|2005-2010||Bachelor degree in Applied Mathematical and Physical Sciences, National Technical University of Athens, Greece|
Computational modelling of aortic aneurysms using the finite elements method.
Supervised by Prof. Stavros Kourkoulis
|2010-2011||MSc in Mathematical Modelling, University College London, UK|
A mathematical model for decision-making: Should I visit the doctor?
Supervised by Prof. Frank Smith
|2011-present||Ph.D. candidate, Biomedical Engineering, King’s College London, UK|
Development of patient-specific models for the study and assessment of dilated cardiomyopathy.
Supervised by Dr. David Nordsletten and Prof. Nicolas Smith
The overall objective of my PhD project is the development of patient-specific cardiac models which will provide a framework for the study and assessment of dilated cardiomyopathy. My work has focused on investigating various aspects of the modeling process and the employed numerical methods. I have also been working on maximizing the use of the available clinical data to enable accurate personalized models. These patient-specific models will assist the identification of key differences between patients and normals, with an ultimate goal of gaining a better understanding of the disease, thus improving diagnosis and treatment.