is an independent research fellow at King’s College London, integrating LC-MS/MS
proteomics, with advanced tissue biochemistry methodologies, cell biology and
bioinformatics. His work focuses on developing and utilizing LC-MS/MS tissue proteomics
and high-dimensional computational approaches to study cellular and
extracellular mechanisms of tissue remodeling after central nervous system
He is specialized in:
1) LC-MS/MS proteomics workflows;
analysis of proteomics and transcriptomics data;
3) LC-MS/MS-based biomarker
4) extracellular matrix remodeling and proteolysis using proteomics;
5) inflammation after tissue injury.
completed his PhD in 2008, Athanasios has published 24 papers with contribution
spanning from biochemistry and cell biology to proteomics and bioinformatics.
He has received competitive grant funding, supervises undergraduate and PhD
students and teaches Biochemistry. His long-term career goal is to combine
proteomics, computational approaches and cell biology to identify novel
bioactive targets and biomarkers of tissue remodelling after central nervous
Athanasios is currently developing together with his collaborator Jure Tica a novel computational platform for the analysis of high-throughput proteomics and transcriptomics data called DiscOmics. This intelligent platform aims to change the way modern scientists deal with high-throughput proteomics and transcriptomics data.
The platform will be published and will be available to use very soon.
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