I was appointed as a Lecturer in Mathematics and Statistics at the University of St Andrews in July 2018. Previously, I was a post-doctoral research fellow at the Zeeman Institute:SBIDER of the Mathematics Institute at the University of Warwick, UK.
I studied Mathematics at the National University of Athens, Greece and Statistics (MSc and PhD) at the University of Warwick.
I am passionate about developing and applying statistical and mathematical methodology particularly in biology and bio-medicine. This is such an exciting time to work in this area with fast advances in biotechnology providing larger, cheaper and more informative datasets and therefore great opportunities for better biological understanding and for identifying therapeutic targets. To support this progress, we need the appropriate statistical and mathematical methodology to analyse large and complex datasets, develop appropriate models, generate new hypotheses, and design experiments to test them. My work is dedicated towards this goal.
I currently teach MT4609 Multivariate Analysis in Semester 2.