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Nikolaos A. Papanikolaou

Nikolaos A. Papanikolaou
Nikolaos A. Papanikolaou
Assistant Professor
Department of Biological Chemistry
Aristotle University
Greece

Biography

Professor Nikolaos A. Papanikolaou obtained his BS degree in Chemistry/Biology from Manhattan College in New York, USA, his MS and Ph.D. in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology in New York Medical College in New York. He was a Molecular Biologist at American Cyanamid Company (later Pfizer). He was awarded the prestigious Ruth Kirschtein National Research Service Award at the Department of Genetics and Development at Columbia University. He did his post-doctoral studies in Biochemistry and Biophysics at Columbia University’s Institute for Cancer Genetics and the Departments of Pathology, Genetics and Development. He then moved to the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research, Branch at Memorial Sloan Kettering Institute for Cancer Research in New York where he was Group Leader and Bioanalyst. In 2009 he joined the faculty of the Laboratory of Biological Chemistry at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki where he remains until today. Dr. Papanikolaou was awarded a prestigious Hopkins-Libra fellowship to study protein methylation using proteomics at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and continues to serve as visiting Professor at the Department of Biological Chemistry at Johns Hopkins University and at the Institute for Genetic Medicine. Dr. Papanikolaou’s interests lie in oncogenic mechanisms by zinc-finger proteins, protein Argine/Lysine methylation modifications and the role of protein-protein interactions in differentiation, cancer, stress and neurodegenerative diseases. His technical expertise includes protein chemistry, biochemistry and biophysics and analysis of protein structure-function.

Research Interest

Protein chemistry, Biochemistry and Biophysics and Analysis of protein structure-function

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