f

Upcoming events

Related documents

SEERC Gender Equality Policy

Click here to download

SEERC Gender Data Report 2022

Click here to download

SEERC Bi Annual Report 2019-2020

Click here to download

pdf

SEERC 15 Years Brochure

Click here to download

SEERC Annual Report 2018

Click here to download

SEERC Annual Report 2017

Click here to download

SEERC Annual Report 2016

Click here to download

Brief Profile of SEERC 2016

Click here to download

SEERC Annual Report 2015

Click here to download

SEERC Bi-annual Report 2013-2014

Click here to download

SEERC Annual Report 2012

Click here to download

SEERC Annual Report 2011

Click here to download

SEERC Annual Report 2010

Click here to download

SEERC Annual Report 2009

Click here to download

SEERC Annual Report 2008

Click here to download

SEERC Annual Report 2007

Click here to download

Share this on

 Nena  Evgeneiadou

Nena Evgeneiadou

Phone: 2310 253477

Master of Science: «Cognitive Neuropsychology», Psychology Department, International Faculty of the University of Sheffield, City College, Thessaloniki. (Awarded MSc Degree with Merit)

Bachelor of Science: «Psychology», Psychology Department, International Faculty of the University of Sheffield, City College, Thessaloniki. (with Class one Honors)

During my Bachelor thesis I had the opportunity to work with multiple sclerosis patients, apply neuropsychological assessment and analyzed their results.

Moreover, took part as a volunteer in the Multiple Sclerosis Greek society around that time (2018-2019) to assist in seminar sessions or advertisements of the Society.

During my high school years in the American Farm School of Thessaloniki (2012-2015), I had the opportunity to work with Theatre team 'En Dynami' (including members without or with disabilities) under multiple environmental tasks while a member of the Environmental Club of the school.

While, in 2011-2012 I used to volunteer the Public Centre for Autistic children 'Anasa' in Serres.

PhD Research

  • PhD Topic: Executive Functions in bilingualism and the role of dopamine activity: a comparison between monolingual and bilingual healthy adults, to monolingual and bilingual Multiple Sclerosis patients

Participation in

We use cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website.
You can disable cookies by modifying the settings in your internet browser’s options.