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Work Experience

Project Leader

Vitens NV

January 2014 - Present

Laboratory project assistant

Vitens NV

January 2012 - January 2014

Database administrator

Cranfield University School of Applied Sciences

February 2008 - April 2008

Trainee Analytical Chemist

Domaine Hatzimichalis

February 2007 - March 2007



Cranfield Health

January 2008 - June 2011


University of Patras Department of Chemistry & Univeristy of Ulster

September 2005 - July 2007

BSc (Chemistry)

University of Patras Department of Chemistry

September 2001 - September 2005

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(2014). Overview of commercially available bioassays for assessing chemical toxicity in aqueous samples.
Varvara Kokkali, Wouter van Delft(2014). Overview of commercially available bioassays for assessing chemical toxicity in aqueous samples . {TrAC} Trends in Analytical Chemistry. 61. p. 133--155. Elsevier {BV}
(2011). Monitoring the Effect of Metal Ions on the Mobility of Artemia salina Nauplii.
(2013). Solid Phase Extraction as a pre-treatment step for enhancing the sensitivity of toxicity biomonitors.
(2013). 3iTOX: A novel approach for monitoring water toxicity.
(2013). Development of a Solid Phase Extraction technique (SPE) for 257 compounds suitable for both online SPE tandem to Q-TOF analysis and also for advanced toxicity bio-monitoring.
(2010). Optimising a screening device for detecting and monitoring water toxicity.
(2007). Fermentative activity of freeze-dried immobilised L.casei cells on raisins.
(2010). Detecting water toxicity using digital image processing.