The office of the gynecologist “Triantaphyllidou V. Olga”, is located in Agios Petros in Andros and you can visit her for your examination by appointment every Sunday morning.
Triantaphyllidou Olga MD., MSc., PhD, Obstetrician-Gynecologist. Doctor of the University of Athens specializing in infertility, laparoscopic surgery-hysteroscopy and genetic counseling in gynecological oncology. Member of the European Society of Gynecological Endoscopy (ESGE) and the Hellenic Society of Gynecological Endoscopy (EEGE).
Ms. Triantaphyllidou graduated from the Medical School of the University of Moscow with a grade of “Excellent” (average 9.78). She specialized in Gynecology at the General Hospital of Athens “Laiko” and at the BD Obstetrics-Gynecology Clinic of the University of Athens at “Aretaio”. Since 2006 he has distinguished himself with many speeches and papers in international and Greek conferences and seminars, as well as with publications in Greek and international journals.
In 2013 she graduated from the Postgraduate Program of the University of Athens entitled “Research in female reproduction”. Her dissertation entitled “Histological and epidemiological characteristics of women with breast-ovarian cancer carrying mutations in the BRCA1 / 2 genes” received the grade “Excellent”. In 2014 he underwent a training program in laparoscopic surgery at the University Hospital of Frankfurt under the supervision of Professor Sven Becker. In 2015 he was awarded a Doctorate from the Medical School of the University of Athens with a grade of “Excellent”.
Since 2016 she has been teaching at the Postgraduate Program “Research in Female Reproduction”. Lecture on: “Hereditary breast-ovarian cancer”. Member of the three-member committee of two postgraduate students of the same Postgraduate Program. From 2012 until now he is an associate of the Associate Professor of Obstetrics-Gynecology Mr. Nikos Vlachos and a scientific associate of the “Leto” and “Iasso” Maternity Hospitals. He maintains clinics in Andros and Athens.
Kato Agios Petros, Andros