical cord and adipose tissue, in daily practice and their applications in regenerative medicine and flow cytometry. She is working in the field of human genetics and population genetics, as well as the cellular standards. Her first book, Basic Principles in flow cytometry, was published in 2010 and 2013
English version was published by American Health Organization standards and AABB-AABB Press US. The book is placed as reference material for students of medicine of the University of Stanford in 2014 and is a reference book of India BHARATHIAR University for the Master in molecular medicine. The new book "A Handbook to mesenchymal stem cells in Regenerative Medicine" published last year (2015) from The Biography of included in Marquis Who is Who (World 2014 & 2015 America 2016, Science and Technology 2017)

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