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Stamatina Iliodromiti
Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Unit Lead for Women’s Health and Deputy Lead for the Centre of Public Health and Policy

Matina graduated from Medical School at the University of Athens in Greece in 2005. She then moved to Glasgow to do her training in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Matina has been awarded a PhD from the University of Glasgow, has completed an MSc in Epidemiology from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and an MSc in Medical Education from the Karolinska Institute in Sweden. She was appointed as a Clinical Senior Lecturer at Queen Mary University London in September 2018 and is currently the Acting Lead for the Centre for Women's Health. Her clinical interests include reproductive endocrinology, subfertility, menopause and recurrent miscarriages.

Matina’s main area of interest is reproductive epidemiology and her research overall focuses on women’s health and reproduction. Matina has expertise in advanced statistical methodology, lifecourse epidemiology, data linkage, handling of big data and meta-analysis. She holds a Medical Research Council postdoctoral fellowship, looking at how reproductive indicators are associated or can be predictive of long-term women’s health outcomes (such as cardiovascular disease and diabetes) by using data from well-established cohort studies. With a recently awarded grant from Wellbeing of Women, Matina will investigate how birth weight and other events during pregnancy are associated with long-term maternal and offspring outcomes. She also co-leads the core outcomes in menopause project. Matina is a member of Wellbeing of Women Research Advisory Committee and is involved in various national and international collaborative projects looking at improving women’s lifecourse health.

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