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The In Silico Oncology Group (ISOG) of the Institute of Communication and Computer Systems (ICCS)  - National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) leads the  development of the EU cancer model/data repository from existing  linked projects (mainly ACGT, ContraCancrum) as well as from new composite models that address the clinical questions/scenarios of cancer modeling in the EU-US collaboration context.  It also proposes and partly implements in silico modelling scenarios to be deployed in the project and be supported by the interfaced EU-US TUMOR infrastructure. ISOG leads the integration process for the development of the TUMOR integrated simulator.

 

Team Information

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Dr. Georgios S. Stamatakos,
Ph. D., Research Professor
ICCS

Leader In Silico Oncology Group


E-mail: gestam@central.ntua.gr

 

Georgios S.Stamatakos received the Diploma degree in electrical engineering from the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), Athens, Greece, in 1987, the MSc degree in bioengineering
from the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland, in 1988, and the Ph.D. degree in physics (biophysics) from NTUA in 1997. In 1999 he completed a post doctoral fellowship research project on medical technology in NTUA. ince 1997 he has been a Researcher at the Institute of Communication and Computer Systems (ICCS), School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (SECE), NTUA, where he is holding the position of Research Associate Professor in the field of "Analysis and Simulation of Biological Systems and their Interaction with Electromagnetic Radiation". He is the Leader of the In Silico Oncology Group, ICCS-NTUA. His research interests include multiscale cancer modeling, patient individualized cancer treatment optimization, in silico oncology (being his primary field of activity), bioinformatics, electromagnetic propagation and scattering, bioelectromagnetics, radiation safety and biooptics. Dr Stamatakos is a pioneer in in silico oncology and clinical trial embedded multiscale cancer modeling.

 

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Dr. Dimitra Dionysiou,
Ph. D., Senior Researcher
ICCS

 


E-mail: dimdio@esd.ece.ntua.gr

 

Dimitra D. Dionysiou received a diploma degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), in 1998, a PhD in In Silico Oncology from NTUA in 2004, and a MSc in Bioinformatics from the Faculty of Biology, University of Athens, in 2007. She has published over 50 papers in international peer-reviewed journals, books and conference proceedings. D. Dionysiou has been a co-organizer of the International Advanced Research Workshop on In Silico Oncology series of workshops (in 2006, 2008 and 2010). Her research interests include in silico oncology, multiscale cancer modelling, bioinformatics, biological process
modeling and biomedical engineering.

 

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Dr. Ioanna Lykourentzou,
Ph. D., Researcher
ICCS

 


E-mail: ioanna@medialab.ntua.gr

 
Ioanna Lykourentzou received her diploma degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), in 2005. She received her PhD from NTUA in 2009. She is currently a researcher at NTUA and her research interests include collaborative systems, collective intelligence and machine learning. She has published 13 papers in international journals, books and conference proceedings. Dr. Lykourentzou participates in the "TUMOR: Transatlantic Tumour Model Repositories" project, developing a collaborative system for the exchange, sharing and validation of in silico models and data.

 

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Ms. Fay Misichroni,
Research Engineer
ICCS

 

 


E-mail: faymisi@central.ntua.com

 
Fay Misichroni has graduated from National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), School of Electrical and Computer Engineering. From 2006 to 2010 she worked as a Software Engineer in one of the leading companies in the field of Industry, Energy and Healthcare. Due to her involvement in both domestic and international projects, Ms. Misichroni had the opportunity to work in an international environment , in locations in Greece and in Germany. She participates in "TUMOR: Transatlantic Tumor Model Repositories", a project funded by the European Commission, as an interface/database designer and developer. She is a member of the In Silico Oncology Group since 2010.

 

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Ms. Eleni Kolokotroni,
Assistant Researcher - PhD candidate
ICCS


 

E-mail: ekolok@mail.ntua.gr

 
Eleni Kolokotroni graduated from National University of Athens in 2000 with a diploma from Faculty of Physics, School of Sciences. In 2003 she obtained her MSc on "Medical Physics - RadioPhysics" from the Faculty of Medicine, National University of Athens. Currently, she is a PhD candidate in the Microwave and Fiber Optics Laboratory of School of Electrical and Computer Engineering - National Technical University of Athens in cooperation with the Faculty of Medicine, University of Patras. Her PhD focuses on electromagnetism and scatter, with future applications on medical diagnosis and micro-labs on chip. Other research interests include biological system modeling, image processing and fractals. Since 2004 she is working in various European research projects. Her cooperation with In-Silico-Oncology group began in 2007. She is holder of the licentiates for practicing Medical Physics and Non-Ionizing Radiation and she is a member of the Union of Medical Physicists in Greece.

 

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Ms. Eleni Georgiadi,
Assistant Researcher - PhD candidate
ICCS


 

E-mail: egeorg@central.ntua.gr

 
Eleni Georgiadi is a PhD candidate registered at University of Patras,Department of Medical Physics,Biomedical Engineering (BME) and currently working at the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), Microwave and Fiber Optics Laboratory (MFOL), In Silico Oncology Group. She has a bachelor degree in Physics from the Aristotle University of Greece received in 2002 (specialization in Nuclear and Particle physics), and an MSc degree in Medical Physics from the University of Surrey received in 2003. Previous working experience at Institute of Research & Technology Hellas, Institute of Computer Science,Biomedical Informatics Laboratory (period: 04/2006 -03/2008) with training bursary offered through the ACGT program. She was also radiation protection supervisor at 2 hospitals during 2004. Her current scientific interests are simulation of growth and response of solid tumours to chemotherapy and radiotherapy treatment schemes

 

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Ms. Stavroula Giatili ,
Junior Researcher - PhD candidate
ICCS


 

E-mail: giatili@otenet.gr

 
Stavroula Giatili received a diploma degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), Greece, in 2006. She graduated from the Military Nursing Academy in 2001 and in 1997 she received a Certificate of Secondary Education, from the Varvakios Model School, Athens, Greece. In 1994 she succeeded in the mathematics competition organised by the Hellenic Mathematic Society. She is a member of In Silico Oncology Group since 2007. She participates in the European Commission funded project, Advancing Clinic Genomic Trials on cancer (ACGT). Her major research subject is the development of four dimensional simulation model of tumor response to therapeutic schemes (chemotherapy etc.). Her research interests include in silico oncology, multilevel biomodeling and systems biology.

 

 

October 22 - 23, 20125th International Advanced Research Workshop on In Silico Oncology and Cancer Investigation - The TUMOR Project Workshop (Athens, GR).

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