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Mrs. Konstantina Mylona – Giannakakou 


THESIS TITLE: “The Ethical Foundations of Genetically Modified Crops” 

Dr. Konstantina P. Mylona – Giannakakou (PhD in Ethics) was born in Athens. She holds a BA in English Studies and is an M. Phil. graduate (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens). She also holds a Master’s Degree in Business Administration (ALBA business school). For more than 18 years she has been working as a marketing and business expertise and is the co-founder of a consulting company. She has participated in World and International conferences and has published articles in academic and scientific journals and conferences in the areas of agricultural biotechnology and genetic modification. She is a member of the Executive Committee of the Greek Unit of the UNESCO Chair in Bioethics (Haifa). She is also a member of the Greek Philosophical Society, the International Association of Greek Philosophy, the American Philosophical Association as well as the International Association for Promoting Geoethics.


Email: dinmyl@ppp.uoa.gr



Konstantina Mylona-Giannakakou, “Agricultural biotechnology, genetic modification and ethical issues”. Zagreb Applied Ethics Conference 2015. Location: University of Zagreb-Center for Croatian Studies, Croatia. Date: 29 June-1 July 2015. Organizer: Society for the Advancement of Philosophy. 
Konstantina Mylona-Giannakakou, “Aristotelian teleological objections to non-sentient genetically modified organisms”. World Congress in Philosophy 2016 – The Philosophy of Aristotle. Location: School of Philosophy, National & Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece. Date: 9-15 July 2016. Organizer: International Association for Greek Philosophy.
Konstantina Mylona-Giannakakou, “Agriculture and genetic modification vs biodiversity? Challenges and prospects of a scientific-philosophical conflict”. UNESCO Chair in Bioethics 12th World Conference ―Bioethics, Medical Ethics and the Law. Location: Limassol, Cyprus. Date: 21-23 March 2017. Organizer: UNESCO Chair in Bioethics (Haifa).
Konstantina Mylona-Giannakakou, “Genome editing, justice and future generations”. World Bioethics Day 2017 – Equality, justice and Equity. Location: Athens Bar Association, Greece. Date: 19 October 2017. Organizer: UNESCO Chair in Bioethics (Haifa), NKUOA Applied Philosophy Research Lab.
Konstantina Mylona-Giannakakou, “Doing the right thing for future generations by developing resources or opportunities? A philosophical analysis”. European Geosciences Union (EGU) General Assembly 2019. Location: Vienna, Austria. Date: 7-12 April 2019. Organizer: EGU, Copernicus meetings.



Konstantina, Mylona-Giannakakou. “Genetically modified crops vs biodiversity? Scientific and philosophical challenges.” BIOETHICA, online Journal of the Hellenic National Bioethics Commission vol. 2, no. 2 (September 2016): 5-18. 
Konstantina, Mylona-Giannakakou. “Teleological objections of aristotelian origin to non-sentient genetically modified organisms.” In Selected Papers from the World Congress in Philosophy 2016 – The Philosophy of Aristotle, vol. IV (2018): 172-180. Athens: International Association of Greek Philosophy, International Center of Greek Philosophy and Culture.