Christina Papageorgopoulou

POSITION: Assistant Professor

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Telephone: 25310 39996

Email: cpapage@he.duth.gr

RESEARCH AND TEACHING SUBJECT:

Physical Anthropology

RESEARCH INTERESTS

new methods in palaeopathology, taphonomy, variability in human growth and development, palaeogenetics: the Mesolithic-Neolithic transition, Early Bronze Age in southeastern Europe

COURSES TAUGHT

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1. Osteology (Anatomy of the Myo-skeletal System) (tba)

2. Paleogenetics: Its Application to Anthropology (tba)

3. Bioarchaeology and Forensic Anthropology (55EE1210)

4. The Evolution of Man (55EE1209)

CURRICULUM VITAE

ACADEMIC EDUCATION

2010-2012 Alexander von Humboldt post-doctoral research fellow at the Institute of Anthropology, University of Mainz, Group of Palaeogenetics, Germany.

Postdoc Research: Palaeogenetics of the Mesolithic-Neolithic transition in South-Eastern Europe.

2006-2008 University of Basel, Institute of Proto- and Prehistory, Switzerland. PhD exams with Rigorosum summa cum laude. PhD grant of the Firos Foundation, Greece (2006-2008).

Phd Thesis: The medieval population of Tomils/SohnMurezi (11th-15thc AD), an archaeo-anthropological approach.

2000-2002 University of Florence, Laboratory of Anthropology, Department of Evolutionary Anthropology, Italy.Studies in Anthropology, Human biology and Archaeology of the Mediterranean region.

Master thesis: Anthropological research on skeletal material from a Byzantine cemetery in Epirus. Paleodontological, paleopathological& chemical analysis as a tool for quantifying diet & health.

1995-1999 Demokritus University of Thrace, Department of History and Ethnology, Studies in Physical Anthropology and Ethnology: magna cum laude.

Diploma thesis: Paleodontological analysis on a roman population from Crete; summa cum laude; Stavrou award (Howard University, Washington DC, USA) for Diploma Thesis excellence.

CONTINUINING EDUCATION

2000 Summer school in Physical Anthropology, genetics and prehistoric archaeology in Sicily (organisation: University of Florence) certification.

2006 Seminar at the University of Bern «Modern strategies in job hunting» certification.

ACADEMIC TEACHING

2012- Demokritus University of Thrace, Department of History and Ethnology

Courses: Osteology, Paleogenetics: Its Application to Anthropology, Bioarchaeology and Forensic Anthropology, The Evolution of Man

2016- University of Aegean, Department of Mediterranean Studies, Post-graduate Programm "Applied Archaeological Sciences"

2005-2011 Tutor at the clinical paleopathological colloquium, block courses at the Medical School, University of Zurich.

2005-2009 Lecturer (7 Semesters, Lehrauftrag) at the University of Basel, Institute of Proto- and Prehistory; Courses: osteology, population history, nutritional anthropology, taphonomy; co-ordination of the Archaeo-Anthropology certificate (35 CP).

SUPERVISION OF GRADUATE STUDENTS AND POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWS

2012 – 2016 1 Postdoc (ongoing), 4 PhDs (ongoing), 6 BA students, 1 MA student, University of Aegean.

2012 – 2017 Member of 3 PhD Committees (University of Athens, University of Belgrade), external reviewer 1 PhD Thesis (University of Bern), Co-supervisor MA Thesis (University of Neuchatel), 1 PhD Thesis (University of Mainz).

2007 – 2008 Supervisor 4 BA Thesis (Archaeo-anthropology Certificate), 1 MA practicum in anthropology, University of Basel.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2012- Assistant professor (tenured in 2015) at the Department of History and Ethnology, Democritus University of Thrace, Greece.

2010-2012 Alexander von Humboldt post-doctoral research fellow at the Institute of Anthropology,

University of Mainz.

2006-2010 Senior research assistant, Institute of Anatomy, University of Zurich, Switzerland.

2006-2010 Senior Anthropologist, Archaeological Service Grisons, Switzerland.

2003-2005 Research assistant, Anthropological Research Institute, Aesch, Baselland, Switzerland.

2003/2004 Anthropologist, Archaeological Institute of Northern Greece and Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki.

1999-2000 Anthropologist, H’ Ephorate of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities.

RESEARCH FUNDED PROJECTS

2014-2015 Title:Themes of skeletal anthropology, taphonomy and bioarchaeology (University Textbook).Program KALLIPOS - Greek academic textbooks, 10.000 euro, Ministry of Education, Funding: National Funds and European Social Fund, Principal Investigator, October 2014 (12 months). https://repository.kallipos.gr/handle/11419/4761

2014-2015 Title: From the early farmers to the first urban societies: the origins of the Aegean palatial civilizations from a population genetic perspective; 200.000 Euro; ΑΡΙΣΤΕΙΑ ΙΙ Greek Ministry of Education and EU; principal investigator 2014-2015.

2012-2015 Title: Population genetics of the Mesolithic-Neolithic transition in Greece and the Aegean; 186.950 Euro; German Research Council (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft), grant nummber GZ BU 1403; principal investigator and supervisor of 1 PhD student together with Prof. Burger University of Mainz, Germany; April 2012 (36 months).

2012-2015 Title: Island biodiversity and cultural evolution: Examples from the Eastern Mediterranean, Madagascar, Mauritius, Philippines during the past 800,000 years; 600.000 Euro; Thalys Greek Ministry of Education and EU, grant Number 18917_8_11_2009; group leader supervisor of 1 PhD student; June 2012-2015.

2012-2016 Title: BEAN: Bridging the European and Anatolian Neolithic, demography, migration, and lifestyle at the advent of civilization; 2.484.717 Euro; FP7-PEOPLE-2011-Marie Curie Initial Training Network (ITN) Grant No 289966; (supervisor Prof. J. Burger) associated partner; April 2012 (48 months).

