Public Health and Primary Care
Data Analysis, Routine Data, Social Sciences, Economic Evaluations, Health Research
I have studied Applied Mathematics and I hold a PhD in Applied Statistics and Data Mining in Social Sciences.
I have worked as a Research Consultant in London School of Economics and Political Science Enterprise, in the National School of Public Health and in the National Centre of Social Research in Athens, Greece. I joined the Primary Care Unit of the Department of Public Health and Primary Care, at the University of Cambridge in June 2017 as a research associate at the Cardiovascular Group, and since then, I’ve been providing statistical advice to various studies. I’m also involved in the SAFER – Screening for Atrial Fibrillation – programme supporting the feasibility and pilot study and I was responsible for CPRD data extraction. Since October 2021, I have been leading two MPhil modules (Survey design; Electronic Health Records in Health Research). I also led a SPCR NIHR funded project on multimorbidity in stroke patients (https://www.spcr.nihr.ac.uk/projects/multimorbidity-in-stroke-patients) and since June 2021 I’ve been involved in economic evaluations. Since January 2022, I’ve been working as a consultant in various projects led by colleagues in Rapid Research Evaluation and Appraisal Lab of the University College London while I remain an active researcher of the Laboratory of Experimental Social Psychology of the Department of Psychology at the Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences of Athens, Greece.