Stamatia Papagiannarou, MSc Molecular Virology

Position:

Research Technician

Phone:

+49 6221 42 4945

Scientific CV

Since August 2020
Research Technician, Division of Microbiome and Cancer
DKFZ Heidelberg

2014 - 2018
Research Technician at Zentrum Für Medizinische Forschung der Universität Heidelberg, Universitäts Medizin Mannheim

2012 - 2013
QC Microbiologist, Pharmacenter Vianex S.A., Athens - Greece

2009 – 2011
Research Associate-QC specialist, Alapis Group of Companies S.A., Athens - Greece

2006 - 2007
MSc Molecular Virology and Pathology of Viruses, Imperial College London – UK

2002 – 2006
BSc (Hons) Molecular and Cell Biology, University of Glasgow - UK

Selected Publications

Micakovic T1, Papagiannarou S1, Clark E1, Kuzay Y1, Abramovic K2, Peters J3, Sticht C1, Volk N2, Fleming T4, Nawroth P4, Hammes HP5, Alenina N6, Gröne HJ7, Hoffmann SC8.
The angiotensin II type 2 receptors protect renal tubule mitochondria in early stages of diabetes mellitus. Kidney Int. 2018 Nov, 94(5):937-950.

Angiotensin II type 2 receptor (AT2R) localizes to mitochondria of renal tubules and modifies mitochondrial function in early stages of type 1 diabetes in rats
Micakovic T1, Papagiannarou S1, Clark E1, Kuzay Y1, Abramovic K2, Peters J3, Sticht C1, Volk N2, Fleming T4, Nawroth P4, Hammes HP5, Alenina N6, Gröne HJ7, Hoffmann SC8.
Article in Diabetologie und Stoffwechsel 11(S 01) · April 2016

B01-1 Spatial expression of Anks3 and Anks6 in the kidney and their co-localization is developmentally regulated and disturbed by the Anks6pR823W mutation
E. Clark1, M. Papagiannarou1, T. Micakovic1, J. Bowie2, S. Hoffmann1 1University Heidelberg, Medical Faculty Mannheim, Germany; 2UCLA, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Los Angeles, CA, United States

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