Christos Kyroudis holds a diploma degree in applied mathematical and physical sciences (with specialization in Applied Physics) from National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) and a MSc diploma in Mathematical Modelling in Modern Technologies and Financial Engineering in the context of the inter-departmental postgraduate program of the faculties Applied Mathematical and Physical Sciences of NTUA. He is currently a PhD candidate at the National Technical University of Athens, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering and a member of In Silico Oncology and In Silico Medicine Group. His main interests include among others in silico oncology, multiscale cancer modeling, biophysics, advanced mathematical modeling and biomedical engineering. Currently he specializes on simulation models of cervical cancer response to external beam radiation therapy, chemotherapy and brachytherapy.