Victoria Antoniadou

Victoria Antoniadou is PostDoctoral Researcher at the Cyprus Alliance for Rare Disorders (CARD) since January 2019. Her work at CARD focuses on the development of the RARE-e-CONNECT.eu platform for People with Rare Disorders and Healthcare Professionals. 

From 2017 to 2019, she was Educational Scientist at the Thalassaemia International Federation working on the Thal e-Course for patients and families, and the e-ThalED programme for globally dispersed physicians treating thalassaemia. From 2015 to 2017, she worked as medical interpreter/translator in State hospitals for the purposes of St George's Programme of the University of Nicosia Medical School in the departments of psychiatry, paediatrics, internal medicine and surgery. She also worked as Scientific Collaborator at the Open Univerity of Catalonia and the European University of Cyprus teaching and training for knowledge development, skills and technology-mediated instruction in education.

As researcher, Victoria has worked in funded projects on the use and evaluation of educational technologies to document impact and benefit. 

Victoria holds a PhD from the Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, specialising in telecollaboration for learning and professional development. At CARD, Victoria transfers successful, evidence-based pedagogical practices and research skills to the field of rare diseases to help create conditions and tools for specialised knowledge exchange for long-term national improvement in patient support.

She speaks Greek, English, Spanish and French.

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