2012-2015 Title: Exploitation of Resources in the Neolithic Period of Northern Greece: Material Culture and Environment; 600.000 Euro; Thalys Research Grant Greek Ministry of Education and EU; member of the research team; June 2012-2015.

2010-2012 Title: Palaeo- und Populationsgenetik des FrühneolithikumszwischenAnatolien und Mitteleuropa; Alexander von Humboldt post-doctoral research fellow at the Institute of Anthropology, University of Mainz; April 2010-March 2012 (completed).

2009 Title: Anthropological research on the ossuary of Poschiavo; Landeslottariefond Canton Graubünden; 40.000 CHF principal investigator; January-December 2009 (completed).

2008-2011 Title: Swiss Mummy Project: Correlative Radiological and Immunohistochemical-Genetic Assessment of Modern and Ancient Mummified Human Tissues; 186'000 CHFSwiss National Science Foundation grant number 325130_120662; (supervisor Prof. F.J. Rühli) member of the research team; October 2008-2011 (completed).

ORGANIZATION OF CONGRESSES/WORKSHOPS/SESSIONS

1. Organisation of International Workshop entitled: Ancient DNA: a window to the Past and Future. Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki, 30 July2015.

2. Scientific co-ordination, museological research, texts, funding of temporary exhibition at the Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki entitled Ancient DNA: a window to the Past and future, July 2015-August 2016.

3. Organisation of Congress supported by the Alexander v. Humboldt Foundation. Northern Greece and Sountheastern Europe during the Neolithic Period: an Interaction Zone, Thessaloniki, 26-29 June 2014, withNenad Tasic (University of Belgrad), Marcel Buric (University of Zagreb) Ntousanka Ourem-Kotsou (Demokritus University of Thrace).

4. Organisation of session: Human experimental mummification, in VII World Congress on Mymmy Studies, San Diego USA ,12-16 June 2011, with Prof.Frank Rühli (University of Zurich).

5. Organization of Panel: Hypothyroidism in Switzerland from an anthropological, clinical and historic perspective in the Workshop “A peste, fame et bello libranos, Domine! Krankheit, Hunger, Krieg und Religion aus archäologischer, historischer und anthropologischer Perspektive”Rachel Carson Center (Munich) and University ofMunich, Munich3-5 March 2011.

6. Organisation of Congress: 28th conference of the International Commission on the Anthropology of food “Fish and Seafood Anthropological and nutritional perspectives” in Kamilari 31 May–6 June 2009. With Prof. Xirotiris (Demokritus University of Thrace), Prof. Matala (Harokopio University of Athens), Prof. Galanidou(University of Crete).

7. Organisation of session Bioethics: critical Issues on Bioarcaheology today in VI World Archaeological Congress, Dublin, 29 June-4 July 2008. With Prof.Heather Gill-Robinson (North Dakota State University, USA).

8. OrganisationWorkshop “DiagnostikübungenanSkelettenausTomils/SognMurezi, Graubünden/CH„colloquium (Klinisch Paläopathologisches Kolloquium) of the Medical School, University of Zurich, in Basel June 2005 and January 2008.

GRANTS / AWARDS

2010 postdoctoral research grant Alexander v. Humboldt Foundation (2250 euro monthly).

2009 PhD chosen for the 3ο scientific festival BASECAMP 09. Prsenation of a ppt presentation for the everyday life in Medieval Swiss Alps for 6 months in the Natural History Museums of (Bern, Chur, Lugano, Neuenburg, Zurich, Geneve). Organisation of Akademie der Naturwissen-schaften Schweiz andfoundation Science et Cité.

2009 University of Basel (travel grant 2000 CHF) / Swiss Anthropological Society (travel grant 500 CHF).

2008 University of Basel (travel grant 1300 CHF) / Leonhard Foundation, Basel (travel grant 2255 CHF).

2007 Leonhard Foundation, Basel (travel grant 2800 CHF) / Swiss Anthropological Society (travelgrant 1200 CHF).

2006 Three year Grant from the Firos Foundation for PhD candidates (2100 euro monthly).

1999 Award Nikolaos and Katerina Stavrou for the best diploma thesis with anthropological content in the region of Thrace– for the diploma thesis entitled «Palaeo-odontological study on a population of Crete»(1000 USD).

INVITED KEYNOTE SPEAKER

2015 Populations genetics of Mesolithic-Neolithic transition and Early Bronze Age Period in Greece, 15th Meeting of the German Anthropological Association, Munich 15-18 September 2015.

2013 Populations genetics of Mesolithic-Neolithic transition in Greece, 34th Meeting of the Greek Association for Biological Sciences, Nauplio 23-25 May 2013 (plenary lecture in memory of Prof. Kastritsis).

INVITED PRESENTATIONS TO CONFERENCES AND WORKSHOPS

2016 Population genetics of Neolithic Period in Greece and the Aegean, International Meeting: Ancient DNA analysis: A new view in the past. FORTH: Institute of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology, Heraklion, 20 Mai 2016.

2015 Ancient DNA a window to the past and future, Symposium 5 years with Myrtis: burials and everyday life in Athens 5th c BC. Acropolis Museum, Athens, 13 May 2015.

2013 Standardised osteological assessment of inhumations: skeletal preservation, databases and variables. Workshop: Preservation and representation of human bones and its importance for anthropological analysis. University of Bern, 31 Mai 2013.

2012 Genetic Approaches on the Mesolithic-Neolithic transition in Greece. International Symposium: 1912-2012: A century of research in prehistoric Macedonia, Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki, 22-24 November 2012.

