is a Specialist Biomedical Scientist, she is also the Committee Secretary to the London Cellular Pathology Discussion Group. She currently works at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Woolwich London but has expansive experience in the field of biological studies. She was born and raised in Australia and has a BSc in Biomedical Sciences as well as a relative Postgraduate degree in Transplantation and Transfusion Sciences. She is currently completing her second Postgraduate Degree in Genetics and Cellular Pathology.
For many years she was a volunteer in the Disaster Response and Preparedness Team of the Red Cross and has traveled the world with many stories to tell. She has also followed various indigenous tribes across the South Americas and has a keen interest in ethnobotany, alternative medicines and entheogens. Kalliopi’s dream is to one day see the world free of suffering and war.
In the talk that will follow we will investigate some of the better known auxiliary entheogens such as Rapé the Sacred Snuff, Kambô the magic Frog Medicine and Sananga the ‘Eye Opener’.