Spyros is Reader in Injury Biomechanics in the Department of Bioengineering, Associate Director (Research) in the Royal British Legion Centre for Blast Injuries Studies, and Director of the Injury & Reconstruction Test Suite at Imperial College London.
Spyros's research concerns the traumatic injury of the musculoskeletal system with a particular interest in the lower extremities, pelvis, and spinal column. The research combines clinical, experimental, and computational methods and technologies to determine mechanisms of injury, but also to assess current - and design new - treatment, protective, and rehabilitation strategies.
et al., 2022, The Critical Role of a Backing Material in Assessing the Performance of Soft Ballistic Protection, Human Factors and Mechanical Engineering for Defense and Safety, Vol:6, ISSN:2509-8004
et al., 2022, Protective Clothing Reduces Lower Limb Injury Severity Against Propelled Sand Debris in a Laboratory Setting, Human Factors and Mechanical Engineering for Defense and Safety, Vol:6, ISSN:2509-8004
et al., 2022, Injury modelling for strategic planning in protecting the national infrastructure from terrorist explosive events, Bmj Military Health, ISSN:2633-3767
et al., 2022, The Injury Mechanism of Explosive Blast Trauma, with Protective Strategies for the Pelvis and Lower Limbs, Pages:652-653
et al., 2022, Fragment penetration into the heart: initial findings, Pages:789-790