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Let me begin by describing some of my academic interests and knowledge acquired through-out the course of my life. The rapidly evolving field of computational analysis of biological data captured my attention from the very start of my academic
career. Having completed a BSc in Molecular Genetics at Sussex University (UK), my interests turned to computing and the implementation of mathematical algorithms for deciphering the enormous amount of information retrieved from large-scale biological experiments. I enriched my knowledge within this field by completing a MSc in Computational Genetics and Bioinformatics at Imperial College (UK). I then moved to the Foundation of Research and Technology, Hellas (FORTH) in Crete, Greece, whereby I conducted research that led to the attainment of my PhD in Computational Prediction of Gene Classifiers and miRNAs in Cancer. After holding two postdoctoral positions at the Bioinformatics laboratory of the Division of Medicine and the RNA laboratory, both affiliated with the University of Crete, I took up a position as a senior postdoctoral fellow at the Institute of Marine Biology, Biotechnology and Aquaculture (IMBBC), HCMR. Currently I have joined the Bioinformatics Group at The Cyprus Institute of Neurology and Genetics (CING).

 

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