Theodora Zachariadou graduated Acropolis High School (Nicosia) in 1988 with the degree “Excellent”. She studied medicine at the Medical School of Patras (Greece) and she graduated in 1994 with the degree “Very Good”. From November 1994 until November 1995. She trained at Nicosia General Hospital as a pre-registration doctor in the clinics of Internal Medicine and Surgery. Theodora Zachariadou registered at the Doctor’s Medical Board of Cyprus on the 14/12/1995. From July 1996 to April 2000, she was an internist in General Medicine at “Ippokrateion Hospital” (Athens) and Nicosia General Hospital (Cyprus). She received the title of “General Practitioner/ Family Physician” on 23/06/2000. She received the PhD title on the 02/04/2008 after completing her dissertation as a PhD student at the Clinic of Social and Family Medicine, in Crete University with the degree “Excellent”. She also received the title of MSc on the 31/07/2011 with the degree “Excellent” (9/10) after completing a 3year postgraduate course on “Health Units’ Management” at the Open University of Cyprus. Since 06/06/2000, Theodora Zachariadou work at the Primary Healthcare setting as a GP. Since 01/08/2012, she is the Chief Medical Officer at Engomi Primary Healthcare center in Nicosia. From 2012-2015, Theodora Zachariadou worked as attached teaching member at the Open University of Cyprus where she was a tutor in the postgraduate course: “Health Units’ Management”. During 2016-2017 Theodora Zachariadou work as a tutor at the Medical School of European University in Nicosia where she teach the lesson of “Healthcare Management and Public Health” in second year medical students. Since 2015 she was the academic coordinator in the discipline of General Practice / Family Medicine for practicing practitioners throughout Cyprus. Since 2014 she is the President of the Cyprus Association of General Practice / Family Medicine. Theodora Zachariadou have 22 publications and 26 conference presentations.
Theodora Zachariadou research interests are Cardiovascular diseases, Diabetes, Osteoporosis, Menopause, Breast and ovarian cancer, Fertility, Menstrual disorders, STDs, Respiratory diseases, Depression and anxiety.