2011 Hypothyroidism in Switzerland from an anthropological, clinical and historic perspective (Panel organiser) In Workshop ‘A peste, fame et bello libra nos, Domine! Disease, hunger, war and religion from an archaeological, historical and anthropological perspective’. Rachel Carson Center and University of Munich, 3-5 March 2011.

2009 Papageorgopoulou C. Die mittelalterlichen Menschen von Tomils, Sogn Murezi: Archäo- anthropologische Untersuchung der Bestattungen des 11.-15. Jahrhunderts. Foundation Johann Martin von Planta, Fürstenau, 26 Februar, 2009.

2007 Papageorgopoulou C. «New methods in bone histology» University of Tübingen, Institut für Ur- und Frühgeschichte und Archäologie des Mittelalters / Abteilung Ältere Urgeschichte und Quartärökologie.

INDEPENDENT STUDY OF SKELETAL MATERIAL

2009 Participation in research program of the Unité de médecine forensique, Centre Universitaire Romand de Médicine Légale, Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Vaudois Lausanne aiming to the electronic database of human cadavers VIRTOPSY.

2009 Co-operation with Professor Ulrich Woitek, Institut für Empirische Wirtschaftsforschung, Universität Irchel, Zürich, aiming to the study of interactions between economical parameters and the somatometrical characteristics with emphasis to the stature of archaeological and historical populations.

2008 St. Lorenz, Paspels, Graubünden, Switzerland (12 c. AD), study of the skeletal material (50 skeletons).

2008 Roveredo, Valasc, Graubünden, Switzerland (12 c. AD), study of the skeletal material (35 skeletons).

2008 Application of Peripheral Quantitative Computed Tomography (pqCT) fort he study of osteoporosis on archaeological (Tomils / Sogn Murezi, Graubünden, 11-15 c. AD) and modern (Galler pathological reference series) skeletal material.

2008 Luyba, mammoth 40.000 years, histological analysis.

2007 Domat/Ems, Graubünden, Graubünden, Switzerland (18ο c. AD), study of the skeletal material (mass grave 35 skeletons).

2006-2008 University of Zurich, study of microfractures as signs of muskuloskeletal stress markers.

2006-2007 University of Zurich, Application of Confocal Laser Scanning Microscopy on anthropological material.

2004-2007 Τomils/Sogn Murezi, Graubünden, Switzerland (10-15 c. AD), study of the skeletal material (404 skeletons).

2004-2005 Cemetery of Souroti, Thessaloniki (6 c. BC) study of the skeletal material (100 skeletons).

2005 Cemetery Melenikou, Thessaloniki (Roman Period) study of the skeletal material (28 skeletons).

2004 Mesocco/Bennabia, Graubünden, Switzerland (10-15 c AD.), study of the skeletal material (12 skeletons).

2004 Dolmengrab, Aesch, Baselland, Switzerland (2600-2400 BC), study of the skeletal material (mass grave 47 skeletons).

2004 Mustair St. Johahn, Graubünden, Switzerland (UNESCO World Heritage), construction of the database for the statistical analysis of the animal bones (around 30.000 bones).

2003-2004 Riaz/Tonche-Bélon, Freiburg, Switzerland (6 c AD), study of the skeletal material (400 skeletons).

2003 Cemetery Ν. Philadelphia, Thessaloniki (9 –4 c. BC), study of the skeletal material (212 skeletons).

2002 Gu Sus, Freiburg, Switzerland (6 c. AD), study of the skeletal material (412 skeletons).

2002 Lütisburg, St. Michael, St. Gallen, Switzerland (6 c. AD), study of the skeletal material (54 skeletons).

2000-2002 Koritiani, Igoumenitsa, Greece (10ος c AD.), study of the skeletal material (202 skeletons).

1998-1999 Matala, Herklion, Creta (roman period), study of the odontological metrial (106 skeletons).

PUBLICATIONS IN PEER-REVIEWED JOURNALS

1. Silva NM, Kreutzer S, Papageorgopoulou C, Currat M. (2016). Effect of population structure and migration when investigating genetic continuity using ancient DNA. bioRxiv 052548. http://biorxiv.org/content/early/2016/05/10/052548.abstract (Accessed May 18, 2016).

2. Haeusler M, Haas C, Lösch S, Moghaddam N, Villa I, Walsh S, Kayser M, Seiler R, Ruehli F, Janosa M, Papageorgopoulou C. (2016). Multidisciplinary identification of the controversial freedom fighter Jörg Jenatsch, assassinated 1639 in Chur, Switzerland. in review PlosOne

3. Chovalopoulou M, Bertsatos A, Papageorgopoulou C. (2016). Age-related changes in the craniofacial region in a modern Greek population sample of known age and sex. Int J Legal Med (in press)

4. Chovalopoulou M, Papageorgopoulou C, Bertsatos A. (2016). Cranium asymmetry in a modern Greek population sample of known age and sex. Int J Legal Med doi 10.1007/s00414-016-1430-4

5. Hofmanová Z, Kreutzer S, Hellenthal G, Sell C, Diekmann Z, Díez del Molino D, van Dorp L,López S, Kousathanas A, Link V, Kirsanow K, Cassidy L, Martiniano R, Strobel M, Scheu A, Kotsakis K, Halstead P, Triantaphyllou S, Kyparissi-Apostolika N, Urem-Kotsou DC, Ziota C, Adaktylou F, Gopalan S, Bobo DM, Winkelbach L,Blöcher J, Unterländer M,Leuenberger C, Çilingiroğlu C, Horejs B, Gerritsen F, Shennan S, Bradley DB, Currat M, Veeramah C, Wegmann D,Thomas MG, Papageorgopoulou C, Burger C. (2016).Early farmers from across Europe directly descended from Neolithic Aegeans. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 113: 6886–6891.

