Προσκλήσεις για ομιλίες & διαλέξεις

  1. Autophagic pathways in health and disease: Mitophagy and neurodegeneration. (2019) Tissue Engineering Therapies: From Concept to Clinical Translation & Commercialization, Heraklion, Greece.

  2. Ageing science and science fiction. (2018) TEDxChania, Chania, Greece.

  3. Coupling of mitochondrial metabolism and mRNA turnover modulates cellular homeostasis during ageing in C. elegans. (2018) Cologne Seminars on Ageing Series, Cologne, Germany.

  4. Regulation and Roles of Autophagy in the Mammalian Brain. (2018) 3rd World Congress on the Genetics, Geriatrics and Neurodegenerative Diseases Research (GeNeDis 2018), Toronto, Canada.

  5. Autophagy in the central nervous system: Signalling pathways, adaptive plasticity and neurodegeneration. (2018) Gordon Research Conference on Autophagy: Basic Biology and Age-related diseases, Tuscany, Italy.

  6. Mitophagy and mitochondrial biogenesis in ageing. (2018) International Symposium in Experimental and Clinical Cardiovascular Medicine, Athens, Greece.

  7. Mitochondrial homeostasis in neurodegeneration and ageing. (2017) Annual Fondation Sante conference, Athens, Greece.

  8. Regulation and roles of autophagy in mammalian brain proteostasis. (2017) Conference on Proteostatic Mechanisms in Health and Disease, Athens, Greece.

  9. The European Research Council position on data integrity and scientific misconduct. (2017) 10th Hellenic Bioinformatics conference, Heraklion, Greece.

  10. Genome editing and gene therapy technologies against cancer. (2017) Cancer and Personalized Medicine Conference, Athens, Greece.

  11. Regulation of proteostasis by P body-mediated control of protein synthesis during ageing in Caenorhabditis elegans (2017) Cologne Cluster of Excellence in Cellular Stress Responses in Aging-associated Diseases (CECAD) Research Center retreat, Cologne, Germany.

  12. FORTH and scientific research in Greece in times of crisis: research: challenges and opportunities. (2017) Annual conference of the World Council of Cretans, Rethymnon, Greece.

  13. The psychology of the researcher. (2017) Commencement address at the graduation ceremony of the Department of Psychology, University of Crete, Rethymnon, Greece.

  14. Molecular mechanisms of ageing and longevity. (2017) Conference of the Research Institute for longevity and the prevention of age-associated disorders, Longevity: A realistic goal, Athens, Greece.

  15. Creating conducive environment for research in Greece. (2017) Symposium on Brain Drain in Greece: How to transform a problem to a solution, Hellenic Pasteur Institute, Athens, Greece.

  16. FORTH and biomedical research: achievements and outlook. (2017) Clinical and Translational Oncology Conference, Chania, Greece.

  17. Compiling effective research manuscripts and proposals. (2017) Conference of the European Society for Biomaterials, Athens, Greece.

  18. Autophagic pathways in health and disease: Mitophagy and neurodegeneration. (2017) 17th Hellenic Symposium on Medicinal Chemistry, Thessaloniki, Greece.

  19. Biomedical Research in Greece: Challenges and opportunities (2017) 3rd Conference of the Hellenic Society of Pharmaceutical Medicine: Innovation in Biomedical Research, Athens, Greece.

  20. Mitochondrial homeostasis in neurodegeneration and ageing. (2017) Retreat of the Department of Biological Sciences, University of Cyprus, Lefkosia, Cyprus.

  21. Regulation and Roles of Autophagy in the Mammalian Brain. (2017) Gordon Research Conference on Molecular Membrane Biology, Andover, USA.

  22. Autophagic pathways in health and disease: Mitophagy and neurodegeneration. (2017) 5th International Multithematic Bio-Medical Congress, Nicosia, Cyprus.

  23. Mitophagy and mitochondrial biogenesis in neurodegeneration and ageing. (2017) Annual conference of the German Society for Ageing Research, Cologne, Germany.

  24. BioImaging-GR: The national Biomedical Imaging research infrastructure. (2017) 7th Symposium of the Scientific Society of Mikrobiokosmos, Athens, Greece.

  25. Where nature surpasses itself: Genes and the nervous system. (2017) Pankritio Lyceum, Heraklion, Greece.

  26. The funding schemes of the European Research Council and their impact on national research strategy and policy. (2017) Celebrating the 10th anniversary of the ERC, Athens Greece.

  27. Mitophagy and mitochondrial biogenesis in neurodegeneration and ageing. (2017) International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (IUBMB) Focused Meeting on the Molecular aspects of aging and longevity, Athens, Greece.

  28. Mitochondrial turnover in neurodegeneration and ageing (2017) 6th International Conference on Tissue Engineering and 3rd International Conference on Regenerative Biomedical Materials, Heraklion, Crete, Greece.

