Imperial College London


Faculty of MedicineNational Heart & Lung Institute

Education Manager



+44 (0)20 7594 9462a.koutsantoni




G212Guy Scadding BuildingRoyal Brompton Campus





Katerina is the Education Manager for the NHLI, leading the administration for undergraduate (UG), postgraduate taught (PGT) and postgraduate research (PGR) programmes. Her remit includes such areas as the education strategy for the Institute, education portfolio development and expansion, assessment, all aspects of quality assurance, operations monitoring, staff recruitment and development. 

Katerina holds a PhD in English Literature from the University of Birmingham, a BA in Applied Linguistics and English Literature from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece and has completed a number of professional development courses. 

Katerina has worked in education for the past twenty-eight years; she held managerial roles at King's College London and London Business School, before joining Imperial College London in October 2019. 



Koutsantoni, Katerina (2009) Virginia Woolf's Common Reader. Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate

Journal articles

Strawbridge, Rebecca, Mountford-Zindars, Anna, Koutsantoni, Katerina, Tognin, Stefania, Hodgman, Carolyn, Williams, Brenda P., Kravariti, Eugenia, Komarraju, Meera, Lea, Susan J., Yiend, Jenny (2022). 'Learning to teach and teaching to learn: A small-group tutorial model enhances postgraduate tutors’ and tutees’ academic experience' International Journal of Educational Research. Volume 3. March. Available online:

Koutsantoni, Katerina and Oakley, Madeleine (2018). ‘Laura Makepeace Stephen: What was wrong with Woolf’s half-sister?’ English Studies, Volume 99, Issue 3, April, 280 – 294. Available online:

Jenny Yiend, Derek K. Tracy, Brian Sreenan, Valentina Cardi, Tina Foulkes, Katerina Koutsantoni, Eugenia Kravariti, Kate Tchanturia, Lucy Willmott, Sukhi Shergill and Gabriel Reedy (2016). ‘Post graduate clinical placements: Evaluating benefits and challenges with a mixed methods cross sectional design’. BMC Medical Education, 16:64. Available online:

Koutsantoni, Katerina and Oakley, Madeleine (2014). ‘Hypothesis of Autism and Psychosis in the Case of Laura Makepeace Stephen’. Available at SSRN:

Koutsantoni, Katerina (2012). 'Manic depression in literature: The case of Virginia Woolf'. Medical Humanities. Volume 38, Issue 1, 7-14. Available online:

Koutsantoni, Katerina (2009). ‘The impersonal strategy: Re-visiting V. Woolf’s position in The Common Reader essays’. Women: A Cultural Review. Volume 20, Issue 2, August, 157 – 171. Available online: