Dionysia Kefallinou received her B.Sc. Degree in Physics from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (NKUA) in 2014 and her M.Sc. Degree in “Microsystems and Nanodevices” from the Department of Physics in the School of Applied Mathematical and Physical Sciences (S.A.M.P.S.) at the National Technical University of Athens in 2016. Her master thesis entitled “Copper-coated, plasma micro-nanotextured superhydrophobic polymeric surfaces with antibacterial properties” was carried out at the National Center for Scientific Research (N.C.S.R.) “Demokritos” and led to the publication of two papers “Is there a threshold in the antibacterial action of Superhydrophobic Surfaces?” (ΑCS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, 2017) and “Optimization of Antibacterial Properties of “Hybrid” Metal-Sputtered Superhydrophobic Surfaces” (Coatings, 2020). She is currently a Ph.D. Candidate at the Department of Physics in the S.A.M.P.S. at the National Technical University of Athens with her Ph.D. thesis theme being “Microfluidic devices for the study of cell behavior”. The thesis is carried out at the N.C.S.R. “Demokritos”, Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, in cooperation with the Biomedical Research Foundation Academy of Athens (B.R.F.A.A.). She received a scholarship from the State Scholarships Foundation (Ι.Κ.Υ.) for the support of her doctoral research for three years. Her research work on her doctoral subject has led to the publication of the paper “Fabrication of a 3D microfluidic cell culture device for bone marrow-on-a-chip” (Micro and Nano Engineering, 2020).