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Neuroscience

Ioannis Charalampopoulos

Ioannis Charalampopoulos

Our research interest is focusing on the investigation of the molecular mechanisms that growth factors and their receptors are using to regulate the regenerative capacity...

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Emmanouil Froudarakis

Emmanouil Froudarakis

Our lab investigates how cortical circuits across different brain areas interact to form multimodal object representations that can guide behavior. Natural scenes contain large number of objects...

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Achilleas Gravanis

Achilleas Gravanis

We are interested in developing agonists of neurotrophin receptors, with neuroprotective and neurogenic properties and potential applications in therapeutics of neurodegenerative diseases...

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Domna Karagogeos

Domna Karagogeos

We are interested in neuronal development and axoglial interactions during myelination. Neuronal development: We study the genetic, molecular and cellular bases of neurogenesis, neuronal migration and axon guidance...

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Athanasia Papoutsi (Staff Scientist - Poirazi Lab)

Athanasia Papoutsi (Staff Scientist - Poirazi Lab)

From the processing of environmental sensory cues to more elaborate cognitive functions, such as decision making, the mammalian brain has evolved to efficiently resolve the task at hand...

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Panayiota Poirazi

Panayiota Poirazi

Work in my lab focuses on understanding how dendrites contribute to complex brain functions such as learning and memory. Dendrites, the thin processes that extend from the cell bodies of neurons...

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Kyriaki Sidiropoulou

Kyriaki Sidiropoulou

Cognitive processes, such as working memory and long-term memory, are the hallmarks of advanced intellectual properties that have significantly evolved in mammals...

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Konstantinos Theodorakis (Staff Scientist - Karagogeos Lab)

Konstantinos Theodorakis (Staff Scientist - Karagogeos Lab)

My scientific interests focus on the biology of the nervous system and especially on neuronal development and axoglial interactions during myelination...

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