Stavroula Chrysanthopoulou: the Greek Professor of Biostatistics at the Brown University School of Public Health

31 January 2018

Stavroula Chrysanthopoulou, is an Assistant Professor of Biostatistics at the Brown University School of Public Health. She is an expert in the area of microsimulation modeling to describe the natural history of lung cancer, simulate individual trajectories and make predictions.

Her research interests span the fields of complex predictive models applied in medical decision making, calibration and predictive accuracy methods, causal inference, missing data, and high performance computing techniques. Dr Chrysanthopoulou has also extensive teaching experience with various graduate-level courses in Biostatistics, including survival and longitudinal data analysis, generalized linear models, and simulation studies.

Dr Chrysanthopoulou received her PhD from Brown’s Department of Biostatistics in 2013, a BA in Statistics from Athens University of Economics and Business.
She previously worked for Brown’s Center for Statistical Sciences as an Investigator for one year before her appointment as Instructor of Biostatistics with the Department of Health Sciences at the University of Massachusetts Medical School in 2015.

She loves dancing, has offered groups lessons in traditional Greek dancing and participated in several Greek and Latin dancing performances in the past.

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