Vasiliki holds a degree in Biology from the University of Athens,  MA on Policy Management & International Politics from the University of Peloponnese and she is a PhD Candidate in International Relations with “Stavros Niarchos Foundation scholarship”. She is a journalist, focusing on an array of scientific and technology topics, and she has attended courses, training seminars and workshops with fellowship at European Schools of Science Journalism.

For  the last twenty five years she contributes to Greek and foreign publications both printed and digital with well researched and engaging articles. She is involved in science communication projects in Greek academic faculties, while she is highly organized with skills in promoting scientific information, public speaking, hosting and organizing scientific events and providing communication consulting services to pharmaceutical companies.

For her book on forty top scientists over the world: “The Bright Minds have no Homeland” (Parisianos Publishing SA) she accepted congratulations from the President of the Hellenic Republic, Mr. Prokopis Pavlopoulos. She received the “Greek Science Writer of the Year 2017” award by the Association of British Science Writers (absw) while she was nominated for the “European Science Writer of the Year 2017”. She is a member of the Panhellenic Union of BioScientists, the Association of Journalists of Athens Newspapers and the International Science Writers Association (iswa), as well as the only Greek Boarding member.