NEUROPHENE team

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George DELIGEORGIS

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Co-PI

The Deligeorgis group has participated in numerous projects in design and fabrication of compound semiconductor devices in the field of photonics and high frequency electronics (MMIC) for the last decade.The lab is currently leading the High frequency measurement facility and the 2D materials activity within the Microelectronics lab at FORTH-IESL.

Alexandros PANTAZIS

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Contractual Researcher

The Pantazis group is interested in Biosensors
Lab-on-a-chip systems, MEMS, Opto- and Micro-fluidics and 3D printing for applications in biomedical research.

Carol MURPHY

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Co-PI

Research in The Fotsis and Murphy labs is focused on the molecular mechanisms regulating Angiogenesis and Vasculogenesis,  the role of the endocytic pathway in growth factor signalling, trafficking and signalling during pluripotency and differentiation of human pluripotent stem cells.  Pluripotent cells are also used for translational targets related to tumour angiogenesis and regenerative medicine.

Christos G. GKOGKAS

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Coordinator PI

Research in the Gkogkas group focuses on the study the neurobiological basis of complex brain disorders using rodent models and human pluripotent cell-based models, with the aim to develop novel therapeutics.

NEUROPHENE project methodology

NEUROPHENE activities
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