6. Alterauge A, Papageorgopoulou C. (2016) Anthropologische Untersuchung der Bestattungen aus dem Innenraum der Kirche St. Peter von Mistail in Alvaschein, Kanton Graubünden. Jahresbericht des Archäologischen Dienstes Graubünden (in press)

7. Papageorgopoulou C ,Shved N, Wanek J, Rühli FJ. (2015) Modeling Ancient Egyptian Mummification on Fresh Human Tissue: Macroscopic and Histological Aspects. Anatomical Record Advances in Integrative Anatomy and Evolutionary Biology 298, 974-987.

8. Papageorgopoulou C, Link K, Rühli FJ. (2015) Histology of a woolly mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius) preserved in permafrost, Yamal Peninsula, northwest Siberia. Anatomical Record Advances in Integrative Anatomy and Evolutionary Biology 298, 1059-1071.

9. Shved N, Haas C,Papageorgopoulou C, Akguel G, Paulsen K, Bouwman A, Warinner C, Rühli F. (2014) Post mortem DNA degradation of human tissue experimentally mummified in salt. PLoS One. 2014 Oct 22;9(10):e110753. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0110753. eCollection 2014.

10. Haas C, Shved N,Rühli F, Papageorgopoulou C, Krawczak M, Purps J, Willuweit S, Roewer L. (2013) Y-chromosomal analysis of skeletal remains of Swiss national hero JörgJenatsch. Forensic Science International-Genetics 7:610-617 doi: 10.1016/j.fsigen.2013.08.006.

11. Papageorgopoulou C (2013) Short report: Standardised osteological assessment of inhumations: skeletal preservation, databases and variables. Bulletin der SchweizerischenGesellschaftfür Anthropologie,19: 9-15.

12. Studer C, Papageorgopoulou C (2013) Der Friedhof im Benediktiner kloster St . Martin in Disentis /Mustér – die anthropologische Untersuchung. Jahresbericht des Archäologischen Dienstes Graubünden 39-57.

13. Panzer S, Borumandi F, Wanek J, Papageorgopoulou C, Shved N, Colacicco J, Rühli JF (2013) “Modeling ancient Egyptian embalming”: radiological assessment of experimentally mummified human tissue by CT and MRI. Skeletal Radiology42:1527-35.

14. de Froidmont S,Grabherr S,Vaucher P,De Cesare M, Egger C, Papageorgopoulou C , Roth V , Morand G,Mangin P, Uldin T. (2012) Virtual anthropology: A comparison between the performance of conventional X-ray and MDCT in investigating the trabecular structure of long bones. Forensic Science International225:53-9.

15. Bianucci R., Brothwell D., van der SandenW., Papageorgopoulou C., Gostner P., Pernter P., Egarter-Vigl E., Maixner F., Janko M., Piombino-Mascali D., Mattutino G., Rühli F., Zink A. (2012) A Possible Case of Dyschondrosteosis in a Bog Body from the Netherlands . Journal of Archaeology in the Low Countries4: 37-64.

16. Papageorgopoulou C., Suter S., Rühli F., Siegmund F. (2011) Harris Lines Revisited: Prevalence, co-morbidities and possible aetiologies. American Journal of Human Biology, 23: 381-91.

17. Siegmund F., Papageorgopoulou C. (2011) Body Mass and Body Mass Index estimation in medieval Switzerland. Bulletin der Schweizerischen Gesellschaft für Anthropologie, 17: 35-44.

18. Papageorgopoulou C., Siegmund F., d’Eyrames G., Roth V., Wenk A. (2010) Poschiavo, Oratorio S. Anna: Anthropologische Untersuchungen an den neuzeitlichen Schädeln aus dem Beinhaus. Jahresbericht des Archäologischen Dienstes Graubünden 2009: 44-69.

19. Papageorgopoulou C., Rentsch K., Raghavan M., Hofmann MI., Colacicco G., Gallien V., Bianucci R., Rühli F. (2010) Preservation of cell structures in a medieval infant brain: a paleohistological, paleogenetic, radiological and physico-chemical study. NeuroImage, 50: 893-901.

20. Pally B., Seifert M., Papageorgopoulou C. (2010) Zu alten und neuen Grabfunden in Casti-Wergenstein. Jahresbericht des Archäologischen Dienstes Graubünden2009: 31-43.

21. Hofmann MI.*, Papageorgopoulou C.*,Böni T., Rühli F. (2010) Two case examples of pelvic fractures in medieval populations from central Europe. Journal of Anthropological Sciences, 88: 179-188.*equal contribution

22. Papageorgopoulou C., Kuhn G., Ziegler U., J. Rühli F. (2010) Diagnostic Morphometric Applicability of Confocal Laser Scanning Microscopy in Osteoarchaeology. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, 20: 708-718.

23. D’eyrames G., Siegmund F., Papageorgopoulou C. (2009) Discriminant function analysis versus morphognostic sex determination of 637 crania from the Poschiavo ossuary. Bulletin der SchweizerischenGesellschaftfür Anthropologie, 15: 57–63.

24. Siegmund F., Papageorgopoulou C. (2009) Upgrading calculation methods for age estimation from cranial sutures in 594 crania from the Poschiavo ossuary. Bulletin der SchweizerischenGesellschaftfür Anthropologie, 15: 45–55.

25. Papageorgopoulou C., Iten P.X., Baumgartner M.R., Schmid M. and Rühli F. (2009) Indications of embalming in Roman Greece by physical, chemical and histological analysis. Journal of Archaeological Science, 36: 35-42.

26. Suter S., Harders M., Papageorgopoulou C., Kuhn G., Székely G. and Rühli F. (2008) Standardized and Automatic Harris Lines Detection. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 137, 362-366.

