Plomariti Christina graduated from the Physics department of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in 2015. She has a master’s in medical informatics and her thesis was "A neurophysiological investigation of the effectiveness of web-exergaming based cognitive/physical training in schizophrenic patients". Since 2009 she works as an instructor in physics and mathematics. Since January 2018 she is a research associate in the Lab of Medical Physics in Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in "Smoke free Brain", "Anapneo" and “CoviRR” project. Also, she participates in a research that aims to examine the effect of microgravity in the quality of sleep, held in Medical Physics Lab. Christina has one scientific publication and six conferences presentations. She is an expert user of the English language. Christina’s skills involve the use of MATLAB and toolboxes (Brainstorm and sLORETA for cortical activations estimation, EegLab for EEG analysis, Network based statistics for functional connectivity, BrainNet for visualization), EEG analysis and feature extraction, Independent Component Analysis (ICA), Graph theory implementation (Brain Connectivity toolbox), Resting State Networks identification and analysis, EEG acquisition (wake and sleep), Brain functional connectivity analysis, Writing of scientific reports and proposal. Christina won 1st place in International Nasa app challenge Thessaloniki 2018. Her future plans include obtaining a doctoral diploma in the field of Neuroscience.