Natasa Pazaiti-Karamanli

Natasa Pazaiti-Karamanli (Greek: Νατάσα Παζαϊτη-Καραμανλή Natása Pazaïti-Karamanlí) Natasa Pazaiti-Karamanli is currently married to Kostas Karamanlis, the Prime Minister of Greece, with whom they have two children. She was born in Thessaloniki, where she completed her secondary education and was a member of the Greek Women Traditional Dancing Association ("Lykeio Ellinidon") for many years. According to some sources:

She is a graduate of the Department of Kindergarten Education, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.

She is a doctor, graduate of the Department of Medicine, School of Health Sciences, Aristotle University.

She holds a PhD Degree of the Department of Medicine, Aristotle University, where she completed her doctoral thesis entitled "Memory and Learning in Children with Prenatal Asphyxia."

She specialized in the Conditions of Memory and Learning at Tufts University, U.S.A. and organized the Behaviour Research Center at the Laboratory of Physiology, Aristotle University.

She has published several papers in scientific journals and congresses minutes and made a large number of announcements in Greek and international medical congresses.

In 2003 she became a mother of the twins Angeliki and Alexander.

CV in Greek

Βιογραφικό της Νατάσας Παζαΐτη στον επίσημο δικτυακό τόπο του Πρωθυπουργού

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