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Dr Helen Miliou is a Biologist (BSc 1981) with postgraduate studies in Hydrobiology (MSc 1984, PhD 1990). She works in the Department of Applied Hydrobiology, Agricultural University of Athens (A.U.A.) since 1993 and is Director of the Department since 2011. She participates in teaching of undergraduate and postgraduate courses in the Faculty of Animal Science and Aquaculture (F.A.S.A.). She has published 40 scientific papers in International Journals and has participated in 21 Conferences with 36 presentations reported in Proceedings or Books of Abstracts and to 4 Workshops with oral presentations. She is a member of the Board of AUA and Director of the Graduate Program "Farming of aquatic organisms" (F.A.S.A. – A.U.A.). Her research interests are in the field of Applied Hydrobiology and are focused on: 1) the rearing of fish, octopuses and zooplankton, 2) the study of factors affecting growth, physiology and biochemical composition of aquatic animals, 3) the study of physiological responses of fish to stress induced by handling and rearing conditions, 4) the fatty acid composition of aquatic animals in relation to diet and environmental conditions, 5) the improvement of quality in aquaculture products, 6) the welfare of aquatic animals in aquaculture, 7) the toxicity effects of pollutants on aquatic animals and 8) the population dynamics, ecology and biometry of certain aquatic animals.