I am currently a Research Assistant in the Theoretical Systems Biology group at Imperial College London, working on a joint project with the The Bacterial Pathogenesis and Functional Genomics Group (BPFG), University of Oxford, funded by the BBSRC.
I completed my PhD at the Department of Computing at Imperial College, on estimation of gene interactions using information theoretic functionals, under the supervision of Prof. Duncan F. Gillies.
Prior to that, I completed an MSc degree in Advanced Computing also from the Department of Computing at Imperial and my BSc in Computer Science from the University of Crete, Greece.
My research interests include the reverse engineering of regulatory networks and assessment of the robustness of the reconstruction methods aiming at the integration of data from different sources – gene expression, protein interaction, metabolic data.
Current Research Activities
- Robust inference of regulatory interactions from microarray data.
- Reconstruction of the regulatory networks for N. meningitidis and N. gonorrhoeae.