27. Rageth Berther ,Papageorgopoulou C. and Seifert M. (2008) Domat/Ems, Tuleu bel: Rätsel um historisches Massengrab gelöst. Jahresbericht des Archäologischen Dienstes Graubünden2007: 25-36.

28. Caduff Br. andPapageorgopoulou C. (2006) Römische Siedlungsreste und früh-/hochmittelalterliche Gräber in Mesocco, Benabbia. Jahresbericht des Archäologischen Dienstes Graubünden2005: 21

BOOKS

29. Papageorgopoulou, Moraitis, Nikita, Eliopoulos, Vika (2016) Themes of skeletal anthropology, taphonomy and bioarchaeology. Greek ACademic Textsbooks ISBN 978-960-603-468-8 (500 pages). https://repository.kallipos.gr/handle/11419/4761

BOOK CHAPTERS / EDITED VOLUMES

30. Papageorgopoulou C. 2015. Anthropologische Auswertung der menschliche Skelettreste. In Graenert Gabriele. Die früh- und hochmittelalterlichen Bestattungen vo Gumefens/Sus Fey (Freiburg, Schweiz) Die Ausgrabungen 1979-1980. Academic Press Fribourg, Freiburger Archaeologie 24, 81-195.

31. Παπαγεωργοπούλου Χ. (2014) Αρχαίο DNA: εφαρμογές, προοπτικές, περιορισμοί. Στο Λ. Στεφανή, Ν. Μερούσης, Α. Δημουλά (επιμ.), Εκατό χρόνια έρευνας στη Προϊστορική Μακεδονία 1912-2012, Πρακτικά Διεθνούς Συνεδρίου, 22-24 Νοεμβρίου 2012, Αρχαιολογικό Μουσείο Θεσσαλονίκης, εκδόσεις Ζήτη, Θεσσαλονίκη, 477-488.

32. Papageorgopoulou C. (2014) Die Anthropologische Untersuchung von Jürg Jenatsch

In: Manuel Janosa (Ed.) Unter der Orgl begraben, das Grab der Jürg Jenatsch in der Kathedrale zu Chur, Archäeologischer Dienst Garubünden, Somedia Bucherverlag, Chur, 19-42.

33. Papageorgopoulou C. (2013) Denisovan the finding that changes the tree of human evolution. In: Valakos, Papageorgopoulou, Paulakis (ed.) Biological Anthropology. Utopia, Athens, 403-408. (in Greek)

34. Papageorgopoulou C. (2013) Harris Lines. In Hermanussen M (ed.) Auxology Studying Human Growth and Development. Schweizerbart, Stuttgart, 154-155.

35. Wanek J., Papageorgopoulou C., Rühli F. (2012) Fundamentals of Paleoimaging Techniques: Bridging the gap between physicists and paleopathologists. In: Grauer AL (ed.) Companion to Paleopathology. Wiley–Liss, Inc. New York, 324-338.

36. Papageorgopoulou C., Staub K., Rühli F. (2012) Hypothyroidism in Switzerland from an anthropological, clinical and historic perspective. In: Harbeck M, Heyking v. K, Schwarzberg H (eds). Sickness, Hunger, War and Religion. Series: Rachel Carson Center Perspectives, Munich, 75-90 .

37. Janosa M., Papageorgopoulou C. (2012), Die Sippengruft der Marmels in der Pfarrkirche St. Blasius zu Tinizong. In: Jecklin-Tischhauser U, Frascoli L, Janosa M (eds). Die Burg Marmels: Eine bündnerische Balmburg im Spiegel von Archäologie und Geschichte. Schweizer Beiträge zur Kulturgeschichte und Archäologie des Mittelalters 40. Basel: Schweizerischer Burgenverein 2012. pp. 239-261.

38. Papageorgopoulou C., Xirotiris N.I. (2008) Anthropological research on a Byzantine population from Korytiani, West Greece. In: New Directions in the Skeletal Biology of Greece, Eds. Schepartz, L.A., Fox, S.C. and Bourbou, C. Princeton, New Jersey: American School of Archaeology at Athens, Occasional Wiener Laboratory Series, 189-217.

39. Milka E., Papageorgopoulou C., (2004) Ανθρωπολογική μελέτη στον πληθυσμό της Νέας Φιλαδέλφειας (Anthropological study of the population of N. Philadelfeia). In: Ανθρωπολογικές μελέτες από την Βόρεια Ελλάδα (anthropological research in North Greece), Grammenos D., Triantafyllou S. (eds). Thessaloniki: Publications of the Archaeological Institute of Northern Greece Nr. 5, Vol.I. 272-505 (in Greek).

40. Κaufmann B. andPapageorgopoulou C. (2002) Ergebnis der Spurenelementuntersuchungen, In: Die Pfarrkirche in Maisprach: Ergebnisse der archäologischen Untersuchungen, Eds. Schmaedecke, M. Liestal/Schweiz: Archäologie und KantonsmuseumBaselland Band 45.

41. Papageorgopoulou C., Xirotiris Ν.Ι., Simitopolou Κ. (2001) Anthropological Research on Skeletal Material from a Byzantine Cemetery from Epirus, with special Attention on Dietary Patterns. In: Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on Trace Elements in Human: New Perspectives. Athens, 432-439.

EDITING / TRANSLATIONS

42. Valakos E., Papageorgopoulou C., Paulakis P. (2013) Biological Anthropology(author: Augustin Fuentes). Greek Publisher UTOPIA,500 pages. (Translation and editing)

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

1. Chovalopoulou M, Papageorgopoulou C, Bertsatos A. (2016) Cranium asymmetry in a modern Greek population sample of known age and sex. 37 th Meeting of the Greek Association for Biological Sciences, Kavala, May 2016.

2. Chovalopoulou M, Bertsatos A, Papageorgopoulou C. (2016) Age-related changes in the craniofacial region in a modern Greek population sample of known age and sex. 37th Meeting of the Greek Association for Biological Sciences, Kavala, May 2016.

3. Koukli M., Siegmund F., Papageorgopoulou C. (2016) Methodological aspects of stature estimation on Roman population from Northern Greece 136-330 AD. 37 th Meeting of the Greek Association for Biological Sciences, Kavala, May 2016.

4. Christina Papageorgopoulou, Zuzana Hofmanová, Susanne Kreutzer, Garrett Hellenthal, Christian Sell, Yoan Diekmann, David Díez­ del­ Molino, Lucy van Dorp, Saioa López, Athanasios Kousathanas, Vivian Link, Karola Kirsanow, Lara M. Cassidy, Rui Martiniano, Melanie Strobel, Amelie Scheu, Kostas Kotsakis, Paul Halstead, Sevi Triantaphyllou, Nina Kyparissi­-Apostolika, Dushanka­ Urem-­Kotsou, Christina Ziota, Fotini Adaktylou, Shyamalika Gopalan, Dean M. Bobo, Laura Winkelbach, Jens Blöcher, Martina Unterländer, Christoph Leuenberger, Çiler Çilingiroğlu, Barbara Horejs, Fokke Gerritsen, Stephen Shennan, Daniel G. Bradley, Mathias Currat, Krishna R. Veeramah, Daniel Wegmann, Mark G. Thomas, Joachim Burger., 2016 Population genetics of Neolithic Period in southeastern Europe: first genomes from Greece. 37th Meeting of the Greek Association for Biological Sciences, Kavala, May 2016.

5. Christina Papageorgopoulou, Zuzana Hofmanová, Susanne Kreutzer, et al. (2016) Population genetics of Neolithic Period in southeastern Europe: first genomes from Greece. Archaeological Work on Macedonia and Thrace, Thessaloniki, March 2016.

6. Unterländer M, Kreutzer S, Papageorgopoulou C. (2015) Insight into the origin of Aegean palatial civilizations from mitochondrial DNA analyses. International Workshop entitled: Ancient DNA: a window to the Past and Future. Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki, 30 July2015.

7. Kreutzer S, Burger B., Papageorgopoulou C. (2015) Population Genetics of the Greek Neolithic. International Workshop entitled: Ancient DNA: a window to the Past and Future. Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki, 30 July2015.

8. Unterländer M, Kreutzer S, Papageorgopoulou C. (2015) The origins of the Aegean palatial civilizations from a population genetic perspective. 84th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropology, St. Louis, USA, March 2015.

9. Unterländer M, Kreutzer S, Papageorgopoulou C. (2014) The origins of the Aegean palatial civilizations from a population genetic perspective.6th International Symposium on Biomolecular Archaeology, Basel-Switzerland, August 27-30 2014.

10. Papageorgopoulou C. Kreutzer S. Burger J.(2014)Population genetics of the Mesolithic-Neolithic transition in Greece. Humboldt Kolleg: Northern Greece and the Southeastern Europe during the Neolithic. An interaction Zone, Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki, 26-29 June 2014.

11. Link K, PapageorgopoulouC,Gutteck U, Müller D, Rühli F, Van Hove M, Bianucci R (2013) Investigations of Mediaeval Mummified Brains Found in Belgium Using Chemical, Radiological and Histological Techniques. VIIΙ World Congress on mummy studies, Rio de Janeiro-Brazil, August 6-9 2013.

12. Link K, PapageorgopoulouC,Rühli F, Van Hove M, Bianucci R (2012) Chemical, Radiological and Histological Investigations of Mediaeval Mummified Brains Found in Belgium. 19th European Meeting of the Paleopathology Association, Lille, France 27-30 August, 2012.

13. Papageorgopoulou C,Siegmund F (2011) Body Mass and Body Mass Index estimation in medieval Switzerland9. Internationaler Kongress der Gesellschaft für Anthropologie (GfA), Schleswig-Holstein, 12–16September 2011.

14. Link Κ, Papageorgopoulou C, RühliF (2011) Ice mummy Lyuba (41,910 BP), a baby woolly mammoth (Mammuthusprimigenius Blumenbach, 1799): histological comparison with the African elephant (Loxodontaafricana). 2nd Bolzano Mummy Congress, Bolzano, Italy, 20-22 October 2011.

15. Papageorgopoulou C, Shved N, Rühli F (2011) Post-mortem alterations of mummified human tissue under experiment setting. VII World mummy congress, San Diego, California USA, 12-16 June 2011.

16. Papageorgopoulou C, Shved N, Wanek J, Colaccico J, Rühli F (2011) Modeling ancient Egyptian mummification method using evidence based methodology: histological analysis. VII World mummy congress, San Diego, California USA, 12-16 June 2011.

17. ShvedN, Papageorgopoulou C, Paulsen K, Haas C, Rühli F (2011) Swiss mummy project: experimental human tissue mummification and post-mortem DNA degradation.VII World mummy congress, San Diego, USA, 12-16 June 2011.

18. Bianucci R, Brothwell D, van der sanden W, Papageorgopoulou C et al. (2011) Evidence of dyschondrosteosis and dicrocoeliasis in a bog body from the Netherlands.VII World mummy congress San Diego, California USA, 12-16 June 2011.

19. Gallien V, PapageorgopoulouC, Bianucci R, Dietrich A, Guillon F, Rentsch K, Raghavan M, Maria-Ines Hofmann, Colacicco G, Ruhli F (2011) A medieval infant burial from Quimper (Bretagne- France): an example of brain preservation in wetland. VII World mummy congress San Diego, California USA, 12-16 June 2011.

20. Papageorgopoulou C (2011) Hypothyroidism in Switzerland from an anthropological perspective.International Workshop Rachel Carson Center (Munich) and University of Munich title: A peste, fame et bello libranos, Domine! Krankheit, Hunger, Krieg und Religion aus archäologischer, historischer und anthropologischer Perspektive, Munich3-5 March 2011.

