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    Anastasia Kougioumtzi

    Anastasia Kougioumtzi

    PhD Student

    Foundation for Research & Technology-Hellas
    Institute of Molecular Biology & Biotechnology
    Dep. of Biomedical Research
    University Campus of Ioannina
    45 115 Ioannina, Greece

    Phone : +30 26510 07816

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    Education and training
    B. Sc
    Dept of Biological Applications and Technology, University of Ioannina (2008-2013)
    PhD
    Dept of Medical School, Laboratory of Biological Chemistry, University of Ioannina (begin April of 2014)
    Funding Agency: ΙΚΥ (State Scholarship Foundation) Title: Targeted Medications: Endocytosis, trafficking and Molecular Mechanism of Action

    Work experience

    •    2013: “Verification of next generation sequencing results in the study of the role of progesterone receptor in breast cancer cells” Diploma thesis, at Biomedical Research Institute, IMBB – FORTH Supervisors: Dr A. Magklara & Prof. T. Fotsis
    •    2014-2015:  Participation in the project “Novel EGF-Drug conjugates to target breast and lung cancer” ARISTEIA II (IIBEA 275) at Biomedical Research Institute, IMBB – FORTH in cooperation with Dr K. Tamvakopoulos, Department of Clinical, Experimental Surgery & Translational Research, BRFAA, Athens
    •    2014-2015:  Participation in the project, “Synthesis of non-toxic calixarene derivatives, immobilization on gold nanoparticles and their utilization for drug delivery systems in living cells”, N.S.R.F 2007-2013 (ID: 81311) at Biomedical Research Institute, IMBB – FORTH in cooperation with Dr A.Tzakos, Department of chemistry, University of Ioannina
    •    2015-2016: Participation in the project ‘’VEGF signaling in the generation of vascularized artificial tissue’’, Siemens – Biology – Biophotonics at Biomedical Research Institute, IMBB – FORTH
    •    2017: FEBS short term fellowship School of Biosciences, University of Birmingham, UK

    Kougioumtzi A, Tsaparas P, Magklara A. Deep sequencing reveals new aspects of progesterone receptor signaling in breast cancer cells. PLoS One. 2014;9(6).