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LIST of PUBLICATIONS and CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

[Bibliometrics: Citations 10.816 & H-Factor 50; for updated information see Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=F1OsDfoAAAAJ&hl=en]

[A] Articles in refereed international journals  

119. Ignea, C, et al., “Overcoming the plasticity of plant specialized metabolism for selective diterpene production in yeast“, Scientific Reports 7(8855); DOI: 10.1038/s41598-017-09592-5, 2017.

118. Giorgis-Allemand, L., et al., The Influence of Meteorological Factors and Atmospheric Pollutants on the Risk of Preterm Birth, AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY 185(4), 247-258, DOI: 10.1093/aje/kww141. 2017

117. Pavlidi, N., et al., “A glutathione-S-transferase (TuGSTd05) associated with acaricide resistance in Tetranychus urticae directly metabolizes the complex II inhibitor cyflumetofen”, INSECT BIOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY 80, 101-115, DOI: 10.1016/j.ibmb.2016.12.003, 2017.

116. K. de Hoogh, et al., “Development of West-European PM2.5 and NO2 land use regression models incorporating satellite-derived and chemical transport modelling data”, Environmental Research 151, 1, 2016.

115. S. W. Krasner, et al., “Occurrence of DBPs in Drinking Water of European Regions for Epidemiology Studies”, Journal-American Water Works Association 108 (10), 2016 (in press)


114. M. Kogevinas, et al. “Drinking water disinfection byproducts, genetic polymorphisms, and birth outcomes in a European mother-child cohort study”, Epidemiology, 2016 (in press)


113. M. Vafeiadi, et al. “Association of early life exposure to bisphenol A with obesity and cardiometabolic traits in childhood”, Environmental Research 146, 379–387; doi:10.1016/j.envres.2016.01.017, 2016.


112. P. Georgiadis, et al. “Omics for prediction of environmental health effects: Blood leukocyte-based cross-omic profiling reliably predicts diseases associated with tobacco smoking”, Scientific Reports 6(20544), doi:10.1038/srep20544, 2016. 

111. A. Myridakis, et al., “Exposure of Preschool-Age Greek Children (RHEA Cohort) to Bisphenol A, Parabens, Phthalates, and Organophosphates”, Environ. Sci. Technol. 50(2), 932–941, DOI: 10.1021/acs.est.5b03736, 2016.


110. T. Tziaras, et al. “Investigating the Occurrence and Environmental Significance of Methylated Arsenic Species in Atmospheric Particles by Overcoming Analytical Method Limitations”, Environ. Sci. Technol. 49(19), 11640, DOI: 10.1021/acs.est.5b02328, 2015.

109. M.Y.Tsai, et al. “Spatial variation of PM elemental composition between and within 20 European study areas—Results of the ESCAPE project”, Environment international 84, 181-192, 2015.


108. M. Riga, et al. “Functional characterization of the Tetranychus urticae CYP392A11, a cytochrome P450 that hydroxylates the METI acaricides cyenopyrafen and fenpyroximate”, Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 65, 99, 2015.

107. R. Nauen, et al. “Development of a lateral flow test to detect metabolic resistance in Bemisia tabaci mediated by CYP6CM1, a cytochrome P450 with broad spectrum catalytic efficiency”, Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology 121, 3–11, doi:10.1016/j.pestbp.2014.12.023, 2015.


106. A. Myridakis, et al. “Phthalate esters, parabens and bisphenol-A exposure among mothers and their children in Greece (Rhea cohort)”, Environment International 83, 1, doi:10.1016/j.envint.2015.05.014, 2015.

105. C. O'Callaghan-Gordoa, et al. “Outdoor air pollution exposures and micronuclei frequencies in lymphocytes from pregnant women and newborns in Crete, Greece (Rhea cohort)”, Environmental Research 143, Part A, 170, 2015.


104. Myridakis, A., et al. “Determination and separation of bisphenol A, phthalate metabolites and structural isomers of parabens in human urine with conventional high-pressure liquid chromatography combined with electrospray ionisation tandem mass spectrometry”, Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 407 (9), 2509, doi:10.1007/s00216-015-8497-5, 2015.


103. Charisiadis P., et al. “Spatial and seasonal variability of tap water disinfection by-products within distribution pipe networks”, Science of the Total Environment 506- 507, 26, 2015.


102. Vardavas, C.I. et al. “Secondhand smoke exposure within semi-open air cafes and tobacco specific 4-(methylnitrosamino)-1-(3-pyridyl)-1-butanol (NNAL) concentrations among non-smoking employees”, International Journal of Occupational Medicine & Environmental Health 27(5), 875, 2014.


101. Guxens M., et al. “Air pollution during pregnancy and childhood cognitive and psychomotor development: Six European birth cohorts”, Epidemiology 25 (5), 636, 2014.


100. Riga, M.; et al. “Abamectin is metabolized by CYP392A16, a cytochrome P450 associated with high levels of acaricide resistance in Tetranychus urticae”, INSECT BIOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY 46, 43, 2014.


99. Charisiadis P., et al. “Household cleaning activities as non-ingestion exposure determinants of urinary trihalomethanes”, Environ. Sci. Technol. 48 (1), 770, 2014.

98. Pedersen M., et al. “Ambient Air Pollution and Low Birth Weight: A European Cohort Study (ESCAPE)”, The Lancet- Respiratory Medicine 1(9), 695, 2013.

97. Stayner L., et al. “Exposure to Brominated Trihalomethanes in Water During Pregnancy and Micronuclei Frequency in Maternal and Cord Blood Lymphocytes”, Environmental Health Perspectives, 11; DOI:10.1289/ehp.1206434, 2013.


96. Goslan E.H., et al. “Disinfection by-product occurrence in selected European waters”, Journal of Water Supply: Research and Technology—AQUA, doi:10.2166/aqua.2013.017, 2013.

95. Karageorgou E., et al. “Multiresidue LC–MS/MS analysis of cephalosporins and quinolones in milk following ultrasound‐assisted matrix solid‐phase dispersive extraction combined with the quick, easy, cheap, effective, rugged, and safe methodology”, Journal of Separation Science 36, 2020-2027, 2013.

94. Wang M., et al. “Evaluation of Land Use Regression Models for NO2 and Particulate Matter in 20 European Study Areas: The ESCAPE Project”, Environ. Sci. Technol. 47 (9), 4357–4364, 2013.


93. R. Beelen, et al. “Development of NO2 and NOx land use regression models for estimating air pollution exposure in 36 study areas in Europe – The ESCAPE project”, Atmospheric Environment 72, 10-23, 2013.


