My research focuses on the development of mathematical models for the analysis of biological networks. These range from fully parametrized, kinetic models of pathways to genome-scale models of either kinetic or purely stoichiometric nature. The analysis and control of metabolic flux is also among my main interests. The techniques I use for the modelling of these systems vary from kinetic and ODE-based modelling, to stroichiometric and optimization-based approaches (Flux Balance Analysis being a prime example). At the same time, I develop novel and hybrid approaches for the characterization of metabolic behavior.
At the ISB, I work in the lab of Nathan Price, which has years of expertise in genome-scale metabolic modeling and the integration of regulatory information, metabolic networks and expression profiles to accurately model molecular processes in living organisms. The focal points of our research are disease network analysis, molecular signatures of diseases, metabolomics and neurodegenerative diseases.
Since January 2016, I have also taken on the role of Program Manager for the group.
PhD, Department of Chemical Engineering, University College London, UK
MSc, Department of Chemical Engineering, Imperial College London, UK
Diploma, Department of Chemical Engineering, Aristoteleion University of Thessaloniki, Greece
For a comprehensive publication list with downloadable pdf files, please visit my profile on ResearchGate .
Below you will find the research papers I have published during my time at the Institute for Systems Biology:
For a more traditional version, a short 2-page CV is available for download here: