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Dr Vasilis J Promponas [personal page]

Postdoctoral Researchers

Dr Nicholas Price [Plant Population Genomics, Evolution of Selective Autophagy Receptors]

Dr Nicholas Kylilis [Design of efficient synthetic microbial strains][personal page]

Dr Thodosios Theodosiou [Selective Autophagy | Biomedical Text MIning]

PhD Students

Andreas Nicholas Ioannides [Nuclear Pore Complex Subunits]

MSc Students

Bade Dorukan [Synthetic Biology] [Co-supervised with Dr Nicolas Kylilis]

Levon Hakobyan [Synthetic Biology] [Co-supervised with Dr Nicolas Kylilis]

Maria Christophorou [Biomedical Text Mining]

Research Assistants

Agathangelos Chadjichristophi [idLIR project: Literature curator | Method prototyping]

Vasileios Sagris [idLIR Project: Literature curator | Method prototyping]

Marios Eftychiou [idLIR Project: Literature curator | Method prototyping]

Undergraduate Students

Nina Antoniadi [Selective autophagy receptors]

Aristi Konstantinou  [Selective autophagy receptors]

Niki Michaela [Synthetic Biology] [Co-supervised with Dr Nicolas Kylilis]

Anastasia Panayi [Synthetic Biology] [Co-supervised with Dr Nicolas Kylilis]

Demetriana Hadjichristou [Synthetic Biology] [Co-supervised with Dr Nicolas Kylilis]

Annita Panteli [Plant Population Genomics] [Co-supervised with Dr Nicholas Price]

Maria Charalambous [Plant Population Genomics] [Co-supervised with Dr Nicholas Price]

Visiting Researchers

Patryk Jarnot (Jan-Mar 2022) (Silesian University of Technology, Poland)

 

Alumni

Researchers

Kalliopi Georgiadi [postdoctoral researcher, Comparative MIcrobial Genomics - Pseudomonas project]

Nikos Nikolaou [postdoctoral researcher, VeSTIS project]

Nikos Papanikolaou [research assistant, BioTextQuest project]

Stavros Nikolaou [research assistant, BioTextQuest project]

Phd Students

Dr Ioanna Kalvari [Computational approaches for the identification of LIR-motifs in selective autophagy receptor and adaptor proteins]

Dr Stella Tamana [Compositionally Biased Regions: From Structural Signatures To Comparative Genomics]

Dr Athina Theodosiou [Probing the role of rare codons in coding sequences of Escherichia coli]

Dr Ioannis Kirmitzoglou [Development of Algorithms and Tools for Studying Compositionally Biased Regions in Protein Sequences]

George Christodoulou

MSc Students

Katerina Parotsidi (2020) [Computational analysis of transmembrane nucleoporins]

Eleni-Fani Gkotsi (2015) [Developing and validating a pipeline for in silico functional classification of nitrilases
based on sequence data]

Rana Abu-Alhaija (2013) [Resurrecting Skeletons: A protocol to assess coral skeleton surface through laser scanning and photogrammetry] (Co-supervised with Dr. Carlos Jimenez)

Stella Tamana (2011) [Structural and Functional Features of Compositionally Biased Proteins]

Eleni Mitilinaiou (2008) [Low Complexity Regions in Model Plant Genomes]

Dimitris Ioannidis (2007) [Protein-Protein Interactions in the Apoptotic Telomerase Pathways]

Undergraduate students

Marios Eftychiou (2021) [Computational analysis of virus-host interactions: focus on E7 & POU5F1] [Co-supervised with Ass. Prof. Katerina Strati]

Vasileios Sagris (2020) [Computational study of the conservation of LIR-like motifs in homologs of verified LIR-mediated selective macroautophagy receptors/adaptors in Homo sapiens] [RIF Award as best undergraduate thesis in Cyprus for 2020]

Aristos Pallaris (2019) [Computational study of the conservation of LIR-like motifs in homologs of verified LIR-mediated selective macroautophagy receptors/adaptors in Homo sapiens]

Agathangelos Cadjichristofi (2018) [Computational studies of selective macroautophagy receptors/adaptors] [RIF Award as best undergraduate thesis in Cyprus for 2018]

Aikaterini Parotsidi (2017) [Computational study of the proteins of the nuclear envelope and nuclear lamina]

Constantinou Constantina (2016) [The presence of LIR‐motifs in viral proteins is probably not responsible or required for the subversion of autophagy machinery]

Eleni Polyviou (2106) [Study of the involvement of bacteria in autophagy]

Andreas Nicholas Ioannides (2014) [Towards detecting novel moonlighting roles for nuclear pore complex subunits]

Vaso Kasapi (2014) [Heterologous expression and purification of mamalian proteins in Escerichia coli strains: a bioinformatics approach]

Georgia Aggelidou (2012) [SGAcruncher: Development of novel software for analysiing Synthetic Genetic Array data]

Michalis Vasileiadis (2012) [Development of Bioinformatics Methods for studying Mt genomes]

Maria Xenophontos (2011) [Evaluation of methods for transmembrane heliex-helix interaction prediction]

Visiting Researchers

Kristina Kastano (Johannes Gutenberg University, Mainz, Germany)

Dr Ioannis Iliopoulos (Medical School, University of Crete, Greece)

Dr Christos Ouzounis (Kings College, UK | CERTH and Aristotle University, Greece)

Maria Ntertilis (11/2012 -12/2012, 7/2011) (University of Athens, Greece)

Nicholas Price (2008) [Transmembrane Proteins in the C. elegans Genome]

Dr Vasilis Kouvelis (06/2007) (University of Athens, Greece)

External Students

Stalo Dimitriou (2014) [Thymosins and Toll-like receptors] [University of Athens]

Stelios Tsompanis (2013) [Development of In silico methods for detecting selective autophagy receptors in Drosophila] [Award by the Committee for European Educational Programs of the Aristotle University] [ERASMUS Exchange Student]

Agata Combi (2012) [Features of cancer-related gene sequences] [ERASMUS Exchange Student]

Stavros Anagnostopoulos [Expession Profiles of Eukaryotic Transmembrane Proteins] [MSc in Bioinformatics Program, University of Athens]

Giorgos Smaraidos [Low Complexity Regions in Proteomes of Biomedically Important Species] [MSc in Bioinformatics Program, University of Athens]

Nikolaos Galanakis [Low Complexity Regions in Proteomes of Biomedically Important Species] [MSc in Bioinformatics Program, University of Athens]

 



by Dr. Radut.