92. Marloes E., et al. "Development of land use regression models for PM2.5, PM2.5 absorbance, PM10 and PMcoarse in 20 European study areas; results of the ESCAPE project", Environ. Sci. Technol. 46(20), 11195-11205, 2012.


91. Eeftens M., et al. “Variation of PM2.5, PM10, PM2.5 absorbance and PMcoarse concentrations between and within 20 European study areas - results of the ESCAPE project”, Atmospheric Environment 62, 303-317, 2012.


90. Cyrys J., et al. “Variation of NO2 and NOx concentrations between and within 36 European study areas: results from the ESCAPE study”, Atmospheric Environment 62, 374-390, 2012.


89. Decesari S., et al. “Primary and secondary marine organic aerosols over the North Atlantic Ocean during the MAP experiment”, J. Geophys. Res. 116, D22210, doi:10.1029/2011JD016204, 2011.


88. Klanova J,, et al. “Identifying the Research and Infrastructure Needs for the Global Assessment of Hazardous Chemicals Ten Years after Establishing the Stockholm Convention”, Environ. Sci. Technol. 45(18), 7617-7619, DOI: 10.1021/es202751f, 2011.


87. Patelarou E,, et al.,, “Exposure to brominated trihalomethanes in drinking water and reproductive outcomes”, Occup. Environ. Med. doi: 10.1136/oem.2010.056150, 2010.


86. Mandalakis M,, et al. “Free and combined amino acids in marine background atmospheric aerosols over the eastern Mediterranean”, Atmospheric Environment doi:10.1016/j.atmosenv.2010.10.046, 2010.


85. Pachiadaki M.G., et al. "Prokaryotic community structure and diversity in the sediments of an active submarine mud volcano (Kazan mud volcano, East Mediterranean Sea) ", FEMS Microbiology Ecology 72(3), 429, 2010.


84. Tsapakis M., et al. “PAHs and n-alkanes in Mediterranean coastal marine sediments: aquaculture as a significant point source”, Journal of Environmental Monitoring 12(4), 958, 2010.


83. Mandalakis M., et al. “Trace analysis of free and combined amino acids in atmospheric aerosols by gas chromatography-mass spectrometry”, Journal of Chromatography A 1217, 143, 2010.

82. Mandalakis M., et al. “Occurrence and diurnal variation of PCBs and PBDEs in background atmosphere of Eastern Mediterranean”, Chemosphere 77, 1161, 2009.

81. Mandalakis M., et al. “Particle-size distribution and gas/particle partitioning of atmospheric polybrominated diphenyl ethers in urban areas of Greece”, Environmental Pollution 157, 1227, 2009.

80. Mandalakis M., et al. “Emerging contaminants in car interiors: Evaluating the impact of airborne PBDEs and PBDD/Fs”, Environ. Sci. Technol. 42, 6431, 2008.

79. Polymenakou P.N., et al. “Particle size distribution of airborne microorganisms and pathogens during an intense African dust event in Eastern Mediterranean”, Environ. Health Perspect. 116, 292, 2008.

78. Mandalakis M., et al. “Airborne PBDEs in Specialized Occupational Settings, Houses and Outdoor Urban Areas in Greece”, Environmental Pollution doi: 10.1016/j.envpol.2007.11.016, 2008.


77. Skopelitis D.S., et al. “The Isoenzyme Seven of Tobacco NAD(H)-Dependent Glutamate Dehydrogenase Exhibits High Deaminating and Low Aminating Activities in vivo”, Plant Physiology 145, 1726, 2007.

76. Tsapakis M. & Stephanou E.G. "Diurnal cycle of PAHs, nitro-PAHs and oxy- PAHs in a high oxidation capacity marine background atmosphere", Environ. Sci. Technol. 41, 8011, 2007.


75. Stephanou E.G. “Atmospheric chemistry - A forest air of chirality”, Nature 446(7139), 991, 2007. (Invited contribution)

74. Mandalakis M. & Stephanou E.G. “Atmospheric concentration characteristics and gas/particle partitioning of PCBs in a rural area of eastern Germany”, Environmental Pollution 147, 2011, 2007.


73. Polymenakou P.N., et al. “Organic Matter Preservation and Microbial Community Accumulations in Deep-Hypersaline Anoxic Basins”, Geomicrobiology Journal 24, 19, 2007.

72. Skopelitis D., et al. "Abiotic Stress Generated ROS Signal Expression of Anionic Glutamate Dehydrogenases to Form Glutamate for Proline Synthesis", Plant Cell 18, 2767, 2006.


71. Tsapakis M., et al. “Atmospheric deposition and marine sedimentation fluxes of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in the Eastern Mediterranean Basin”, Environ. Sci. Technol. 40, 4922, 2006.

70. Stephanou E.G. “The decay of organic aerosols”, Nature 434, 31, 2005. (Invited contribution).


69. Polymenakou P.N., et al. “Carbon speciation and composition of natural microbial communities in polluted and pristine sediments of the Eastern Mediterranean Sea”, Marine Pollution Bulletin 52, 1396, 2006.

68. Polymenakou P.N., et al. “Bacterial composition in sediments from the Eastern Mediterranean Sea: a comparison of four 16S rDNA clone libraries”, Microbial Ecology 50, 447, 2005.


67. Polymenakou PN, et al., “Study of the mineralization effect on the distribution of lipids in sediments from the Cretan Sea: Evidence for hydrocarbon degradation and starvation stress”, Continental Shelf Research 25, 2196, 2005.

66. Polymenakou P.N., et al. “Links between geographic location, environmental factors, and microbial community composition in sediments of the Eastern Mediterranean Sea”, Microbial Ecology 49, 367, 2005.

65. Tsapakis M. & Stephanou E.G. “Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in the atmosphere of the Eastern Mediterranean”, Environ. Sci. Technol. 39, 6584, 2005.

64. Mandalakis M., et al. “Mass budget and dynamics of polychlorinated biphenyls in the eastern Mediterranean Sea”, Global Biogeochemical Cycles 19, art. no. GB3018, 2005.


63. Kanakidou M., et al. “Organic aerosol and global climate modeling: a review”, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 5, 1053, 2005.


62. Mandalakis M., et al. “Contribution of Biomass Burning to Atmospheric Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons at Three European Background Sites”, Environ. Sci. Technol. 39, 2976, 2005.


61. Polymenakou P.N. & Stephanou E.G. “Effect of temperature and additional carbon sources on phenol degradation by an indigenous soil Pseudomonad”, Biodegradation 16, 403, 2005.


