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Eleni is a medical doctor (dr med) specialising in clinical imaging, healthcare informatics and safe care. Her clinical work focuses on musculoskeletal and osteoporosis imaging with expertise in adult and pediatric bone densitometry and vertebral fracture assesment. Eleni is the clinical lead of the DXA services at MFT, a honorary academic clinical fellow at the University of Manchester and an associate lecturer in diagnostic imaging at the University of Derby. 

She is a member of the European Society of Musculoskeletal Radiology Osteoporosis subcommittee and the Royal Osteoporosis Society National Training Accreditation committee. She provides expert consulting for BiobankUK.

Eleni's research work focuses on clinical informatics and safe care. She works as a member of a highly skilled and internationally renowned team with academics and entrepreneurs. Their project involves the development of an artificial intelligence tool and the design of a service to improve the incidental identification of osteoporotic vertebral fractures, the implementation of opportunistic osteoporosis screening and the design of holistic care for people with osteoporosis. She is a member of the Royal Osteoporosis Society Osteoporosis and Bone Research Academy. She is also a member of the IEEE Greece Section Women in Engineering Affinity Group and a full member of the UK Faculty of Clinical Informatics.

Eleni's ongoing research on patient safety and safe care uses institutional ethnography to gain insight into the social organisation of learning and practising safe care in clinical imaging. She is a member of the international community of institutional ethnographers and the institutional ethnography division of the Society for the Study of Social Problems. Eleni is the founder of the international institutional ethnography reading club and study group IE Perspective.

Eleni holds a competitive postgraduate research scholarship from Queen's University Belfast and a competitive FMLM Aspiring National Leadership scholarship from the Royal Osteoporosis Society. 


Clinical imaging, musculoskeletal imaging, osteoporosis
Healthcare informatics, artificial intelligence
Safe care, patient safety
Healthcare services research
Institutional ethnography, creative ethnography

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