Apostolos obtained a BSc in Statistics from Athens University of Economics and Business (2004) and an MSc in Medical Statistics from University of Lancaster (2005). He is working as a Head of Medical Statistics and Data Management at Derby Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Derby Clinical Trials Support Unit. He has expertise in research design and clinical trials methodology. He is experienced in analysing and reporting funded clinical trials.
Apostolos was vice-chair of the Derbyshire Research Ethics Committee. He is currently a statistical reviewer for National Institute Health Research (NIHR) funding programs and for The Lancet, and a statistical advisor to the Diabetes, Obesity and Metabolism Journal. He is a fellow of the Royal Statistical Society and a chartered statistician.
In addition, he is an active researcher and disseminates his work through both conferences and written journals and has wide experience in applying for successful grant applications. As a certified member of Association of Clinical Data Management, he is qualified to provide high quality data management to clinical trials of investigational medicinal products.
Apostolos is currently undertaking a part-time Doctorate in Health and Social Care Practice with special research interest in mixed methods and in the application of Structural Equation Modelling (SEM) to qualitative data. He has developed a new mixed method, named “Enosis”, for analysing qualitative data derived from interviews using SEM.