Dr Sofia Lampropoulou is a qualified clinical and research Neurological Physiotherapist, taken her first degree from Technological Educational Institute of Lamias in Greece (2000). She was further entitled with an MSc in Neurorehabilitation, a Master in Teaching in Higher Education and a PhD in Neurophysiology of Motor Control System, all three undertaken at Brunel University of West London, the UK on 2005, 2007 and 2010, respectively. Dr Lampropoulou has 10 years of clinical experience and 10 years of academic experience, 7 of those as Assistant Professor in higher education in Greece, and currently at the University of Nicosia, in Cyprus.
Whistle in higher education, she has been involved in several research projects, most of those as principal investigator, which lead to continuous and systematic publications, all in scientific peer-reviewed journals, and free paper presentations in conferences over the last years. Organizing seminars, leadership in editorial boards of curriculum/course/module handbooks, consultation sessions with students and members of committees for dissertation assessment are some of her personal academic achievements.
She has also served as a member of the Scientific Society of Conferences, chair in conference sessions and participated as invited speaker to many of those. She is also a member of the Health Professional Council (HPC) of UK, the Physiological Society of UK, the Hellenic Scientific Society of Physiotherapy, the Panhellenic and Pancypriot Scientific Association of Physiotherapists.