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.
A list of Spyros' publications can be found in the tab above and on Google Scholar and Web of Science.
et al., 2023, The risk of fragment penetrating injury to the heart., J Mech Behav Biomed Mater, Vol:141
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
Pandelani T, Masouros SD, Calvo-Gallego JL, 2023, Application of quasi-linear viscoelasticity for the characterisation of human buttocks adipose tissue, Pages:315-319
et al., 2022, The Injury Mechanism of Explosive Blast Trauma, with Protective Strategies for the Pelvis and Lower Limbs, Pages:652-653