2021/01/10 | People | Artificial Intelligence
ARTORG Center Postdoctoral researcher Stergios Christodoulidis, previously part of the Artificial Intelligence in Health and Nutrition Lab, is starting a position as an Assistant Professor in the MICS Laboratory of CentraleSupélec in Paris. There, he will be a part of the teaching activities focusing on fundamentals of artificial intelligence and its application in medicine while also conducting translational research on cancer as part of the precision medicine center PRISM.
Stergios Christodoulidis received a diploma in electrical and computer engineering at the Polytechnic School of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in 2015. Soon after his graduation, he joined the graduate school of the University of Bern, where he conducted his PhD in biomedical engineering under the supervision of Prof. Stavroula Mougiakakou and in collaboration with the radiology department of Inselspital and Prof. Andreas Christe and Prof. Lukas Ebner. He focused on the design of computer-assisted diagnosis support systems for interstitial lung diseases using deep learning approaches (http://p3.snf.ch/project-156511). As a part of a doctoral mobility collaboration, he worked with Prof. Nikos Paragios on deep learning-based medical image registration pipelines at the Central Vision Numeric (CVN) of CentraleSupélec in Paris.
He continued his research on computer-assisted approaches for healthcare as a fellow of the SNSF Early Postdoc Mobility grant (http://p3.snf.ch/project-188153) at Gustave Roussy in Paris. There, he started working on computer-assisted precision medicine for breast cancer in collaboration with Prof. Fabrice Andre, Prof. Eric Deutsch, Prof. Laurence Zitvogel, Prof. Nikos Paragios and Prof. Maria Vakalopoulou as part of the Centre National de Médecine de Précision (PRISM).
At the beginning of 2021, he will be also joining the Laboratory of Mathematics and Informatics (MICS) of CentraleSupélec as an Assistant Professor with tenure track. He will be a part of the research and teaching activities in artificial intelligence and its applications to healthcare, focusing on multi-modal approaches towards precision medicine.
Artificial Intelligence in Health and Nutrition lab, ARTORG Center
Laboratory of Mathematics and Informatics, CentraleSupélec
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