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Athanasios Z Jamurtas

Department of Physical Education & Sport Science
University of Thessaly, Karies,
Trikala 42100, Greece

Biography

Dr. Jamurtas received his bachelor degree from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in 1988. In 1993 he received his master’s degree from Syracuse University majoring in Exercise Physiology and in 1997 earned his Ph.D. from University in North Carolina at Greensboro with a major in Exercise Physiology/Biochemistry and a minor in Nutrition. From 1999 till 2001 taught at the Department of Physical Education and Sport Science of University of Thessaly as an assistant Lecturer and in 2001 he became a Lecturer in Biochemistry of Exercise at the Department of Physical Education and Sport Science of University of Thessaly. In 2006 was promoted to Assistant Professor. He is an Associate Professor since 2011. His interests relate to exercise-induced oxidative stress, exercise-induced muscle damage and how these two are related. Furthermore, he has a strong interest on the effects of exercise on inflammation and on aspects that affect metabolism. He is the author or the co-author in more than 100 papers published in refereed journals and the co-author in two books published in Greek. He enjoys long distance running during his free time.

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Exercise induced muscle damage and oxidative stress, Exercise metabolism, Exercise and the opioid system, Sports nutrition

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