Artemis Traikapi

Artemis Traikapi


Cyprus University of Technology

Artemis has joined the lab in 2019 after completing her postgraduate studies and having been awarded a Master of Science degree in ‘Clinical Cognitive Neuropsychology’ from the University of Strasburg. During the two-year course, Artemis worked in the cognitive assessment of children and adolescents with neurodevelopmental disorders, as well as with adult patients with neurological disorders such as stroke, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, etc. In addition, she worked on the evaluation and cognitive empowerment of dementia patients. Her postgraduate research was in a rare case of thalamic stroke. Artemis holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology, with distinction, from Cardiff Metropolitan University where she completed her undergraduate studies having received a half-scholarship. She also holds a diploma in nursing, having obtained specialization in ‘Operating Room Nursing’.

Artemis is a member of the ‘Hellenic Neuropsychological Society’ (HNPS) and an active member of HNPS’s: 1) Research Committee, which is preparing a country wide research in respect of the profession of neuropsychology, and 2) Continuing Education Committee, which works towards developing conferences and training seminars for neuropsychologists. She is also a graduate member (MBPsS) of British Psychological Society (BPS) as well as member of International Neuropsychological Society. She has participated as a team member in a research relating to the adaptation and validation of the ‘Memory for Intentions Test’ for the Greek population. She took part as a speaker in the 1st Panhellenic Conference in Neuropsychology and has presented numerus posters in conferences.

Artemis has a keen interest in sports and she was a softball player from 2001 to 2016 and a member and captain of the ‘Greek National Softball Team’ from 2004 to 2016 with numerous European and Panhellenic accomplishments. She was awarded as the Most Valuable Player in Greece in 2002, 2005, 2012 and in 2015 in the Balkan Championship (Bulgaria) where the Greek team won the Gold Medal. She completed her athletic carrier with her participation in the Women’s World Softball Championship in Vancouver, Canada in 2016.

  • Behavioral modifications after neurological trauma
  • Cognitive assessment
  • Brain-Behavior relationship