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Katerina Maria Kontouli

Katerina-Maria Kontouli, Ms. born in 1993, is a Mathematician by training, and currently a PhD candidate at the Department of Primary Education at the University of Ioannina.

Training: Katerina obtained her Bachelor’s degree from the Department of Mathematics at the University of Ioannina (completed in June 2016). After that she enrolled in the MSc in Biostatistics (completed in November 2017) from the Medical School of the University of Thessaly. Her Master Thesis is entitled “Compare the Types of Clustering” and was  conducted under the supervision of Prof. Ioannis Stefanidis.

Research interests: Her research interests are in evidence synthesis and biostatistics in general, emphasizing on developing models for single arm trials and network meta-analysis.

  • Statistical modeling for meta-analysis
  • Statistical modeling for network meta-analysis
  • Single arm trials

Professional: Statistical consultant, The European Association of Endoscopic Surgery (EAES)

Publications: Several of her papers have been published in high-impact journals. Among them are:

  • Veroniki AA, Tsokani S, Zevgiti S, Pagkalidou I, Kontouli KM, et. al., Do reporting guidelines have an impact? Empirical assessment of changes in reporting before and after the PRISMA extension statement for network meta-analysis. Systematic Reviews;2021
  • Antoniou SA, Mavridis D, Kontouli KM, et. al., EAES rapid guideline: appendicitis in the elderly. Surgical Endoscopy;2021
  • Georgios Seitidis, Sofia Tsokani, Christos Christogiannis, Katerina‐Maria Kontouli,, Graphical tools for visualizing the results of network meta-analysis of multicomponent interventions, Research Synthesis Methods;2023