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Miss Matina Kouvari

Harokopio University, Athens (Greece)

Dr. Matina Kouvari (F), MSc, PhD is a Research Associate in Epidemiology at HUA and a Collaborating Researcher in Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center at Harvard Medical School. She holds a BSc in Nutrition & Dietetics from HUA, where she was ranked 1st in the class and an MSc (hons) in Clinical Nutrition from HUA. Her PhD was in CVD epidemiology and risk prediction models focusing on sex/gender differences. She has an active role in prospective epidemiological studies in CVD primary and secondary prevention spectrum. Dr Kouvari has 40 original research papers in international journals and about 100 scientific presentations in CVD and public health national and international congresses. She has participated in 8 international projects (H2020, Erasmus+, DG SANTE) in the field of public health and personalized nutrition either as a Project Manager or Research Fellow. For her academic performance she has received 6 awards and 6 fellowships.

Liver steatosis, metabolically healthy obesity and ten-year cardiovascular disease risk: results from a population based cohort study.

Event: ESC Congress 2021 - The Digital Experience

Topic: Metabolic Syndrome, Insulin, Insulin Resistance

Session: Diabetic metabolism and cardiovascular risk

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Ultra-processed foods and ten-year cardiovascular disease incidence in a Mediterranean population: results from a population-based cohort study

Event: ESC Congress 2021 - The Digital Experience

Topic: Nutrition, Malnutrition and Heart Disease

Session: Risk Factors and Prevention ePosters

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The quality of plant-based dietary patterns affects the ten-year cardiovascular disease risk of participants with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease: highlights from a population-based cohort study.

Event: ESC Congress 2021 - The Digital Experience

Topic: Nutrition, Malnutrition and Heart Disease

Session: Risk Factors and Prevention ePosters

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A-posteriori protein-rich dietary patterns and their association with ten-year transition to metabolically unhealthy status: highlights from a population-based cohort study

Event: ESC Congress 2021 - The Digital Experience

Topic: Nutrition, Malnutrition and Heart Disease

Session: Risk Factors and Prevention ePosters

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Healthful and unhealthful plant-based dietary patterns and their role on 10-year transition to metabolically unhealthy status in obese participants of the ATTICA prospective (2002-2012) study.

Event: ESC CONGRESS 2020 - The Digital Experience

Topic: Nutrition, Malnutrition and Heart Disease

Session: Nutrition, Malnutrition and Cardiovascular Disease

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The gender-specific role of prediabetes on 10-year cardiovascular disease incidence: Highlights from the ATTICA prospective (2002-2012) study.

Event: ESC CONGRESS 2020 - The Digital Experience

Topic: Diabetes and the Heart

Session: Cardiovascular Involvement in pre-Diabetes

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Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, Mediterranean diet and 10-year cardiovascular disease incidence: the mediating role of adiponectin. Highlights from the ATTICA prospective (2002-2012) study.

Event: ESC CONGRESS 2020 - The Digital Experience

Topic: Metabolic Syndrome, Insulin, Insulin Resistance

Session: Risk Factors and Prevention ePosters

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The role of triglycerides-glucose index to predict 10-year first and recurrent cardiovascular disease events: a sex-based analysis from ATTICA and GREECS prospective studies.

Event: ESC CONGRESS 2020 - The Digital Experience

Topic: Epidemiology

Session: Risk Factors and Prevention ePosters

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The effect of lipoprotein (a) on primary prevention of cardiovascular disease and the interaction with conventional lipid markers: a sex-based sensitivity analysis from a 10-year cohort study

Event: ESC CONGRESS 2019

Topic: Lipids

Session: Lipids

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Stable and temporal metabolically benign obesity and cardiovascular disease onset in males and females: the missing link with adiponectin

Event: ESC CONGRESS 2019

Topic: Obesity

Session: Obesity

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