Short Profile

Christos Nakas has studied Mathematics and Statistics at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (GR) and Biostatistics at Université Montpellier II (FR). He has conducted his thesis on ROC analysis at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (GR) and then moved to Indiana University School of Medicine (IN, USA) as a post doctoral researcher focusing further in ROC analysis topics. In 2003 he was appointed lecturer at the Department of Statistics of the University of Aegean (GR) where he taught Biostatistics, Survival Analysis, and Statistical Modeling in undergraduate and graduate level and was involved in relevant consulting projects. In 2007 he moved to the Laboratory of Biometry of the University of Thessaly (GR) where he expanded his research interests in Experimental Design, Clinical Trials, and Bioinformatics topics. He has wide experience in Data Science consulting for applications in Neonatology/Pediatrics, OBG, Neurology, Cancer screening, Surgery, Pathology, and Metabolomics.

Curriculum vitae

Since 2015 Scientific Associate, University Institute of Clinical Chemistry, Inselspital, Bern University Hospital
Since 2007 Lecturer, Asst, Assc Prof ‘Biometry‘ (University of Thessaly, GR)
2003-2007 Lecturer ‘Statistics’ (University of Aegean, GR)
2002-2003 Post doctoral researcher (Indiana University, IN, USA)
1998-2002 PhD student, Statistics and OR unit (Aristotle University, GR)
1998-2002 Consultant (freelance statistician)
1997-1998 DEA Biostatistique (Université Montpellier II, FR)
1992-1997 Studies of Mathematics (Aristotle University, GR)


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