21. Siegmund F, Papageorgopoulou C (2011) Body Mass Index estimation in central European populations (5000 BC–7th c. AD).80th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropology, Minneapolis, USA, 13-16 April 2011.

22. Papageorgopoulou C, Rühli F, Siegmund F, Woitek U (2010) Assessing dental health predictors in a Swiss medieval population by a spatial probit model.79th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropology, Albuquerque, USA 14-17 April 2010.

23. Siegmund F, Papageorgopoulou C (2010) Stature estimation in central Europe (5000 BC–7th c. AD): methodological considerations and diachronic trends.79th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropology, Albuquerque, USA, 14-17 April 2010.

24. Studer C, Siegmund F, d’ Eyrames D, Roth V, Wenk A, Papageorgopoulou C (2010) Stature estimation from cranial measurements in archaeological and modern populations of Switzerland.79th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropology, Albuquerque, USA, 14-17 April 2010.

25. Wenk A, Siegmund F, d’ Eyrames G, Roth V, Studer C, Papageorgopoulou C (2010) High incidence of craniosynostosis in a large ossuary collection from Switzerland (17th-19th c. AD).79th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropology,Alburqueque, USA, 14-17 April 2010.

26. Shved N, Papageorgopoulou C, Wanek J, Colacicco G, Rühli F (2010) Swiss Mummy Project: Experimental mummification of fresh human limbs. 79th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropology,Alburqueque, USA, 14-17 April 2010.

27. Hofmann MI, Papageorgopoulou C, Böni T, Rühli F (2010) Two case examples of pelvic fractures in medieval populations from central Europe.37th Meeting of the Paleopathology Association, Albuquerque, USA, 13-14 April 2010.

28. Siegmund F, Papageorgopoulou C (2010) Stature estimation in central Europe (5000 BC–7th c. AD): methodological considerations and diachronic trends.Annual Meeting of the Swiss Anthropological Association, Zurich, 23 October 2010.

29. Papageorgopoulou, C. (2009) Hypothyroidism in alpine medieval Switzerland.78th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropology, Chicago, USA, 1-4April 2009.

30. Pageorgopoulou, C., Suter, S., Böni, T. and Rühli F. (2009) Harris lines re-evaluated: limits and perspectives. 36 th Annual Meeting of the Paleopathology Association, Chicago, USA, 31 March- 1 April 2009.

31. Papageorgopoulou, C., Rühli, F., Hofmann, M.I., G., Colaccico, V., Gallien, R., Bianucci (2009) Multidisciplinary study of a French medieval infant brain.1st Bolzano mummy congress, Bolzano, Italy, 19-21 March 2009.

32. Papageorgopoulou C. (2009) Population history, health status and daily life of medieval Tomils (Graubünden, Switzerland): an archaeo-anthropological approach.Annual Meeting of the Swiss anthropological Association, Solothurn, 24th October 2009.

33. Papageorgopoulou C., d’ Eyrames G., Roth V., Studer C., Wenk A., SiegmundF.Solothurn (2009) The Poschiavo ossuary (18th-19th c. AD, Graubünden, Switzerland): project overview and anthropological results.Annual Meeting of the Swiss anthropological Association Solothurn, 24th October 2009.

34. Siegmund F., d’ Eyrames G., Roth V., Studer C., Wenk A., Papageorgopoulou C. (2009) Comparing calculation methods for age estimation from cranial sutures in 637 crania from the Poschiavo ossuary. Annual Meeting of the Swiss anthropological Association, Solothurn, 24th October 2009.

35. d’ Eyrames G., Siegmund F., Roth V., Studer C., Wenk A., Papageorgopoulou C. (2009) Discriminant functions versus morphognostic sex determination of 637 crania from the Poschiavo ossuary . Annual Meeting of the Swiss anthropological Association, Solothurn, 24th October 2009.

36. Roth V., Siegmund F., d’ Eyrames G., Studer C., Wenk A., Papageorgopoulou C. (2009)Metric assessment of the ‘‘foramen magnum’’ for sex determination.Annual Meeting of the Swiss anthropological Association, Solothurn, 24 th October 2009.

37. Studer C., Siegmund F., d’ Eyrames G., Roth V., Wenk A., Papageorgopoulou C., (2009) Stature estimation from cranial measurements in archaeological and modern populations of Switzerland. Annual Meeting of the Swiss anthropological Association, Solothurn, 24th October 2009.

38. Wenk A., Siegmund F., d’ Eyrames G., Roth V., Studer C., Papageorgopoulou C. (2009) Craniosynostosis in skeletal material from Graubünden (Switzerland): case studies.Annual Meeting of the Swiss anthropological Association, Solothurn, 24th October 2009.

39. Papageorgopoulou C.,Rühli F., Siegmund F., Woitek U. (2009) Living standards in a Swiss medieval population assessed by the probit model . 8. Kongress der Gesellschaft für Anthropologie "Kernkompetenzen einer Brückenwissenschaft“ Munich, Germany, 15-18 September 2009.

40. Papageorgopoulou C.,Shved N., Wanek J., Colacicco G., Rühli F. (2009) Swiss Mummy Project: Experimental mummification of fresh human tissue. Annual meeting of the Swiss Association of Anatomy, Histology and Embryology, Laussane, 2009.

41. Gill-Robinson, H., Papageorgopoulou C. (2008) Bioethics: critical issues in bioarchaeology today.6th World Archaeological Congress, Dublin, Ireland, 29 June-4 July 2008.

42. Papageorgopoulou, P. (2008) Human biological remains sine qua non for the scientific progress.6th World Archaeological Congress, Dublin, Ireland, 29 June-4 July 2008.

