Greek scientist Eleni Antoniadou took third place on the list of leading young people in the field of healthcare for 2015.
In this year’s famous list “30 Under 30,” the 27-year-old Antoniadou is featured in third place in the field of Healthcare. She is co-founder of the medical company Transplants Without Donors.
According to Forbes, “Eleni Antoniadou is chasing one of the holy grails of biotechnology: the idea of creating organs in the laboratory that could be transplanted into sick patients who need them. Her company, Transplants Without Donors has been run with tens of thousands of dollars from its founders in 2012. Now it is searching for angel investors to take it to the next level.”
Antoniadou does extensive research in nanosciences and regenerative medicine.