Our research is funded by National and European Commission grants.

  1. CHILDose: ‘Development of a framework for the optimization of pediatric dosimetry, using Monte Carlo techniques and personalized PET/SPECT/CT/MR data’ sponsored by ELIDEK €200,000 (PI).
  2. POPEYE: ‘Personalized Optimization of Prognostic and thErapeutic protocols with Lu-177 for MNETs, through the development of advanced computational tools and a portable detection sYstEm’ sponsored by ERA PerMed Joint Transnational Call for Proposals (JTC) 2019 on “Personalised Medicine: Multidisciplinary Research Towards Implementation” €131,120 (PI); 05/2020 – 04/2023.
  3. H2020-MSCA-RISE-2019 AERAS: ‘A CybEr range tRaining platform for medicAl organisations and systems Security’ sponsored by HORIZON 2020 €165,600 (co-PI); 12/2019 – 11/2023.
  4. ‘Collaborative research; Graduate or undergraduate research mentoring and teaching; Curriculum co-development on Expanding the medical physics program at Univ of Patras through novel research and new training programs’ Niko Papanikolaou from UT Health San Antonio, IIE Greek Diaspora Fellowship Program; 2020
  5. QIRDDR: ‘Quantification of Ionizing Radiation DNA Damage Response’ 2019 GRNET-HPC: 8th Production Call; 2019
  6. NuPeDose: ‘An in-silico perspective of personalized dosimetry in pediatric nuclear medicine protocols’ GRNET-HPC: 5th Production Call; 2017
  7. MC:CANCEL ‘Monte Carlo simulations: A pediatriC dAtabase for the evaluatioN of Clinical dosimEtry protocoLs’ GRNET-HPC: 4th Production Call; 2017
  8. ‘Collaborative Research in Biological and Physics Processes Specific to Modeling and Measuring DNA Damage from Therapeutic Radiation; Co-mentoring Graduate Students in Medical Physics’ Niko Papanikolaou from UT Health San Antonio, IIE Greek Diaspora Fellowship Program; 2017
  9. H2020-MSCA-RISE-2014 ERROR: ‘A pEdiatRic dosimetRy personalized platfORm based on computational anthropomorphic phantoms’ sponsored by HORIZON 2020 €432,000 (PI); 01/2016 – 12/2019.
  10. CANCEL-MC: ‘A pediatriC dAtabase for the evaluatioN of Clinical dosimEtry protocoLs – Monte Carlo simulations’ GRNET-HPC: 1st Pilot Call for Proposals for production projects accessing ARIS; 2015
  11. Karatheodori 2010: ‘Angiogenesis spatial distribution in a diabetic model of New Zealand rabbit hindlimb ischemia with the aid of molecular imaging’ sponsored by University of Patras €33,000 (PI); 2/2011-1/2014.
  12. ‘Development of realistic computational models for the optimization of diagnostic and therapeutic protocols’ under the Joint Research and Technology program between Greece and France; 2009-2011 funded by the Greek Secreteriat of Research and Technology €20,000 (PI); 11/2010-10-2012.
  13. Iraklitos II: ‘Molecular imaging methodologies with radiolabeled nanoparticles for the quantitative evaluation of angiogenesis spatial distribution in malignant tumors’ sponsored by the Greek Ministry of Education €45,000 (PI); 9/2010-8/2013.
  14. Fulbright Visiting Scholar Program entitled: ‘Advancing The Features For the Dose Repository for CT Examinations’ George Kagadis to Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, USA; 2010