Evrydiki "Evi" Chatziandreou

Adjunct Faculty

Phone:
(812) 855-7980
Email:
evridikih@gmail.com
Room Number:
412

Education

  • Dr.P.H., Epidemiology, Health Policy and Management; Harvard School of Public Health, 1988
  • M.P.H., Harvard School of Public Health, 1983
  • M.D, Athens Medical School, 1982

Courses

  • SPEA V450

Biography

Dr. Evrydiki "Evi" Chatziandreou is a healthcare, research, and innovation consultant. A graduate of Athens Medical School, she holds a joint doctoral degree in Health Policy and Management & Epidemiology from the Harvard School of Public Health. She has served as a visiting lecturer at the Department of Health Policy and Management, Harvard School of Public Health, and as Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

Dr. Chatziandreou serves as the scientific advisor at DIKTIO, Network for Reform in Greeceand Europe, a Greek think tank, dealing with European issues and studies which is devoting 2018 in activities and publications focusing in the 4th Industrial Revolution. She is currently preparing a white paper for its impact in health. Furthermore, she is a venture partner at the Big Pi, an EIF-EQUIFUND Venture Capital, for funding Greek start-ups focusing in the bio-digital and the life sciences areas, among others.

She has worked in the United States, England, Sweden, and Greece in the public and private sector and with nonprofit organizations encompassing the spectrum from researcher to manager to policy implementation. Her experience and expertise cover a wide range of areas relating to health, its delivery, finance, prevention and wellness, and communication; i.e., health policies, insurance-provided care and health services administration. It includes managerial and leadership positions in the Ministry of Health (U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) and the U.S. Congress, (Office of Technology Assessment), multinational and Greek companies (ASTRAZENECA, INTERAMERICAN Insurance Co, member of ACHMEA), Greek Social Health Insurance Organization, and RAND Europe as a health program director.

From 2009 to 2012, she served as senior advisor to the Minister of Education with the portfolio of Research, Technology and Innovation; Minister of Development and later to the Minister of Economy for health policy and social issues. Her publications in international journals include studies for the prevention, management and economic evaluation of programs and health services.