60. Tsapakis M. & Stephanou E.G. “Occurrence of gaseous and particulate polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in the urban atmosphere: Study of sources and ambient temperature effect on the gas/particle concentration and distribution”, Environmental Pollution 133, 147, 2005.


59. Boy M., et al. “Overview of the field measurement campaign in Hyytiälä, August 2001 in the frame of the EU project OSOA”, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 4, 657, 2004.


58. Mandalakis M. & Stephanou E.G. “Wet Deposition of Polychlorinated Biphenyls in the Eastern Mediterranean”, Environ. Sci. Technol. 38, 3011, 2004.


57. Gogou A. & Stephanou E.G. “Marine Organic Geochemistry of the Eastern Mediterranean: Polar Biomarkers in Cretan Sea Surficial Sediments”, Marine Chemistry 85, 1, 2004.


56. Tsapakis M. & Stephanou E.G. “Collection of Gas and Particle Semi Volatile Organic Compounds: Use of an Oxidant Denuder to Minimize Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons Degradation during High-Volume Air Sampling”, Atmospheric Environment 37, 4935, 2003.


55. Mandalakis M. & Stephanou E.G. “High Resolution Gas Chromatography- Tandem Mass Spectrometry: A Sensitive Analytical Technique Suitable for the Study of Polychlorinated Biphenyl and Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin Atmospheric Processes”, CHIMIA 57, 505, 2003.


54. Tsapakis M., et al. “Evaluation of atmospheric transport as a non-point source of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in marine sediments of the Eastern Mediterranean”, Marine Chemistry 80, 283, 2003.


53. Mandalakis M., et al. “Direct evidence for PCB destruction in the subtropical troposphere by OH radicals”, Environ. Sci. Technol. 37, 542, 2003.


52. Mandalakis M. & Stephanou E.G. “Study of Polychlorinated Biphenyls Atmospheric Concentration over the Eastern Mediterranean Sea”, J. Geophys. Res.107, 4716, 2002.


51. Lelieveld J., et al. “Global Air Pollution Crossroads over the Mediterranean”, Science 298, 794, 2002.


50. Kavouras I.G. & Stephanou E.G. “Direct evidence of atmospheric secondary organic aerosol formation in forest atmosphere through heteromolecular nucleation”, Environ. Sci. Technol. 36, 5083, 2002.


49. M. Tsapakis, et al. “The Composition and Sources of PM2.5 Organic Aerosol in two Urban Areas of Chile”, Atmospheric Environment 36, 3851, 2002.

48. Mandalakis M., et al. “Gas-Particle Concentrations and Distribution of Aliphatic Hydrocarbons, PAHs, PCBs and PCDD/Fs in the Atmosphere of Athens (Greece)”, Atmospheric Environment 36, 4023, 2002.


47. Mandalakis M. & Stephanou E.G. “Polychlorinated Biphenyls Associated to Fine Particles (PM2.5) in Urban Environment of Chile: Concentration Levels and Sampling Volatilization Losses”, Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 21, 2270, 2002.

46. Kampioti A. & Stephanou E.G. “The impact of bromide on the formation of neutral and acidic disinfection by-products (DBPs) in Mediterranean chlorinated drinking water”, Water Research 36, 2596, 2002.


45. Stephanou E.G., et al. “Comment on 'Formation of new particles in the gas- phase ozonolysis of monoterpenes' by Koch et al.”, Atmospheric Environment 34 (2000) 4031, Atmospheric Environment, 35(26), 4523, 2001.

44. Kavouras I.G. & Stephanou E.G. “Organic primary and secondary aerosol constituents in urban, background marine and forest atmosphere: Comparative study of their particle size distribution”, J. Geophys. Res. 107, D8:10.1029/2000JD000278, 2002.


43. Kavouras I.G. & Stephanou E.G. “Gas/particle partitioning and size distribution of carbonaceous aerosol indoor in public buildings”, Indoor Air 12, 17, 2002.


42. Mandalakis M., et al. “Optimization and application of high resolution gas chromatography with ion trap tandem mass spectrometry to the determination of polychlorinated biphenyls in atmospheric aerosols”, Journal of Chromatography A 925, 183, 2001.


41. Harrison D., et al. “Ambient isoprene and monoterpene concentration in a Greek fir (Abies Borissi regis) forest: Reconciliation with emissions measurements and effects on measured OH concentrations”, Atmospheric Environment 35, 4699, 2001.

40. Kavouras I.G., et al. “Source apportionment of particulate urban PAHs using exploratory multivariate methods”, Environ. Sci. Technol. 35, 2288, 2001.


39. Kavouras I.G., et al. “Chemical characterization of emissions of vegetable-oil process and their contribution to aerosol mass using organic molecular markers approach”, Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association 51, 552, 2001.

38. Gogou A., et al. “Marine Organic Geochemistry of the Eastern Mediterranean: Aliphatic and Polyaromatic Hydrocarbons in Cretan Sea Surficial Sediments”, Marine Chemistry 68, 265, 2000.


37. Kampioti A. & Stephanou E.G. “Simultaneous determination of halogenated neutral and acidic disinfection by-products in drinking water by closed-loop-stripping extraction and capillary gas chromatography”, Journal of Chromatography A 857, 217, 1999.


36. Kavouras I., et al. “Measurement of Particulate Aliphatic and Polynuclear Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Santiago de Chile: Source Reconciliation and Evaluation of Sampling Artifacts”, Atmospheric Environment 33, 497, 1999.


35. Stephanou E.G. “Specific tracers of environmental aerosol sources in indoor and outdoor particle-size distributed aerosols”, Epidemiology 10, 503, 1999.


34. Kavouras I., et al. "Secondary aerosol formation vs. primary organic aerosol emission: In situ evidence for the chemical coupling between monoterpene acidic photo-oxidation products and new particle formation over forests", Environ. Sci. Technol. 33, 1028, 1999.


33. Kavouras I, et al. “Formation and Gas/Particle Partitioning of Monoterpenes Photo-oxidation Products over Forests”, Geophys. Res. Lett. 26, 55, 1999.

32. Kavouras I., et al. “Formation of Atmospheric Particles from Organic Acids Produced by Forests”, Nature 395, 683, 1998.


31. Kavouras I., et al. "Iso- and Anteiso-Alkanes: Specific Tracers of Environmental Tobacco Smoke in Indoor and Outdoor Particle-Size Distributed Urban Aerosols", Environ. Sci. Technol. 32, 1369, 1998.


30. Gogou A., et al. “Determination of organic molecular markers in marine aerosols and sediments: One-step flash chromatography compound class fractionation and capillary gas chromatographic analysis”, Journal of Chromatography A 799, 215, 1998.


