Education in veterinary anatomy
Courses and labs (including dissections) of Anatomy (macroscopic and microscopic) and Embryology of domestic animals at the students of 2nd and 3rd semester, School of Veterinary Medicine, Faculty of Health Sciences, AUTh (2003-present)
Courses and labs of Animal Anatomy and Physiology at the 5th semester animal production specialty students of School of Agriculture, AUTh (2009 – 2013)
Labs of Live Anatomy of domestic animals at the students of 1st semester, School of Veterinary Medicine, Faculty of Health Sciences, AUTh (2007 – present)
Courses of Anatomy, Clinical Diagnosis and Basics of Medicine at the students of the private Institute PASTEUR, Thessaloniki, Greece (1991 – 1992)
Courses of Topographic Anatomy at the students of Post-graduate studies (at Master’s level) with specialization to Farming and Pathology of Productive Animals, Sch. of Veterinary Medicine, Fac. of Health Sciences, AUTh (2006 – 2014)
Courses at workshops and seminars
Lecture and practical on the “Obtaining samples for histological examination” in the conference organized by the International Veterinary Students Association (IVSA), May 2019, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, AUTh, University Campus
COST seminar FAI 207 Training School: Histology, histopathology and immunohistopathology of infectious bronchitis (IB), 17-19 March 2015 entitled: «Histological appearance of tissue related to corona virus infection in domestic animals, with reference to avian histology»
Member of Advisory and Examining Committees
Member of the Ph.D. Advisory Committee for the veterinarian Athanassios Siasios with the title: “Comparative study of adrenal gland anatomy in different mammals”, School of Veterinary Medicine, Faculty of Health Sciences, AUTh (2017-present)
Translated book: Anatomy of domestic animals, 6th Edition, König H.E. and Liebig H.-G. Schattauer GmbH, Stuttgart/Germany, 2014. Translation: Papadopoulos G.C., Michaloudi-Pavlou E., Dori I., Pourlis A., Tsingotjidou A., Grivas I. and Bekiari C. Edition: Afoi Kyriakidi, Thessaloniki, 2018; ISBN 978-960-602-209-8. https://www.afoikyriakidi.gr/ el/anatomikh-ton-katoikidion-thilastikon
Publications in education
A.S. Tsingotjidou, G. C. Papadopoulos and C. A. Batzios (2007). “Implementation of a Quality Assurance System in Greek Higher Education”. Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Global Integration of Graduate Programmes, Vol. I, pp. 76-77.
A.S. Tsingotjidou, C. A. Batzios and G. C. Papadopoulos (2005). “International Harmonization of Veterinary Medicine Studies”. Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Global Integration of Graduate Programmes, Vol. I, pp. 18-25
A.S. Tsingotjidou, and G. C. Papadopoulos (2005). “Graduate Programs: The Neuroscience Paradigm”. Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Global Integration of Graduate Programmes, Vol. I, pp. 26-33.
Presentations in meetings
Siasios A., Tsingotjidou Α., Pourlis Α., Delis G. Grivas I. Comparative morphometric study of the adrenal glands in mouse (Mus musculus) and rats (Rattus norvegicus). 14th Hellenic Veterinary Congress, 11-13 May 2018, Thessaloniki, Greece.
Grivas Ioannis, Siasios A., Tsingotjidou Anastasia, Pourlis A. (2016). Goat and sheep: So similar, yet so different. Do adrenal glands play a role? A comparative morphometric study. EAVA & WAHVM 2016. Vienna – Austria.
Tsingotjidou Anastasia. (2010). Teaching veterinary anatomy at the Univesrity of Thessaloniki, Greece. XXVIIIth EAVA (Εuropean Association of Veterinary Anatomists) Congress. Paris – France.
2010: XXVIIIth EAVA (European Anatomists Veterinarian Association) Congress, Paris, France
2009: YGVA (Young Generation Veterinary Anatomists) Meeting, Utrecht, Netherlands
2007: Workshop on Quality Assurance, Kiev, Ukraine
2005: 3rd International Conference on Global Integration of Graduate Programmes, Irkutsk, Russia
Member of Scientific Societies
European Association of Veterinary Anatomists, up to 2011
Dissemination of scientific opinions and social contribution
Member of Tempus Project CD_JEP-24009-2003 “Computer Managed Flexible Independent Learning (COMFIL)