Dr. Theodosia Stavroulaki is an academic fellow at Turin University. In August, she will join De Paul University in Chicago where she will teach antitrust law and healthcare antitrust. Theodosia holds a PhD in competition law at the European University Institute. Her forthcoming manuscript entitled Healthcare, Quality Concerns and Competition Law: A Systematic Approach (Hart Publishing) explores how healthcare quality concerns are considered by competition authorities on both sides of the Atlantic. It also unveils the main antitrust and equity concerns that may emerge in the age of big data revolution in healthcare. Her research has been funded by numerous prestigious institutions such as the American Bar Association (Section of Antitrust Law), the Fulbright Commission, NYU School of Law, Michigan Law School, European University Institute, Tel Aviv University, the European Commission, the Greek Scholarships’ Foundation and the Greek Association of Law and Economics. In 2016, her research paper “The notion of an undertaking in the healthcare sector according to the European Courts’ case law: to what extent is healthcare quality taken into account as a whole?” won a prize for the best paper in Law & Economics by the Greek Association of Law and Economics. Over the past six years, Theodosia has been invited to deliver guest lecturers and present her research findings at the FTC, NYU School of Law, Boston University, Michigan Law School, Yale Law School, European University Institute, Wayne State University, Tel Aviv University, and Haifa University. Before commencing her academic career, Theodosia worked as an antitrust associate in a leading law firm in Greece where she advised multinational firms in a broad range of competition law issues in the pharmaceutical, automotive and IT sector and a blue book trainee lawyer at the Policy Unit of DG Competition of European Commission.