29. Gorbunov B., et al. “The effect of organic compounds on water uptake by aerosol particles”, J. Aerosol Sci. 28, 645, 1997.


28. Mihalopoulos N., et al. “Tropospheric aerosol ionic composition in the Eastern Mediterranean region”, Tellus B 49B, 1997.


27. Gogou A., et al. “Fine organic aerosols in Eastern Mediterranean: Components source reconciliation by using molecular markers and atmospheric back trajectories”, Org. Geochem. 25, 75, 1996.


26. Gogou A., et al. "Differences in lipid and organic salt constituents of aerosols from eastern and western Mediterranean coastal areas", Atmospheric Environment 28, 1301, 1994.


25. Psathaki M., et al. "Analysis of organophosphorous and triazine pesticides in ground and drinking water, by solid phase extraction and capillary GC/MSD &/or NPD: a comparison study", Journal of Chromatography A 667, 241, 1994.


24. Stephanou E. & Stratigakis N. "Determination of anthropogenic and biogenic organic compounds on airborne particles: Flash chromatography fractionation and capillary gas chromatography determination", Journal of Chromatography A 644, 141, 1993.


23. Stephanou E. & Stratigakis N. "ω-Oxocarboxylic and α,ω-Dicarboxylic Acids: Photooxidation Products of Biogenic Unsaturated Fatty Acids, Present in Urban Aerosols", Environ. Sci. Technol. 27, 1403, 1993.


22. Stephanou E. "Biogenic and Anthropogenic Organic Compounds in Aeolian Particulates in Eastern Mediterranean Region: Occurrence and origin", Atmospheric Environment 26A, 2821,1992.


21. Stephanou E. "α,ω-Dicarboxylic acid salts and α,ω-dicarboxylic acids: Photo- oxidation products of unsaturated fatty acids, present in marine aerosols and marine sediments”, Naturwissenschaften 79, 128, 1992.


20. Stephanou E. "Analysis of anthropogenic and biogenic lipids in the aerosol of coastal area in East Mediterranean Sea", Fresenius J. Anal. Chem 339, 780, 1991.

19. Kokkalou E. & Stefanou E. "The volatile Oil of Calamintha nepeta (L.) Savi subsp. glandulosa (Req.) Endemic to Greece. Flavor and Fragrance Journal 5(1), 23, 1990.


18. Stephanou E. "Long Chain n-Aldehydes: An Overlooked and Ubiquitous Compounds Class of Geochemical and Environmental Significance", Naturwissenschaften 76, 464-467, 1989.


17. Stephanou E. & Zourari M. "Exposure to Pesticides in Greenhouses: Determination of Airborne Residues and Surface Deposition", Toxicological and Environmental Chemistry 25, 17, 1989.


16. Kokkalou E. & Stefanou E. "Study of the Volatile Oil of Chaerophyllum bulbosum L. ssp. bulbosum Growing Wild in Greece”, Pharm. Acta Helv. 64 (5-6), 133, 1989.

15. Stephanou E., et al. "Identification and quantitation of halogenated and non- halogenated octylphenol polythoxylate residues by gas-chromatography/mass spectrometry (GC/MS) using electron ionization and chemical ionization", Biomedical & Environmental Mass Spectrometry 14, 275, 1988.

14. Viras L., et al. "Determination of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Athens Atmosphere", Intern. J. Environ. Anal. Chem. 28, 71, 1987.


13. Mulkens A, et al. "Heterosides and volatile constituants in the leaves of Melissa officinalis L. (Lamiaceae)", Pharm. Acta Helv. 60, 276, 1985.

12. Stephanou E. "Environmental Determination of Alkyphenol Polyethoxylate Refractory Residues using Mass Spectrometric Techniques", Intern. J. Environ. Anal. Chem. 20, 41, 1985.


11. Stephanou E. "Identification of nonionic surfactants by GC/CIMS A complementary method or an attractive alternative to GC/EI-MS and other methods", Chemosphere 13, 43, 1984.


10. Stephanou E. "Chemical lonization Mass Spectra of Alkylphenol and Linear Alcohol Polythoxylates", Org. Mass Spectr. 19, 510, 1984.


9. Stephanou E., et al. "Cannabis sativa L.: Cannabinoids and stilbene derivatives in fresh leaves and geographic origin of phenotypes", Pharm. Acta Helv. 59, 216, 1984.

8. Lawi-Berger C., et al. "Contribution in chemotaxonomy of Cannabis (Cannabaceae): Qualitative analysis of fatty acids of Cannabis sativa L.", Pharm. Acta Helv. 58, 48,1983.


7. Stephanou E. and Giger W. "Quantitative Determinations of Nonylphenol and Nonylphenol Ethoxylates by Glass Capillary Glass Chromatography", Envir. Sci. Technol. 16, 1982.


6. Giger W, et al. "Persistent Organic Chemicals in sewage effluents: 1. Identification of Nonylphenol and Nonylphenol Polyethoxylates by Glass Capillary GC/MS", Chemosphere 10, 1981.


5. Heidelberger C, et al. "Amidins as intermediates by transamidation reactions", Helv. Chem. Acta 64, 399, 1981.


4. Stephanou E., et al. "Ring enlargement reactions of N-(2-aminoethyl)-, N-(4- aminobutyl)-, N-(6-amino-4-aza-hexyl)- and N-(8-amino-4-aza-octyl)-lactams", Helv.Chem. Acta 62, 1932, 1979.


3. Krammer U, et al. "The zip-reaction: A new method for synthesis of Polyaminolactames by ring enlargement", IUPAC 4, 314, 1978.


2. Krammer U, et al. "Transamidation reactions on cyclic aminolactams", Helv. Chem. Acta 61, 1050, 1976.


1. Stefanou E, et al. "Secoiridoids and xanthones of Gentiana burseri ", Phytochemistry 15, 330, 1976.

[B] Invited Chapters in Books

4. De Leeuw G., et al. “Ocean–Atmosphere Interactions of Particles” in P.S. Liss and M.T. Johnson (eds.), “Ocean-Atmosphere Interactions of Gases and Particles”, 171 Springer Earth System Sciences, DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-25643-1_4, 2014

3. Stephanou EG, “Aerosols PM10 & PM2.5”, in “Comprehensive Sampling and Sample Preparation”, Editor Janusz Pawliszyn, Elsevier, July 2012, (ISBN: 978-0-12-381374-9).

2. Gogou A. & Stephanou E.G. “Urban and rural organic fine aerosols: Components source reconciliation by using an organic geochemical approach”, in Aerosols Chemical Processes in the Environment, K.R. Spurny (Ed.), CRC Lewis USA, 2000.

