Healthcare Professionals Directory – Cyprus

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Violeta Christophidou Anastasiadou, MD
Clinical Geneticist

Karaiskakio Foundation
Nicandrou Papamina Avenue, 15, Strovolos
Nicosia, Cyprus 2032
https://karaiskakio.org.cy/
+357 22 772700
violetta.anastasiadou@cytanet.com.cy

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Violetta Christophidou Anastasiadou completed her medical studies at Athens National and
Kapodistrian School of Medicine. She obtained her specialty in Pediatrics at P. & Aglaia Kyriakou
Hospital and continued specializing in Medical Genetics at Athens and at John’s Hopkins University
in Baltimore USA. She is the founder and frst lead of the Clinical Genetics Clinic in Cyprus, which
currently ofers services at the Archbishop Makarios III Hospital in Nicosia and the Cyprus Institute
of Neurology and Genetics. She has been a lecturer at the European Genetics Foundation in Italy
and currently she is an associate professor at the CSMM. She has been active in the feld of Rare
Diseases for the last 27 years both locally and internationally. She has represented Cyprus in various
European Committees as an expert in rare genetic conditions and for the establishment of the
European Reference Networks. She has been training internists in pediatrics, as well as students
of the Cyprus University Medical School and other local universities. Her research interests and
publications address the epidemiology of various rare genetic conditions in Cyprus.

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