Final Program

Friday 14 September 2018

10.30-11h00 Registration

11h00-11h30 Opening session

Medical exposure

11h30-12h00 Anastasios Siountas: Ionizing radiation in medical exposure – benefits and/or risks

12h00-12h30 Alexander Georgakilas: Mechanisms of radiation response – The long road from radioresistance to radiosensitivity

12h30-13h00 Antigoni Avramouli, Panagiotis Vlamos: How protein misfolding mechanisms simulation influence therapeutic strategies

13h00-13h30 Elena Vlastou, Panagiotis Spiliopoulos, Adam Kouvelis: Radiation therapy for paediatric cancer

13h00-14h00 Efstathios Efstathopoulos: Radiation dosimetry in paediatric head CT examination

14h00-14h30 Vassilis Kouloulias: Clinical applications of hyperthermia as anticancer treatment

14h30-15h00 Coffee break- eposter session

Natural radiation exposure

In memoriam Prof K. Poulakos, Prof V. Petropoulos, Prof N. Vogglis

15h00-15h30 George Chrousos: Circadian CLOCK-mediated HPA axis and gene-specific regulation of peripheral glucocorticoid receptor transcriptional activity by acetylation

15h30-16h00 Styliani Geronikolou: A Chronome newly recognized: cyclic mortality variation follow solar and geomagnetic patterns

16h00-16h30 Kostas Tsipiras: Geomagnetism and construction: unhealthy buildings

16h30-17h00 Manolis Georgoulis: Solar radiation


Saturday 15 September 2018

Telecommunications

11h00-11h30 Nikolaos Sofikitis: Cell phone effect on male fertility

11h30-12h00 Eleni Petridou, Patricia Gerakopoulou: Non-ionizing radiation and perception of health risks: the behavioral paradox

12h00-12h30  George Drosatos, Olga Tsoumani, Styliani Geronikolou: PhubMit- A new smart intervention for estimating and mitigating the cell phone induced ostracism (phubbing)

12h30-13h00 Martin Roosli: Radiofrequency exposure in the environment: how relevant are transmitters compared to other sources?

13h00-13h30 Mary Redmayne: International policy and advisory response regarding children’s exposure to radio frequency electromagnetic fields (RF-EMF)

13h30-14h00 Martin Roosli: A Prospective cohort study of adolescents’ memory performance and individual brain dose of microwave radiation from wireless communication

14h00-14h30 Theodore Samaras: Meeting the challenges in the assessment of exposure to continuously changing telecommunication systems

 14h30-15h00 Coffee break- e-poster session

15h00-15h30 Michael Kundi: EMF and cancer – The evidence from epidemiology

15h30-16h00 Hans Peter Hutter: EMF and cancer-Public Health implications

16h00-16h30 Christina Kanaka-Gantenbein: RFs and health-A paediatrician point of view

16h30-17h00 Styliani Geronikolou: Mobile phone exposure impact on endocrine axes and autonomic nervous system- results and implicated mechanisms

Extremely Low Frequencies

17h00-17h30 Lucas Christophorou: Possible health effects from electrical transmission lines

17h30-18h00 Igor Belyaev: Key factors to be focused in assessing health risks from low density electromagnetic fields

18.30-18.40 A Manta: Oxidative stress as a possible non-thermal mode of telecommunication signal’s exposure 

18.40-18.50 Katerina Skouroliakou: Dosimetry during exposure to telecommunication signals 

18.50-19.20 Lukas Margaritis: Telecommunication signals affect the function of cells and organisms: 20 years work