Consultant Profile

Evangelos Kritsotakis

Areas of Consultancy:
Clinical trials
GLMs and other non-linear models
Non-parametric statistics
Quality methodology
Statistical inference
Survival analysis
Time series

Region of consultancy:


Evangelos Kritsotakis is Associate Professor of Biostatistics in the School of Medicine, University of Crete, Greece, since 2019. Prior to this, he served as tenured Lecturer in the School of Health and Related Research, University of Sheffield (2014-2018), where he maintains an honorary appointment as senior lecturer. Evangelos teaches introductory and advanced Biostatistics, Epidemiology and Research Methodology in undergraduate programs in Medicine and master’s programs in Public Health, Clinical Research and Surgical Science, and supervises Master's and Doctoral students doing applied research in these fields. He also teaches the core module in Survival Data Analysis on the MSc in Biostatistics and Health Data Science, at the University of Athens. He serves as member of the coordinating committee for the postgraduate programme in Public Health (MPH) in Crete. Evangelos' research record comprises mainly collaborative clinical and epidemiological research in healthcare settings.


Evangelos' qualifications include a BSc(Hons) in Mathematics (University of Crete, 1998), an MSc in Statistics and Operational Research (University of Essex, 2000), a postgraduate certificate in Applied Epidemiology (Emory University & US CDC, 2005), a PhD in Healthcare Epidemiology (University of Crete, 2007), and a postgraduate diploma in Teaching in Higher Education (University of Sheffield, 2017). He has achieved the status of Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA), UK, and the status of Chartered Statistician of the Royal Statistical Society, UK.


Evangelos' record comprises mainly collaborative applied work in clinical and epidemiological research, including prognostic factor studies, clinical prediction models, quasi-experimental and time series studies for intervention evaluations, population-based cohort studies, complex sample surveys, systematic reviews and meta-analyses, with special focus on healthcare-associated infections, multi-drug resistant pathogens and antimicrobial drugs. In acknowledgement of research contribution, Evangelos was awarded with the William Jarvis Award 2009 by the Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America. Evangelos serves as Associate Editor for the journal "Public Health" and on the Editorial Board of the sister journal "Public Health in Practice" (Royal Society of Public Health). He has guest edited special issues for the journals “Medicina” and “Antibiotics”. Evangelos is statistical reviewer for the Lancet journals and ad-hoc reviewer for several other high-impact medical journals. He was acknowledged as one of the top reviewers in 2020 for the journal "Clinical Microbiology and Infection" of the European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases. Evangelos has substantial experience as independent expert evaluator in large-scale national and international/EU research funding programmes.