1. Stephanou E. & Kokkalou E. "Phytochemical Study of Chaerophylum bulsbosum L. and Calamintha nepeta L., Endemic to Greece", in Development in Food Sciences, Flavors and off-Flavors, G. Haralambous (Ed.), Elsevier, 1990.

[C] Selected Reviewed Articles and Abstracts in Conference Proceedings

29. Facchini M.C., et al. “Primary and secondary marine organic aerosols over the North Atlantic Ocean”: ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 242, 140-ENVR, 2011.

28. Kogevinas M., et al. “Disinfection Byproducts, Polymorphisms, and Susceptibility to Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes”: EPIDEMIOLOGY 22(1), S67, DOI:10.1097/01.ede.0000391870.47922.fe, 2011.

27. Klaene J.J., et al. ”Exploring the link between urban aerosols and DNA adducts using capillary nanoLC-ESI-MS/MS”: ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 240,  Meeting Abstract: 105-TOXI, 2010.

26. Facchini M.C., et al. “Marine SOA: Gas-to-particle conversion and oxidation of primary organic aerosol”, Geochim.Cosmochim. Acta 74(12), A275, 2010.

25. Patelarou E, et al., “Low Birth Weight and Exposure to Disinfection By-Products in Pregnant Women in Crete (Rhea Study)”, EPIDEMIOLOGY 20(6 ), S63, 2009.

24. Stephanou E.G., et al. “Study of PAHs' and PCBs' occurrence and fate in marine aerosols of Eastern Mediterranean”, Geochim.Cosmochim. Acta 72(12), A897, 2008.

23. Gustafsson O., et al. “Distinguishing natural and anthropogenic sources of aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbons using natural abundance radiocarbon measurements”: ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY (234), 34-ENVR, 2007.

22. Stephanou E.G. & Mandalakis M. “Assessment of concentrations and human exposure of polybrominated diphenyl ethers in outdoor and indoor air of homes and occupational settings in Greece”: ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 234, 181-ENVR, 2007.

21. Stephanou E.G. & Kargaki S. “Occurrence and behavior of the emerging contaminants benzothiazoles and benzotriazoles in wastewater treatment plants”: ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 234, 82-ENVR, 2007.

20. Mandalakis M., et al. “Polybrominated diphenyl ethers in outdoor, indoor and car interior air in Greece”: ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 232, 126-ENVR, 555, 2006.

19. Kargaki S., et al. “Emerging contaminants: Analysis of biocides and corrosion inhibitors in wastewater treatment plants using liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry”, ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 232, 243-ENVR, 564, 2006.

18. Stephanou E.G. & Apostolaki M. “Levels and gas-particle distribution of polychlorinated biphenyls in the urban indoor and outdoor atmosphere”: ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 232, 140-ENVR, 565, 2006.

17. Stephanou E.G., et al. “Comparison of microbial community composition from different sediments of the Eastern Mediterranean Sea using T-RFLP, DGGE and PLFA analysis”. Rapp. Comm. Int. Mer. Medit. v. 37, p. 286, 2004.

16. Stephanou E.G., et al. “Transport and atmospheric processes of PCBs in the subtropical atmosphere of Eastern Mediterranean”, Geochim.Cosmochim. Acta 67(18), A447, 2003.

15. Stephanou EG, et al., “Evaluation of atmospheric transport as source of biogenic and anthropogenic organic compounds in marine sediment of Eastern Mediterranean”, Geochim.Cosmochim. Acta 67(18), A448, 2003

14. Stephanou E.G., et al. “Loss Processes of PCBs in the subtropical atmosphere: Study of PCB-OH radical reactions in Eastern Mediterranean”, Organochlorine Compounds 60-65(2), 2003.

12. Stephanou E.G., et al. “Atmospheric Input of Polychlorinated Biphenyls to the Eastern Mediterranean”, Organochlorine Compounds 60-65(2), 2003.

11. Stephanou E.G., et al. “Transport and Atmospheric Processes PCBs in the subtropical atmosphere of Eastern Mediterranean”, Geochim.Cosmochim. Acta 67 (18), 447, 2003.

10. Stephanou E.G., et al. “Atmospheric input of natural and anthropogenic organic compounds in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea, in Sea-Air Exchange: Processes and Modeling, Eds. (J.M. Pacyna, D. Broman and E. Lipiatou), 197-201, 1997.

9. Stephanou E.G., et al. ”Bromide effect on disinfection by-products in drinking waters of Mediterranean Cities”, A.C.S Division of Environ. Chemistry, Vol. 35, No 2, 1995.

8. Stephanou E.G., et al. “Urban & Rural Organic Marine Aerosols in the Eastern Mediterranean Coastal Environment: Components Source Reconciliation by Using Organic Geochemical Parameters”, in Organic Geochemistry: Developments andApplications to Energy, Climate, Environment and Human History; Selected papers from the 17th International Meeting on Organic Geochemistry, J.O. Grimalt and C. Dorronsoro (Editors), 613, 1995.

7. Stephanou E., et al. “ω-Oxocarboxylic acids and α,ω-dicarboxylic acids in free and salt form: photo-oxidation products of unsaturated fatty acids present in marine aeolian particulates, marine sediments and ground level particulates of coastal areas in East Mediterranean Sea”: ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 203, 125-ENVR, 1992.

6. Stephanou E., et al. "Distribution, Accumulation and transformation of organic contaminants in an Eastern Mediterranean Costal Area", UNEP-MAP Report Series N.59, 1991.

5. Stephanou E., et al. "Distribution of Petroleum Hydrocarbons in a S.E. Mediterranean Coastal Area", in Organic Micropollutants in the Aquatic Environment, A. Bjorseth and G. Angeletti (Editors), Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1991.

4. Stephanou E., et al. "Pollution of Saronicos Gulf (Greece) by fossil fuel hydrocarbons", in Analysis of Organic Micro-pollutants in Water, A. Bjorseth and G. Angeletti (editors), Reidel Publ. Company, 1988.

3. Stephanou E., et al. "Hydrocarbons in East Mediterranean Sea: Determination and occurrence in the sediment of considered polluted and unpolluted areas of coastal environment", in Analysis of Organic Micro-pollutants in Water, A. Bjorseth and G. Angeletti (editors), Reidel Publ. Company, 1988.

2. Stephanou E. "Determination of acidic and neutral residues of alkylphenol polyethoxylate surfactants using GC/MS analysis of their TMS derivatives", in Analysis of Organic Micro-pollutants in Water, A. Bjorseth and G. Angeletti (editors), Reidel Publ. Company, 1986.

