Wellcome Trust Research Fellow and Head of the Multimodal Spectroscopy Group
Dept. Medical Physics and Bioengineering
Malet Place Engineering Building
University College London
Ilias is a Wellcome Trust Carreer Development Fellow and heads the Multimodal spectroscopy group (MMS) in the biomedical optics research laboratory (BORL) in UCL. His educational background is in Electronics Engineering and Medical Physics. Ilias main research interests are both in the development and use of optical techniques in medicine to monitor brain tissue oxygenation and mitochondrial metabolism. His most recent developed optical system (called pHOS) is being used by clinicians at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery to monitor non-invasively brain tissue oxygenation and metaboism in brain injury patients. Currently Ilias work is centred in the development of the next generation of brain multimodal spectroscopy technologies through combination of optics and MR techniques to investigate hypoxic-ischaemia and neonatal encephalopathy.
-PhD in Medical Physics and Biomedical Optics, University College London, University of London, UK (2005).
-MSc in Medical Electronic and Physics, Queen Mary, University of London, UK (2001)
-BEng (Hons) in Medical Electronics and Computing, Bournemouth University, UK, (2000)
Non-Research Activities - Teaching
-Lecturer on Medical Physics course MPHY3012/M012 Physiological Monitoring
-Course organiser for Medical Physics course MPHYGB97: Research Project (PEM)
-Lecturer on CoMPLEX ITPL practicalsITPL: Introduction to Physical Techniques in the Life Sciences
-Organiser Departmental Talks
+44 (0)20 7679 0269
+44 (0)20 7679 0255