About me

I am an archaeological scientist interested in the development and application of chronometric and biomolecular methodologies on archaeological material.

I am Associate Professor in the Department of Evolutionary Anthropology, Faculty of Lise Sciences of the University of Vienna, Austria.

My research involves radiocarbon dating, and have extensive experience in sample collection, development of new protocols for decontaminating archaeological material, and in the statistical interpretation of AMS results using Bayesian modelling.

I am also interested in new biomolecular research fields, such as palaeoproteomics, and in particular ZooMS, to better understand the hominin fossil record and human-animal interactions in the past.

I have lived, studied and worked in the UK, Spain, Egypt and my native Greece. I currently live with my family in Vienna, Austria.