1. Stephanou E., et al. "Determination of Nonylphenol and Nonylphenol Ethoxylates in Secondary Sewage Effluents", in Analysis of Organic Micro-pollutants in Water, A. Bjorseth and G. Angeletti (editors), Reidel Publ. Company, 1982.

 [D] Technical Reports

More than 40 Technical reports to International and National Agencies

Conference Presentations:

Selected Solicited Presentations in International Conferences

1. "Detetmination of Acidic and Neutral Persistent Metabolites of Alkyphenol Polythoxylate Surfactants and their Environmental Residues". 4th European Symposium on Analysis of Organic Micropollutants, Viena (Austria), Oct. 1985.

2. "Application of Mass Spectrometry to the Analysis of Nonionic Surfactants and their Environmental Residues". 16th Inter. Symposium on Analytical Chemistry of Pollutants, Lausanne, Switzerland, March 1986. (Invited Speaker)

8. "Fate of petroleum derived Hydrocarbons in Coastal Areas in Greece". 5th European Symposium on Analysis of Organic Micropollutants, Rome. Oct. 1987.

9. "Reaction Rates of Processes in Natural Waters". Workshop on Aquatic Chemical Kinetics, Kartause lttingen (Switzerland), March 1989. (Session Chair)

10. "Phytochemical Study of Chaerophyllum bulbosum L., Endemic to Greece". 6th International Flavor Conference (ACS), Rethimnon (Greece), July 1989.

11. "Biogenic and Antrhopogenic Lipids in Aeolian Particles in South-East Mediterranean Sea. Occurrence and Origin". 4th International Workshop on Chemistry of Environmental Hydrocarbons, Strasbourg, France, April 1990.

12. "Partitioning of Oil-Derived Contaminants in the Coastal Environment of Crete". 20th International Symposium on Environmental Analytical Chemistry, April 1990, Strasbourg, France.

13. "The role of particles as scavengers of organic pollutants". European Research Conference (ESF) “Particles in natural waters”. 3-7 September 1990, Ciocco, Italy. (Invited Speaker)

14. "Distribution, transformation and accumulation of Hydrocarbons in an Eastern Mediterranean Area". UNEP International Conference on the "Accumulation and transformation of Chemical contaminants by biotic and abiotic processes in the marine environment", 24-28/9/1990, La Spezia, Italy.

15. "Study of Distribution and origin of fossil-fuel hydrocarbons in sediment and biota of Iraklion Bay". 6th European Symposium on Analysis of organic pollutants. 20- 24 May 1990, Lisbon, Portugal.

16. 1st CCMS Conference "New Strategies for Environmental Protection and Sustainable Development", May 1-3, Washington D.C. (USA), 1991.

17. 2nd CCMS Conference "New Strategies for Environmental Protection and

Sustainable Development", October 8-10, 1991, Heraklion, (Greece), (Conference Organizer).

18. “ω-Oxocarboxylic acids and α,ω-dicarboxylic acids in free and salt form: photo-oxidation products of unsaturated fatty acids present in marine aeolian particulates, marine sediments and ground level particulates of coastal areas in East Mediterranean Sea”. 3rd A.C.S Meeting, "Oxidation-Reduction Transformations of Inorganic and Organic Species in the Environment", San Francisco, April 5-10, 1992.

19. "Nonionic Surfactants in Aquatic Ecosystems: Environmental Analytical Chemistry and Study of their Environmental Fate". International Symposium on "Bio-Remediation Toxicology & Environmental Fate Ecology", Organized by Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry-Europe, Potsdam (Germany), June 21-24, 1992.

20. "Academic Environmental Research Aiming Pollution Prevention Strategy".

COMETT Conference on: "Evaluation of Impacts and Priority Setting in

Environmental Management" Organized by the Technical Research Center of Finland. Trolleholm, Sweden, 21-26 September 1992. (Invited Speaker)

21. "Determination of anthropogenic and biogenic organic compounds on airborne particles: Flash chromatography fractionation and capillary gas chromatographic analysis". 12th Annual Meeting of the American Association for Aerosol Research, Oak Brook, IL, October 11-15, 1993.

22. “Atmospheric deposition of organic biogenic and anthropogenic compounds in the Mediterranean Sea”. MEDCHEM CONFERENCE: The Chemistry of the Mediterranean. 20-26 May 1995, Taranto Italy. (Invited Speaker)

23. ”Bromide effect on disinfection by-products in drinking waters of Mediterranean Cities”. 210th A.C.S National Meeting, 20-24 August 1995, Chicago, U.S.A.

24. “Urban & Rural Organic Marine Aerosols in the Eastern Mediterranean Coastal Environment: Components Source Reconciliation by Using Organic Geochemical Parameters”. 16th International Meeting on Organic Geochemistry, 4-8 September 1995, San Sebastian (Donostia), Spain.

25. “Marine organic aerosols in Eastern Mediterranean: Study of their origin and occurrence”. European Geophysical Society, XXI General Assembly, The Hague, The Netherlands, 6-10 May 1996.

26. “Organic Molecular Markers determination in Sea Water and Sediments of Eastern Mediterranean”. European Geophysical Society, XXI General Assembly, The Hague, The Netherlands, 6-10 May 1996.

27. “Measurements of aerosol composition and optical depth above the Eastern Mediterranean area”. European Geophysical Society, XXI General Assembly, The Hague, The Netherlands, 6-1 May1996.

27. “Atmospheric Input of Natural and Anthropogenic Organic Compounds to the Mediterranean Sea”.European Union Workshop on “Sea-Air Exchange”, Oslo, Norway, 11-13 June 1997. (Solicited Contribution)

29. “Determination of fine organic aerosol content in semi-rural and Forest Areas of Portugal”. International Conference on CarbonaceousAerosols, Vienna, Austria, September 1997.

30. “The effect of carboxylic acids on cloud droplet formation”, InternationalConference on Carbonaceous Aerosols, Vienna, Austria, September 1997.

31. “The effect of organic compounds on water uptake by aerosol particles”, International Conferenceon Carbonaceous Aerosols, Vienna, Austria, September 1997.

32. “Field observation and modeling of the formation of biogenic organic aerosols in Mediterranean Area”, 23th General Assembly of European Geophysical Society, 2-6April 1998, Nice, France.

33. “Formation and gas/particle partitioning of monoterpenes photo-oxidation products over forests”, 24th General Assembly of European Geophysical Society, 19-23 April 1999, The Hague, Holland.

34. “Field evidence for the chemical coupling between terpenes acidic photo-oxidation products and new particle formation over forested areas. Joint International Symposium on Global Atmospheric Chemistry, 19-25 August 1998, Seattle, USA.

