Degree: PhD
Year: 2004
Institution: University of Ioannina School of Medicine
Discipline: Epidemiology

Degree: MD
Year: 2000
Institution: University of Ioannina School of Medicine
Discipline: Medicine

Evangelia Ntzani

Department of Medicine

Contact Information

Tel.: +30-26510 07605
e-mail: Personal/Dept/Lab URL/:

Research topics (related to the Institute)

  1. Genetic Epidemiology of Complex Traits
  2. Evidence Synthesis
  3. Environmental Epidemiology
  4. Clinical Epidemiology

Research summary

  • Dr. Ntzani serves as the coordinator of a consortium-based meta-analysis of genome-wide association studies on fracture risk (50,000 individual participants) and as the institutional coordinator and task force leader for another consortium assessing credit-based population interventions for the modification of health-related behaviors. She is main author to the two largest systematic appraisals of epidemiological evidence on pesticide use and human health incorporating evidence on more than 5,000,000 participants

Professional background

2016 - presentAssociate Professor and Head, Department of Hygiene and Epidemiology University of Ioannina School of Medicine, Greece
2014 - presentAdjunct Associate Professor of Health Services, Policy and Practice, Department of Health Services, Policy and Practice, School of Public Health, Brown University
2009 - presentBoard-certified pediatrician, Greece
2019 - presentMember, Epidemiological Studies WG, BPA WG, BFR WG, EFSA
2017 - presentChair, Working Group on Pesticide Toxicity Assessment, Science Advice for Policy by European Academies (SAPEA) & European Scientific Advice Mechanism (SAM), EC.
2018 - presentMember, CONTAM Panel, European Food Safety Authority
2017Member, Sounding Board on the Environmental Impact of Plant Protection Products (Chair: Sir Paul Nurse)
2008 - presentMember: International Osteoporosis Foundation, Child Health Field, Cochrane Collaboration; Bias Methods Group; The European Network of Centres for Pharmacoepidemiology and Pharmacovigilance, (ENCePP); Public Population Project in Genomics & Society (P3G)