Dimitris Sakellariou

King’s College London

Dimitris is neural informatics postdoctoral researcher with a background in physics, signal processing and methods development. His main interest is the investigation of epilepsy biomarkers in neurophysiological data using advanced computational technologies, including brain connectivity, graph theoretic models and machine learning.

Previous Experience:

Dimitris has more than six years of experience in computational analysis of EEG related to epilepsy and sleep and has previously worked as a research assistant and research associate in national and EU-funded programmes.

Qualifications:

  • Clinical neuroinformatics PhD
  • Neurosciences MRes
  • Physics and Signal Processing BSc

Core expertise:

  • Physics, signal processing, mathematics

Specialty:

  • EEG recordings and analysis, methods development, data mining
  • Physics, signal processing, mathematics

Publications and Posters:

  • Sakellariou DF, Richardson M, Koutroumanidis M and Kostopoulos GK (2017). Cross-subject network investigation of the EEG microstructure:  a sleep spindle study. (under review – Frontiers Neuroscience)
  • Smith S*, Sakellariou DF* and Koutroumanidis M. The relationship between epileptic spikes and sleep spindles in childhood idiopathic focal epilepsies (in preparation)
  • Sakellariou DF, Richardson M, Kostopoulos GK and Koutroumanidis M (2017). Topography of Generalized Periodic Epileptiform Discharges in Post-anoxic Non-Convulsive Status Epilepticus. Epilepsia Open. doi: 10.1002/epi4.12073
  • Koutroumanidis M, Sakellariou DF, Tsirka V (2016). Oxford Textbook of Clinical Neurophysiology Chapter 11, 10th edition.
  • Sakellariou DF, Koupparis AM, Kokkinos V, Koutroumanidis M and Kostopoulos GK (2016). Connectivity measures in EEG microstructural sleep elements. Front. Neuroinform. 10:5. doi: 10.3389/fninf.2016.00005
  • Koutroumanidis M and Sakellariou D (2015). Low frequency non-evolving generalised periodic epileptiform discharges and the borderline of hypoxic nonconvulsive status epilepticus in comatose patients after cardiac arrest. Epilepsy and Behavior. doi: 10.1016/j.yebeh.2015.04.060
  • Koutroumanidis M, Sakellariou D, Tsirka V (2014). “Paradoxical” EEG response to propofol may differentiate post-cardiac arrest non-convulsive status epilepticus from diffuse irreversible cerebral anoxia. Epileptic Disorders 16(4):510-7. doi: 10.1684/epd.2014.0711