35. “Formation and particle partitioning of monoterpenes photo-oxidation products over forests”. 24th GeneralAssembly of European Geophysical Society, 19-23 April 1999, The Hague, TheNetherlands.

36. “Formation of secondary organic aerosol”. 5th International Conference on Protection and Restoration of the Environment, 3-6 July 2000, Thassos Island, Greece.

37. “Formation of biogenic secondary organic aerosol”. European Aerosol Conference, 1-5 September 2000, Dublin, Ireland.

38. “Comparison of hydrocarbon and polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbon profiles ofaerosol in Santiago and Temuco (Chile)”. 7th International Conference on Carbonaceous Particles in the Atmosphere, 26-29 November 2000, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

39. “Source apportionment of urban PAHs using multivariate statistical methods”. 7th International Conference on Carbonaceous Particles in the Atmosphere, 26-29 November 2000, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

40. “Heterogeneous heteromolecular nucleation: A possible mechanism for the formation of biogenic secondary organic aerosol”. 7thInternational Conference on Carbonaceous Particles in the Atmosphere, 26-29November 2000, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

41. “Atmospheric concentration and deposition fluxes of chlorinated POPs at background marine and urban sites of Eastern Mediterranean”. 11th Annual Meeting of SETAC, 6-10 May 2001, Madrid, Spain. (Invited Speaker)

42. “Atmospheric gas/particle distribution and deposition flux of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in Eastern Mediterranean”, 11th Annual Meeting of SETAC, 6-10 May 2001, Madrid, Spain.

43. “Atmospheric Occurrence and Processes of PAHs, PCBs and PCDD/Fs over the eastern Mediterranean”. UNEP Symposium on the “Assessment of Ecotoxicological Impact of Persistent Toxic Substances and Trans boundary Transport”, 2-5 April 2002, Rome, Italy. (Invited Speaker)

44. “A global budget for PCBs provides prediction of their environmental longevities”. 224th American Chemical Society Meeting Boston, MA, August 18, 2002.

45. “PCBs associated to fine particles (PM2.5) in the urban environment of Chile: Concentration levels and sampling volatilization losses”. 7th Scientific Conference of the International Global Atmospheric Chemistry Project (IGAC), Atmospheric chemistry within the earth system: From regional pollution to global climate change, 18-25 September 2002, Hersonisos, Crete, Greece.

46. “Direct evidence for PCB destruction in the subtropical troposphere by OH radicals”. 7th Scientific Conference of the International Global Atmospheric Chemistry Project (IGAC), Atmospheric chemistry within the earth system: From regional pollution to global climate change, 18-25 September 2002, Hersonisos, Crete, Greece.

47. “Occurrence and processes of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) in the atmosphere of eastern Mediterranean sea”. 7th Scientific Conference of the International Global Atmospheric Chemistry Project (IGAC), Atmospheric chemistry within the earth system: From regional pollution to global climate change, 18-25 September 2002, Hersonisos, Crete, Greece.

48. “Gas-particle concentrations and distribution of aliphatic hydrocarbons, PAHs, PCBs and PCDD/Fs in the atmosphere of Athens”. 7th Scientific Conference of the International Global Atmospheric Chemistry Project (IGAC), Atmospheric chemistry within the earth system: From regional pollution to global climate change, 18-25 September 2002, Hersonisos, Crete, Greece.

49. “Direct evidence of atmospheric secondary organic aerosol formation in forest atmosphere through heteromolecular nucleation”. 7th Scientific Conference of the International Global Atmospheric Chemistry Project (IGAC), Atmospheric chemistry within the earth system: From regional pollution to global climate change, 18-25 September 2002, Hersonisos, Crete, Greece.

50. “PCB removal by OH radicals: A major process regulating their budget in the Eastern Mediterranean troposphere”. 6th Workshop on “Understanding and Modelling the Regional andGlobal Scale Distribution and Fate of POPs”, 7-9 October 2002, Lancaster (UK).(Invited Speaker)

51. “Direct evidence of PCB destruction by OH radicals in the subtropical troposphere”. 6th Workshop on “Understanding and Modelling the Regional and Global Scale Distribution and Fate of POPs”, 7-9 October 2002, Lancaster (UK).

52. “Gas/particle partitioning of primary and secondary organic aerosol products in a boreal forest”. European Geophysical Union-American Geophysical Society Joint Assembly, Nice, France 7-11/4/2003.

53. “Direct evidence for atmospheric secondary organic aerosol formation through heteromolecular nucleation”, European Geophysical Union-American Geophysical Society Joint Assembly, Nice, France 7-11/4/2003.

54. “PCB Destruction in the Subtropical Troposphere by OH Radicals”. European Geophysical Union-American Geophysical Society Joint Assembly, Nice, France 7-11/4/2003.

55. “Transport and Atmospheric Processes PCBs in the atmosphere of Eastern Mediterranean”, Goldschmidt Conference, Sept. 7-12, 2003, Kurashiki, Japan

56. “Evaluation of atmospheric transport as source of biogenic and anthropogenic organic compounds in marine sediment of Eastern Mediterranean”, Goldschmidt Conference, Sept. 7-12,2003, Kurashiki, Japan. (Keynote presentation)

57. “Loss Processes of PCBs in the subtropical atmosphere: Study of PCB-OH radical reactions in Eastern Mediterranean”, DIOXIN 2003 Conference, August 24-30, 2003, Boston. (Invited Speaker)

58. “Atmospheric Input of Polychlorinated Biphenyls to the Eastern Mediterranean”, DIOXIN 2003 Conference, August 24-30, 2003, Boston. (Invited Speaker)

59. “Atmospheric processes determining the fate of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) in subtropical areas”, Swiss Chemical Society Conference, “Analytical Chemistry of Organic Contaminants in the Environment”, Sept. 3-5, 2003, Zurich, Switzerland. (Invited Speaker)

60. “Study of Loss Processes of PAHs and PCBs in the Subtropical Atmosphere: The Eastern Mediterranean Paradigm, “Global cycling and fate of chemicals”, 14th Annual Meeting of SETAC, 19-22 April 2004, Prague, Check Republic.

61. “Field Study of Loss Processes of PCBs in Eastern Mediterranean Atmosphere”, 3rd UBA Forum on Persistent Organic Substances, 11 and 12 March 2004, Berlin (Germany). (Invited Speaker)

62. “High bacterial diversity in different sediments of the Eastern Mediterranean Sea: environmental control of community composition”. International Symposium ‘Chemistry & Biology of Marine Organisms’, Kolympari, Crete, Greece: 21-26 September 2003

63. “Comparison of microbial community composition from different sediments of the Eastern Mediterranean Sea using T-RFLP, DGGE and PLFA analysis. 37th CIESM Congress, Barcelona, Spain: 7-11 June 2004

64. “High bacterial diversity in different sediments of the Eastern Mediterranean Sea: comparison of community composition using molecular-based techniques”. American Society for Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO) Summer Meeting 2005, Santiago de Compostela, Spain: 19-24 June 2005.

