Dr Georgia Tzamalouka holds a MD in Psychology from Paul Valery University III of Montpellier-France (1998), where she specialised in Knowledge Acquisition and Management, and a PhD in Psychology from the Department of Psychology, Panteion University of Athens (2002).
She used to work at the Technological Educational Institute of Athens in the Department of Health Care and Social Unit Administration. Currently, she is teaching in the two Master Degree Programmes “Occupational and Environmental Health-Management and Economic Evaluation” and “Stress Management and Health Promotion” of the Medical School of Athens the courses of Gender and Sex Equality matters, Health policy and strategy in Health promotion, and Sociology of Health and Quality of life. She is also a researcher at the Social Work Department of the TEI of Crete in European and national projects (Rehabil-Aid, Archimedes).
She has participated in many international conferences and given lectures in Greece and in many other countries. She has published 16 original papers in international and European peer-reviewed journals. She has participated in 15 conferences, presenting her research findings of the various projects in which she has been involved. Her work has been cited 8 times in international journals. Her main investigation field is in the area of sexual identity/ies, intersexual relationships, assertiveness at work, high-risk behaviour and methodology in social research.