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Journal of Microbial Pathogenesis
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Ourania Kostopoulou

Ourania Kostopoulou
Ourania Kostopoulou
Editor-in-Chief
Department of Medicine
Center for Molecular Medicine (CMM)
Karolinska University Hospital
Sweden

Biography

She obtained my PhD degree in Basic Medical Sciences, Department of Biochemistry, School of Medicine University of Patras. Title of thesis: Derivatives of chloramphenicol as antibacterial and anticancer agents and as tools to study the function of the catalytic center of the ribosome. At the beginning of my PhD I got a fellowship in the framework of a DAAD/IKYDA programme for training in Gene Center, LMU, Munich, Adviser Prof. Daniel Wilson. I participated also in the ARISTEIA “Excellence” programme of General Secretariat of Research and Technology. Title of the Project: Dissecting the involvement and the dynamic networks of tRNA expression, signaling and translation in lung cancer. I have co-authored 12 publications in peer reviewed journals including Nucleic acid Research, International Journal of Cancer, Oncotarget, Journal of Virology, PLOS ONE. Now I am working as Postdoctoral Researcher in Karolinska University Hospital studying the effect of HCMV infection in ribosomal biogenesis.

Research Interest

Ribosome, protein synthesis, development of new antiviral (especially HCMV), anticancer drugs

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