65. “Polybrominated diphenyl ethers in outdoor, indoor and car interior air in Greece.” 232nd National Meeting & Exposition of American Chemical Society, 10-14 September 2006, San Francisco, CA USA.

66. "Levels and gas-particle distribution of polychlorinated biphenyls in the urban indoor and outdoor atmosphere". 232nd National Meeting & Exposition of American Chemical Society, 10-14 September 2006, San Francisco, CA USA. (Invited speaker and Session Chair).

67. “Modeling of the global destruction of polychlorinated biphenyls by OH radicals in the troposphere”. 9th Joint IGAC/CACGP/SOLAS/WMO Symposium: Atmospheric Chemistry at the interfaces, 17-23 September, 2006, Cape Town, South Africa.

68. “Mass budget and dynamics of polychlorinated biphenyls in the eastern Mediterranean Sea”. 9th Joint IGAC/CACGP/SOLAS/WMO Symposium: Atmospheric Chemistry at the interfaces, 17-23 September, 2006, Cape Town, South Africa.

69. “Distinguishing natural and anthropogenic sources of aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbons using natural abundance radiocarbon measurements”. 234th National Meeting & Exposition of American Chemical Society, 19-23 August, 2007, Boston, MA USA.

70. “Occurrence and behaviour of the emerging contaminants benzothiazoles and benzotriazoles in wastewater treatment plants”. 234th National Meeting & Exposition of American Chemical Society, 19-23 August 2007, Boston, MA USA. (Invited Speaker and session co-chair)

71. “Assessment of concentrations and human exposure of polybrominated diphenyl ethers in outdoor and indoor air of homes and occupational settings in Greece”. 234th National Meeting & Exposition of American Chemical Society, 19-23 August, 2007, Boston, MA USA.

72. “Transport and Atmospheric Processes PCBs in the subtropical atmosphere of Eastern Mediterranean». Goldschmidt 2008 - "from Sea to Sky"

July 13 - 18 in Vancouver, Canada

73. “Free and Combined Amino Acids in Marine Aerosols over the Eastern Mediterranean». MOCA09: IAMAS IAPSO IACS 2009 Joint Assembly, July 19-29, 2009 - Montréal, Canada

74. “Emerging Contaminants in Waste Water Treatment Plants: Challenges in their Exposure Assessment”. 15th International Symposium on Environmental Pollution and its Impact on Life in the Mediterranean Region, October 7-11, 2009, Bari, Italy. (Keynote Speaker)

75. "Indoor air pollution by PBDEs in specialized occupational settings, houses and car interiors. ESF Exploratory Workshop on "Indoor contamination with persistent organic compounds: An important exposure pathway for people?", 23-25 March, 2009, Stockholm, Sweden. (Invited presentation).

76. “Emerging Contaminants in the Indoor and Outdoor Atmosphere”. 3rd EuCheMS (European Chemical Society) Chemistry Congress, 29.08. – 02.09.2010, Nürnberg, Germany. (Invited Speaker)

77. “Emerging Contaminants in the Indoor and Outdoor Atmosphere”. 3rd EuCheMS (European Chemical Society) Chemistry Congress, 29.08. – 02.09.2010, Nürnberg, Germany. (Invited Speaker)

78. “Water Soluble Organic Compounds over the Eastern Mediterranean: Study of their Occurrence and Sources”. EGU – 2010 Conference, “From gas to particles, new perspectives on organic compounds in the atmosphere ”, Vienna 5 May, 2010.

79. «Disinfection By-products, Polymorphisms, and Susceptibility to Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes», ISEE 22nd Annual Conference, Seoul, Korea, 28 August-1 September 2010.

80. “Disinfection By-products, Polymorphisms, and Susceptibility to Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes”, ISEE 22nd Annual Conference, Seoul, Korea, 28 August-1 September 2010

80. “Marine Secondary Organic Aerosol: Gas-To-Particle Conversion and Oxidation of Primary Organic Aerosol”, Goldschmidt Conference 2010, June 13-18, 2010, Knoxville, Tennessee, USA

81. “Exploring the link between urban aerosols and DNA adducts using capillary nanoLC-ESI-MS/MS”, 240nd National Meeting of the American-Chemical-Society (ACS), Boston, AUG 22, 2010.

82. Primary and secondary marine organic aerosols over the North Atlantic Ocean. 242nd National Meeting of the American-Chemical-Society (ACS) Denver, CO Date: AUG 28-SEP 01, 2011

83. “Concurrent determination of water-soluble organic compounds in atmospheric marine aerosols by NMR spectroscopy and mass spectrometry”, 243rd National Meeting & Exposition of American Chemical Society, 25-29 March 2012, San Diego, CA USA. (Invited Contribution)

84. “The Analysis of Atmospheric Organic Gases and Semi volatile Compounds with GC/MS techniques”, ESF Exploratory Workshop: The Molecular Identification of Organic Compounds in the Atmosphere, Cambridge (UK), March 25-28, 2013. (Invited Contribution)

85. “Hazardous Chemicals and Microorganisms Transported into the Mediterranean: Environmental Implications”, CIESM International Scientific Forum – 2014: Advances and Gaps in Black Sea/Mediterranean Sea Oceanography”, Sochi (RU), December 1-3, 2014. (Invited Contribution)

86. European Winter Conference on Plasma Spectrochemistry (EWCPS, 2015), https://www.ewcps2015.org/, Oral Presentation.

 87. Gordon Research Conference in Atmospheric Chemistry 2015, https://www.grc.org/programs.aspx?id=10915, Oral Presentation

 88. Goldschmidt Conference 2015, http://goldschmidt.info/2015/program/programViewThemes, Oral Presentation,

 89. 3rd International Congress in Bacteriology and Infectious Diseases 2015, http://www.conferenceseries.com/Past_Reports/Bacteriology-2015-past/

 90. 18th Edition of Euroanalysis in Analytical Chemistry-2015, http://www.euroanalysis2015.com/, 1 Poster and 1 Oral presentation

91.A. Myridakis, et al. “Exposure to phthalates, bisphenol-a, parabens and organophosphates among mother-child pairs”, ISEE 28th Annual Conference - Rome, 1-4 September, 2016.

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