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Aristeidis Kritis

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Undergraduate Studies


Medical Doctor
Faculty of Medicine
School of Health Sciences
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki


Honors BSc
Department of Biochemistry, Faculty of Sciences
The University Dundee DD1 4HN Scotland


Higher Technological and Vocational Institute of Thessaloniki
School of Health Sciences
Medical Laboratory Technology

Post Graduate Studies


Doctor of Philosophy Ph.D.
Faculty of Medicine School of Health Sciences and
Institute of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology,
Foundation of Research and Technology
Heraklion Crete

Training abroad
June-December 1988 Training on basic molecular biology and biotechnology Section of Molecular Genetics, Boston University Medical Center, Whitaker Cardiovascular Institute, Boston MA USA
February –November 1990 Training in cell and tissue culture and in protein expression from recombinant DNA, Section of Molecular Genetics, Boston University Medical Center, Whitaker Cardiovascular Institute, Boston MA USA

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He was born on 23rd of May 1960 in Nea Moudania of Chalkidiki.

He studied Biochemistry in the Biochemistry department of the University of Dundee in Scotland, from where he graduated with an Honors BSc in 1985. He completed his postgraduate thesis in the Medical School of the University of Crete, and he was awarded his PhD in 1993. He was trained in Molecular Biology and Biotechnology, in the Molecular Genetics Section of the Whitaker Cardiovascular Institute in the Boston University Medical Center in the USA. In 2001 he was elected Lecturer in Physiology and since 2012 he serves as an Associate Professor in the Laboratory of Physiology, in the Physiology and Pharmacology Department of the Medical Faculty, School of Health Sciences in the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. In 2014 he implemented the Cross Border Stem Cells Regenerative Medicine program "REMEDIC" ( being the Lead Project partner and the Contact Person. He established a Regenerative Medicine, cGMP Facility, dedicated to cartilage and bone regeneration from adipose derived mesenchymal stem cells, development of personalized medical implants and cell therapies. His research interests include Cell Signaling in neurodegenerative diseases with respect to inflammation, cell death and Tissue Engineering. He has considerable published work of 54 scientific articles, an H index of 17 and more than 1000 citation to his work.


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