Dr Kalliroi Stavrianou
Project Administrator & Post Doc Researcher
Room 229 - 2nd floor - School of Engineering of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL
Orcid ID: 0000-0001-6196-0548
Role: Large Scale Pilot, Open Call
GATEKEEPER is one of the largest funded projects by the H2020 EU Programme.
It's a European Multi Centric Large-Scale Pilot on Smart Living Environments. The main objective is enabling the creation of a platform that connects healthcare providers, businesses, entrepreneurs, and elderly citizens and the communities they live in, in order to originate an open, trust-based arena for matching ideas, technologies, user needs and processes, aimed at ensuring healthier independent lives for the ageing populations.
The scope of GATEKEEPER is the application of advanced Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs) to tackle the challenge of improving the quality of life of citizens while demonstrating its significant efficiency gains in health and care delivery across Europe
The main objective of the Project is to create a GATEKEEPER, that connects healthcare providers, businesses, entrepreneurs, elderly citizens and the communities they live in, in order to originate an open, trust-based arena for matching ideas, technologies, user needs and processes, aimed at ensuring healthier independent lives for the ageing populations.
Kallirroi Stavrianou was born in Athens, she received her Diploma in Physics in 2001, her MSc Degree in Biomedical Engineering in 2003 and her PhD Degree in Biomedical Engineering in 2007, from the University of Patras, Greece. She was a post-doc researcher at the Biomedical Technology Unit (BITU), Laboratory of Medical Physics, University of Patras, Greece, for over a decade. Her scientific interests are Clinical Engineering and Health Technology Assessment and during the last decade she has been working also on Biomedical Equipment Management, Medical Devices Vigilance and Patient Safety. During the last 15 years she has been a member of several Conference organising committees held in Greece, she has been involved in National and European projects and she has more than 15 publications in international peer-reviewed journals and conference proceedings. She has collaborated with the Institute of Biomedical Technology (INBIT) in Patras for many years and gained a lot of experience in Clinical Engineering and Medical Device Management. She is a member of the Hellenic Society for Biomedical Technology (ELEVIT). Currently, she is a Post Doc researcher in the School of Engineering in the University of Warwick (and has served also as a Research Assistant in the past), Journal Manager in the Global Clinical Engineering Journal (https://globalce.org) and has the Secretariat role on the Clinical Engineering Division (CED) (http://www.cedglobal.org/) of IFMBE (International Federation of Medical and Biological Engineering). She is also an active member of the IFMBE Health Technology Assessment (HTA) Division and speaks fluently four languages.