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Constantinos M. Athanassopoulos Print E-mail

Assοciate Professor of Organic Chemistry


CMAthanassopoulos





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Education

2003: Ph.D. in Chemistry, Department of Chemistry, University of Patras, Greece

1991: Diploma in Chemistry, Department of Chemistry, University of Patras, Greece


Professional training and academic appointments

2016-today : Associate Professor of Organic Chemistry, Department of Chemistry, University of Patras,

2010-2016: Assistant Professor of Organic Chemistry, Department of Chemistry, University of Patras,

2009 : Post Doctoral Fellow (The Research Council of Norway)

2006- 2010: Lecturer in Organic Chemistry, Department of Chemistry, University of Patras,

2005- 2006 : Post Doctoral Fellow (Greek Scholarship Foundation), Laboratory of Organic Chemistry, Department of Chemistry, University of Patras, Greece,

2005: Part-time Lecturer, Department of Pharmacy, University of Patras,

2003- 2005: Post Doctoral Researcher, Department of Chemistry, University of Patras, Greece,

1995- 1996 : Research Fellow (EU fellowship, HCM), Department of Chemistry, University of Calabria, Cosenza, Italy,

1994: Research Fellow (EU fellowship, HCM), Department of Chemistry, University of Minho, Braga, Portugal.


Professional Societies

American Chemical Society,

Royal Society of Chemistry,

American Society for Mass Spectrometry,

Association of Greek Chemists


Scholarships

2009: Scholarship from The Research Council of Norway for postdoctoral research in the University of Bergen, Norway.

2005-2006:  Scholarship from Greek State Scholarships’ Foundation for postdoctoral research in Greece.

1994, 1995- 1996: Human Capital and Mobility Fellowship for research in the Universities of Braga and Calabria, respectively.


International Schools

October 2007: MAOS 2007 Microwave Assisted Organic Synthesis, San Francisco, CA, USA.

September 2004: Ischia Advanced School of Organic Chemistry (IASOC 2004), Ischia, ITALY.

June 1993 & July 1996: NATO Advanced Study Institute (ASI) on Mass Spectrometry in the Biomolecular Science, (NATO scholarship) in Lacco Ameno, Ischia and Altavilla Milicia, Palermo, ITALY respectively.


Research Interests

1. Synthesis of molecules with Medicinal/ Biological importance (amino acids; retinoids; psoralens; polyamines; fullerenes)

2. Synthesis of Bioconjugates

3. Solid Phase Synthesis of “chemical probes” for applications in Mass Spectrometry Proteomics Applications.

4. Synthesis of labeling reagents (heavy/ light) for applications in analysis by Mass Spectrometry.


Invited Lectures

February 2013: IPATIMUP- University of Porto, Porto, Portugal (COST ACTION CM1106), Title: “Total Synthesis of Acidic Retinoids: A Library of Potential Cancer Stem Cell Regulators”.

January 2012: University of Insubria, Varese, Italy, Title: “Mass Spectrometry techniques and applications on the analysis of biomolecules”.

November 2008: Kjemisk Institutt, University of Bergen, Bergen, Norway, Title: “Synthetic Studies Towards the Development of acidic retinoids and acid retinoid-psoralen conjugates and hybrids”.

October 2008: Workshop in the framework of international school of Doctorate “Bernadino Telesio School of Hard Sciences” University of Calabria, Cozenza, Italy, Title: “Synthetic Studies towards the Development of Acidic Retinoids and Acidic Retinoid-Psoralen Conjugates and Hybrids, Suitable for Structure-Activity Relationship Studies”.

September 2007: XXXI Convegno Nazionale della Diviosione di Chimica Organica della Societa Chimica Italiana (ATTI) University of Calabria, Cozenza, Italy, Title: “Synthetic Studies towards the Development of a Glutathione-based anticancer or antiviral drug delivery system”.

June 2007: ECTNA, Newly Appointed Academic Teaching Staff Residential Summer School, Sliema, Malta, Title: “Survival for new Lecturers”.


Teaching Activities

Undergraduate Courses: Synthetic Organic Chemistry (FGI), Special Topics of Organic Chemistry (Mass Spectrometry), Organic Chemistry of Functional Groups II, Experimental Organic Chemistry (I and II lab courses), Organic Chemistry Lab-course (Dept. of Biology).

Postgraduate Courses: Organic Synthesis of Drugs, Advanced Synthetic Organic Chemistry (FGI), Techniques for Purification and Identification/ Characterization of Synthetic Products (Mass Spectrometry).


Publications

International Scientific Journals with Peer Review System:34

International Scientific Books: 1


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