She teaches at both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes and has published books and research papers in internationally refereed journals (CAIS, IJTM, EJIS) as well as international conferences (ECIS, HICSS, AMCIS).
In terms of applied research and collaboration with industry, she has close relationships with industry and has experience in the design, development and management of international and national projects in the areas of Healthcare Information Systems, e-health, e-government and e-learning.
She has participated in research and development projects funded by the European Commission, the UK government, the Greek Ministry of Health and Social Solidarity and Cyprus. More specifically, from 2005 to 2006, she was employed as research analyst for Virtual Institute for Electronic Government Research (VIEGO) project, which was a UK government funded research programme. During 2006-2007, she was working as a research fellow for oldeR Employees training on inFOrmation and CommUnication technologies (REFOCUS) project, which was a transnational (Italy and UK) EU funded research project.
From 2007 she has participated in several projects, such as ‘Supporting computing studies at the University of Piraeus’, ‘Advancing the skills of professionals in the healthcare sector, using digital systems’, ‘Greek Classification/coding of diseases, diagnoses and medical processes’ as well as the ‘National electronic referral and prescribing systems for Greece’ and the ‘Patients electronic management system for the Cyprus Anti-Drugs Council’.