LAW researcher selected for US scholar in residence program
Theodosia Stavroulaki, second year researcher in Law, has been selected for the American Bar Associations’ Section of Antitrust Law International Scholar in Residence Program (SAL SIR), in the United States. The award is granted to up to two scholars pursuing competition policy-related research, each year. Selected academics are invited to the US to conduct research, meet and interact with members of the U.S. antitrust community, and attend the annual Spring Meeting in Washington, D.C.
Theodosia, who is working with Professor Giorgio Monti on a thesis entitled ‘The integration of healthcare quality under a competition law analysis: current challenges and proposals for further development’, will use her award to conduct research in the Federal Trade Commission, and at Georgetown University, this spring.