Born in Thessaloniki, Greece. BA and MA at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece. Phd 2012: “The Linguistic Approaches of Aristotle’s Neoplatonic Commentators”, supervised by P. Kotzia (†). She has been working as a researcher at the Centre for the Greek Language since 1999 and teaches ancient Greek philosophy (Plato-Aristotle) at the Open University of Cyprus. She also is a member of the Board of the International Association “ETYGRAM” (Etymologies grecques antiques et médiévales). Her main research interests are ancient linguistics, philosophy of language, ancient logic, Neoplatonists on language and mind. Among her published works are: Α History of Ancient Greek: From the Βeginnings to Late Antiquity, in collaboration with A.-F. Christidis & M. Arapopoulou (Cambridge: CUP, 2007), “Ancient Philosophers on Language” (in collaboration with P. Kotzia), in The Encyclopedia of Ancient Greek Language and Linguistics (eds. G. Giannakis, V. Bubenik, E. Crespo, Ch. Golston, A. Lianeri, S. Luraghi, St. Matthaios, 2014, vol. I, 124-133), “Neoplatonic Commentators on Aristotle: The ‘Arbitrariness’ of the Linguistic Sign”, (in Ancient Scholarship and Grammar. Archetypes, Concepts and Contexts, eds. St. Matthaios, F. Montanari, A. Rengakos, 499-514. Trends in Classics 8. Berlin &ΝY: De Gruyter, 2011).