  29. Mitochondrial dynamics and mitophagy in neurodegeneration and ageing. (2017) 6rd World Hellenic Biomedical Association (WHBA) Summer School, Itilo, Mani, Laconia, Greece.

  30. Autophagy in the central nervous system: Signalling pathways, adaptive plasticity and neurodegeneration. (2017) 6rd World Hellenic Biomedical Association (WHBA) Summer School, Itilo, Mani, Laconia, Greece.

  31. Autophagy in neurodegeneration and ageing. (2017) Annual Conference of the European Society of Human Genetics, Copenhagen, Denmark.

  32. Coupling mitophagy and mitochondrial biogenesis with neurodegeneration during ageing. (2017) EMBO workshop on Mitochondrial Quality Control, Xi'an, China.

  33. Mitophagy in neurodegeneration and ageing. (2017) International symposium on the Molecular Basis of Life, German Genetics Society and German Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Bochum, Germany.

  34. Mitochondrial dynamics and mitophagy in neurodegeneration and ageing. (2017) Istanbul Kultur University, Istanbul, Turkey.

  35. Mitochondrial dynamics and mitophagy in neurodegeneration and ageing. (2017) School of Medicine, The Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel.

  36. Regulation and roles of autophagy in the mammalian brain. (2017) TransAutophagy Meeting, Eberhard Karls University, T?bingen, Germany.

  37. Mitochondrial biogenesis and clearance in health and disease. (2017) European Workshop for Rheumatology Research, Athens, Greece.

  38. Coupling of mitochondrial proliferation and turnover preserves cellular energy homeostasis under stress. (2017) Keystone Symposia on Mitochondria Communication, Taos, New Mexico, USA.

  39. Biomedical Research in Greece: Challenges and opportunities (2017) Çellenic Innovation Forum, Athens, Greece.

  40. Compiling an effective research proposal. (2016) Hellenic Pharmaceutical Society Symposium, Athens, Greece.

  41. Coupling mitophagy and mitochondrial biogenesis with neurodegeneration during ageing. (2016) TransAutophagy Annual Conference, Warsaw, Poland.

  42. Biosciences in contemporary Greece: Challenges and opportunities. (2016) Conference of the Hellenic Association for Biosciences, Athens, Greece.

  43. Coupling mitophagy and mitochondrial biogenesis with neurodegeneration during ageing. (2016) University of Dundee, Scotland, UK.

  44. Mitochondrial dynamics and mitophagy in neurodegeneration and ageing. (2016) NIH/NIA workshop on Mitochondrial dynamics, Mitophagy and Aging, Bethesda, USA.

  45. 12.Recent developments in gene therapy. (2016) Clinical and Translational Oncology Conference, Heraklion, Greece.

  46. Autophagy in the central nervous system: Signalling pathways, adaptive plasticity and neurodegeneration. (2016) 2nd World Congress on Genetics, Geriatrics and Neurodegenerative Diseases Research (GeNeDis 2016) Sparta, Greece.

  47. Intrinsic mechanisms protecting against neurodegeneration and the role of small heat shock proteins: The heat stroke paradigm. (2016) Workshop on Small Heat Shock Proteins, Bertinoro, Italy.

  48. Mitochondrial turnover and age-related neurodegenerative disordes. (2016) National Conference on Ageing and Age-Associated pathologies, Heraklion, Greece.

  49. Mitochondrial turnover and neurodegeneration during ageing. (2016) Zing conference on Cell Fate Diversity in Ageing, Dubrovnik, Croatia.

  50. Mitochondria, neurodegeneration and ageing. (2016) European Worm Meeting, Berlin, Germany.

  51. Researching ageing: Science and science fiction. (2016) Athens Science Festival, Athens, Greece.

  52. Balancing proliferation and destruction of mitochondria to achieve longevity. (2016) Basel Worm Meeting, Basel, Switzerland.

  53. Genetic pathways that couple mitochondrial homeostasis and neurodegeneration during ageing. (2016) 2nd National Conference of the Hellenic Association of Medical Geneticists, Athens, Greece.

  54. Editing the Human genome: The CRIPR/CAS revolution. (2016) Hellenic Oncology Academy workshop on the hallmarks of cancer, Athens Greece.

  55. Balancing mitogenesis and mitophagy during ageing. (2016) Retreat of the Venetian Institute of Molecular Medicine, Treviso, Italy.

  56. Mitophagy and mitochondrial homeostasis during ageing. (2016) Black Forrest Winter Conference on Autophagic Membrane Trafficking and Dynamics in Ageing and Disease, Saig, Germany.

  57. Ageing and cellular energy homeostasis. (2015) 3rd Young Scientists Forum of the Hellenic Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Athens, Greece.