43. Papageorgopoulou C. (2008) High incidence of developmental hip dysplasia on a Medieval alpine population from Switzerland.35 th Annual Meeting of the Paleopathology Association, Columbus, USA, 14-15April.

44. Rühli, F., Kuhn, G., von Waldburg, H., Speier, P., Nielles-Vallespin, S. and Papageorgopoulou, C. (2008)New diagnostic frontiers in imaging bone anatomy and pathology by synchrotron light, confocal laser scanning microscopy and clinical MRI. 77 th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropology, Columbus, USA, 14-15April 2008.

45. Papageorgopoulou C. and Rühli F. (2008) Projects of the group applied AnatomyAnnual Meeting of the Swiss anthropological Association, Vaduz, Lichtenstein, 15 November 2008.

46. Uldin T., Papageorgopoulou C., Siegmund F. (2008) Das “Zertifikat Archäo-Anthropologie” an der Universität Basel: Resümee nach 6 Semestern Lehre. Annual Meeting of the Swiss anthropological Association, Vaduz, Lichtenstein, 15 November 2008.

47. Papageorgopoulou C. (2007) Limits and Perspectives of Harris lines studies in archaeological skeletal material: Example of a medieval alpine population from Switzerland.3. praktische Workshop "EvolutionäreMedizin" Harris Lines – gestressteStressmarker.

48. Papageorgopoulou C., N.I. Xirotiris, P.X. Iten, M.R. Baumgartner, M. Schmid, Ph. Ott& F. Rühli (2007). The potential of forensic and anthropological research for reconstructing burial practices – case study. Deutsche Gesellschaft für Ur- und Frühgeschichte & Schweizerische Gesellschaft für Anthropologie „Lasst Knochen sprechen: Archäo-Anthropologie heute“, Basel, June, 2007.

49. Papageorgopoulou C. (2007) The application of metric and epigenetic traits to bioarchaeological studies.Deutsche Gesellschaft für Ur- und Frühgeschichte & Schweizerische Gesellschaft für Anthropologie „Lasst Knochen sprechen: Archäo-Anthropologie heute“ Basel, June, 2007.

50. Papageorgopoulou C., Ziegler U. and Rühli F. (2007) Applicability of confocal laser scanning microscopy for anthropological research. 76th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropology, Philadelphia, 28-31 March 2007.

51. Papageorgopoulou, C., Xirotiris, N.I., Iten, P.X., Baumgartner, M.R., Schmid, M. and Rühli F. (2007) A partially mummified Hellenistic lady (ca. 300 AD). Program and abstracts of the VI World Congress on Mummy Studies, Lanzerote, Spain, Februar 2007.

52. Papageorgopoulou, C. (2007) Isolated populations: the case of Tomils.XXVIIIème colloque du Groupement des Anthropologistes de Langue Française „Peuplements et environnements du Néolithique à nos jours" Geneva, Schweiz, June 2007.

53. Papageorgopoulou, C., Ziegler, U. and Rühli, F. (2007) Impact and pitfalls of conventional and confocal light microscopy on historical skeletal material.7.Kongress der Gesellschaft für Anthropologie „Anthropologie-Eine Wissenschaft in der Öffentlichkeit“, Freibourg, Germany, September 2007.

54. Suter, S., Harders, M., Kuhn, G., Papageorgopoulou, C., Székely, G. and Rühli, F. (2007) Algorithm for Semi-Automatic Detection and Computational Analysis of Harris Lines in X-Ray Images.7. Kongress der Gesellschaft für Anthropologie „Anthropologie - Eine Wissenschaft in der Öffentlichkeit, Freibourg, Germany, September 2007.

55. Papageorgopoulou C., Ziegler U., Kaufmann B. and Rühli F. (2006) Historic bone microdamage visualized by confocal laser scanning microscopy: Is there a connection between mechanical stress, strong muscle attachments and bone microdamage? 16th Paleopathology Association European Meeting, Santorini, Greece, August 28 -September 1 2006.

56. Papageorgopoulou C. (2005) Biohistory of the Population of Graubünden-CH - Preliminary Report.6. Kongress der Gesellschaft für Anthropologie „Facetten der modernen Anthropologie“ Munich, Germany, September 2005.

57. Papageorgopoulou, C., Xirotiris, N.I., Simitopoulou, K (2004) Lead Contamination on Skeletal Material: the Use of Trace Elements in Toxicology.2nd Annual Meeting of the Balkan Academy of Forensic Sciences, Serres, Greece, June 2004.

58. Papageorgopoulou, C. and Xirotiris, N.I. (2004) Paleopathological Study of Dental Disease on a Greek Byzantine Population.14 th International Congress of European Anthropological Association “Human variability: a bridge between sciences and humanities” Komotini, Greece, August 2004.

59. Papageorgopoulou, C. and Xirotiris N.I. (2004) Degenerative Joint Disease of the Spine in Byzantine Population from Western Greece.14th International Congress of European Anthropological Association “Human variability: a bridge between sciences and humanities” Komotini, Greece, August 2004, 38.

60. Papageorgopoulou, C., Xirotiris, N.I. and Simitopoulou, K. (2004) Multi-element Studies of Diagenesis on Byzantine Skeletal Remains from Western Greece. 14th International Congress of European Anthropological Association “Human variability: a bridge between sciences and humanities” Komotini, Greece, August 2004, 57.

61. Papageorgopoulou, C., Xirotiris, Ν.Ι. and Simitopolou, Κ. (2001) Anthropological Research on Skeletal Material from a Byzantine Cemetery from Epirus, with special Attention on Dietary Patterns. 3rd International Symposium on Trace Elements in Humans: New Perspectives, Athens, Greece, June 2001, 432-439.