Food for Thought Network to host free online seminar for Women’s Health Week


Food for Thought Network are holding a free seminar for Women’s Health Week on Sunday September 10 online via Zoom.

The Leading Greek Australian Women’s Network founded by Varvara Athanasiou-Ioannou has bought together four leading experts to discuss pertinent issues relating to Women’s Health in a free panel discussion online.

The panel of speakers will provide evidence based information on women’s health issues such as breast and ovarian cancer, endometriosis, polycystic ovarian syndrome and menopause. 

The panel:

Vasso Apostolopoupos

Vice Chancellors Distinguished Professorial Fellow (Distinguished Professor), world renowned immunology researcher to present on women’s cancers (breast, ovary, cervical).

Magdalena Simonis AM

Medical Doctor, Associate Professor at University of Melbourne, and world renowned Women’s Health expert to present on Endometriosis. 

Lily Stojanovska

Emeritus Professor at Victoria University, lecturer at UAE University, and world renowned researcher to present on menopause. 

Melpomeni Malamouli

Studied pharmacy in Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and currently at the end of her PhD studies at Victoria University, to present on polycystic ovary syndrome.  

Event details:

The ‘Food for Thought’ online seminar will be at 8:00am to 10:00pm on Sunday, September 10 via zoom). Bookings are required to received the Zoom link: Bookings

Read more: Women’s heart health session to be delivered in Greek in Melbourne




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