Dr. Tsiapali is dedicated to education about breast cancer. Each October, she holds seminars for the public at MedStar Southern Maryland Hospital Center, covering exciting new developments in breast health, including breast cancer prevention and early detection, risk factors, genetic testing options and advances in breast cancer surgery.
Dr. Tsiapali is the Director of the MedStar Breast Health Program at MedStar Southern Maryland Hospital Center, a state-of-the-art treatment center and amazing resource for women, and a facility where patients can expect a coordinated, multidisciplinary approach to treatment, close to where they live. She also serves as Clinical Assistant Professor for Surgery and Associate Breast Fellowship Director at Georgetown University. Before joining MedStar, Dr. Tsiapali spent seven years at Warren Alpert Medical School at Brown University, serving as a breast surgical oncologist and Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery. She earned her medical degree from the National University of Athens Medical School. Her residency occurred at East Tennessee State University as well as a breast surgical oncology fellowship at Women and Infants Hospital of Rhode Island.