  58. The CRIPR/CAS revolution: From the bench to bedside. Applications and concerns. (2015) Workshop on Cancer Genetics: Risk assessment and Precision medicine, Athens Greece.

  59. Animal models of ageing. (2015) Joint ESA-ERC workshop on frontiers of space science and technology, ESA/ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Netherlands.

  60. The power of the worm: Researching biology on the fringe with a designer model organism. (2015) 2nd GENiE Network Meeting, Istanbul, Turkey.

  61. C. elegans: A platform for accelerating ageing research. (2015) Henry Stewart Talks, London, UK (http://www.hstalks.com/).

  62. Coupling mitochondrial homeostasis and neurodegeneration during ageing. (2015) Joint CodeAge / aDDRess / MarriAge Workshop on Genetic Model Organisms in Ageing Research, Cologne, Germany.

  63. Mitochondrial turnover and homeostasis as modulators of neurodegeneration during ageing. (2015) FEBS/EMBO Course on Mitochondria in life, death and disease. Fodele, Greece.

  1. Molecular mechanisms that govern the equilibrium between mitogenesis and mitophagy. (2015) EMBO Workshop on Mitochondrial DNA and Neurodegeneration, Barcelona, Spain.

  2. Geroprotectors and Protein Homeostasis. Aesthetic and Anti-Aging Medicine World Congress, Moscow, Russia.

  3. Biomedical Research in Greece: The Institute of Molecular Biology & Biotechnology. (2015) Biotechnologia 2015: The Biotech meeting in Greece, Kastoria, Greece.

  4. Metabolic homeostasis by coordination of mitophagy and the mitochondrial retrograde response during development and ageing. (2015) EMBO Workshop on Developmental Circuits in Ageing, Heraklion, Greece.

  5. Promoting biomedical research in Greece: Scientific excellence in times of crisis. (2015) 12th World Hellenic Biomedical Congress, Athens, Greece.

  6. Mitochondrial turnover and homeostasis during ageing. (2015) 5th Annual Gladstone/DZNE Workshop on the Enigmatic Role of Aging in Neurodegenerative Diseases: From Investigative Challenges to Therapeutic Opportunities, San Francisco, USA.

  7. Pursuing scientific excellence in Greece during times of economic crisis. (2015) Athens Science Festival, Athens, Greece.

  8. Protein homeostasis and maintenance during ageing. (2015) Department of Biology, University of Athens, Athens, Greece.

  9. Ageing and the nervous system: The role of mitochondrial turnover and homeostasis. (2015) 3rd Hellenic Forum for Science Technology and Innovation, Athens, Greece.

  10. Biomedical research in Greece: challenges and opportunities. (2015) Haematology symposium, Larissa, Greece.

  11. Non-linear microscopy and optical projection tomography. (2014) Department of Molecular Biology & Genetics, Democritus University of Thrace, Alexandroupoli, Greece.

  12. Innovative biomedical imaging approaches. (2014) Conference of the Hellenic Association for Biosciences, Athens, Greece.

  13. Mitochondrial turnover and homeostasis during ageing. (2014) Annual Meeting of the Hellenic Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Thessaloniki, Greece.

  14. Coordination of mitophagy and mitochondrial biogenesis during ageing. (2014) Workshop on Metabolic and Protein Network Analysis in Systems Biology, Patras, Greece.

  15. Caenorhabditis elegans: A model for Ageing and Neurodegeneration Research. (2014) IGBMC Strasbourg / SGBM Freiburg Joint PhD symposium on Animal Models in Biomedical Research, Strasbourg, France.

  16. Coordination of mitophagy and mitochondrial biogenesis during ageing. (2014) 22nd Conference of the European Cell Death Organization, Hersonissos, Greece.

  17. Principles of advanced optical imaging: Fluorescence and Confocal Microscopy. (2014) European Molecular Imaging Doctoral Schools workshop on Biophotonics and Molecular Imaging. Heraklion, Greece.

  18. Coordination of mitophagy and the mitochondrial retrograde response during ageing. (2014) BSRC "Alexander Fleming", Athens, Greece.

  19. Protein homeostasis and ageing. (2014) Department of Biology, University of Athens, Athens, Greece.

  20. Protein Synthesis and ageing. (2014) aDDRess/CodeAge European Summer School on Gene Regulation, Heraklion, Greece.

  21. Coordination of mitophagy and the mitochondrial biogenesis during development and ageing. (2014) European Research Institute for the Biology of Ageing, Groningen, The Netherlands.

  22. Intrinsic mechanisms protecting against neurodegeneration: The heat stroke paradigm. (2014) Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciencia, Oeiras, Portugal.

  23. Non-linear microscopy and optical projection tomography in Biology. (2014) Institute of Electronic Structure and Laser-FORTH Seminar series, Heraklion, Greece.

  24. Fostering innovation and entrepreneurship at the Foundation for Research and Technology. (2014) Entrepreneurship and Career Panorama, Athens, Greece.

  25. The Institute of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology: 30 years of excellence in biomedical research. (2014) Keynote Lecture, 3rd World Hellenic Biomedical Association (WHBA) Summer School, Itilo, Mani, Laconia, Greece.

  26. Intrinsic mechanisms protecting against neurodegeneration: The heat stroke paradigm. (2014) 3rd World Hellenic Biomedical Association (WHBA) Summer School, Itilo, Mani, Laconia, Greece.

  27. Models of neurodegeneration and necrotic cell death. (2014) 3rd World Hellenic Biomedical Association (WHBA) Summer School, Greece.

  28. Ageing and Protein Homeostasis. (2014) 3rd World Hellenic Biomedical Association (WHBA) Summer School, Greece.

  29. Non-linear microscopy and optical projection tomography. (2013) Department of Molecular Biology & Genetics, Democritus University of Thrace, Alexandroupoli, Greece.

  30. Coordination of mitophagy and the mitochondrial retrograde response during ageing. (2013) MRC Clinical Sciences Centre, Imperial College, London, UK.

  31. Regulation of mitochondrial homeostasis during ageing. (2013) 1st Annual CodeAge Meeting, Milano, Italy.

  32. Intrinsic mechanisms protecting against neurodegeneration: The heat stroke paradigm. (2013) Biomedical Research Institute, Ioannina, Greece.

  33. Non-linear microscopy and optical projection tomography. (2013) 19th International C. elegans Meeting, Los Angeles, USA.

  34. Coordination of mitophagy and the mitochondrial retrograde response during ageing. (2013) INsPiRE Workshop on ageing and cancer cell biology: Convergent and divergent molecular mechanisms, Athens, Greece.

  35. Intrinsic mechanisms protecting against neurodegeneration: The heat stroke paradigm (2013) Symposium of the Foundation for Research and Technology-Hellas, Heraklion, Greece.

  36. Research - Innovation - Entrepreneurship: Problems and Opportunities. (2013) 2nd "Greece Innovates!" Applied Research & Innovation Competition Forum, Heraklion, Crete, Greece.

  37. Heat stroke and neurodegeneration: The protective role of the heat shock response. (2013) 9th Aegean Meeting on Neurological Therapeutics, Heraklion, Greece.

  38. Coordination of mitophagy and the mitochondrial retrograde response during ageing. (2013) 3rd MULTIMOD Workshop, Chalkidiki, Greece.

  39. Neurodegeneration in heat stroke: The protective role of the heat shock response. (2013) Cologne Excellence Cluster on Cellular Stress Responses in Aging-Associated Diseases (CECAD), Cologne, Germany.

  40. Coordination of mitophagy and the mitochondrial retrograde response during ageing. (2013) Leibniz Research Institute for Environmental Medicine, Dusseldorf, Germany.

  41. Coordination of mitophagy and the mitochondrial retrograde response in ageing. (2013) Symposium on Life Long Fitness and Ageing, Gent, Belgium.

  42. Necrosis in heat stroke: The protective role of the heat shock response. (2013) Cold Spring Harbor Asia conference on the Mechanisms and Functions of Non-apoptotic Cell Death, Suzhou, Shanghai, China.

  43. Coordination of mitophagy and the mitochondrial retrograde response in ageing. (2013) Instituto de Biomedicina de Sevilla, Seville, Spain.

  44. Heat stroke and neurodegeneration: Protective hormesis via induction of the heat shock response. (2013) 4th Spanish Worm Meeting, Carmona (Seville), Spain.

  45. Ageing and Protein Homeostasis. (2013) University of Athens, Athens, Greece.

  46. Coordination of mitophagy and the mitochondrial retrograde response in ageing. (2013) Zing Conference on Mitochondria, metabolic regulation and the Biology of Aging, Lanzarote, Spain.

  47. Protein Homeostasis during Aging. (2012) Henry Stewart Talks, London, UK (http://www.hstalks.com/).

  48. Mitochondrial metabolism and ageing: Lessons from C. elegans. (2012) Symposium on Successful Aging, Innsbruck, Austria.

  49. The role of autophagy in cell death and longevity. (2012) The FENS Forum of Neuroscience, Barcelona, Spain.

  50. Ageing Mechanisms and Mitigants: Autophagy, a mediator of longevity? (2012) British Society for Research on Ageing Meeting, Birmingham, UK.

  51. The role of endocytosis and intracellular trafficking in necrotic neurodegeneration. (2012) 8th Aegean Meeting on Neurological Therapeutics, Heraklion, Greece.

  52. Mitochondrial energy metabolism and protein homeostasis in ageing. (2012) 2nd International Conference on the Genetics of Aging and Longevity, Moscow, Russia.

  53. Caenorhabditis elegans models of neurodegeneration and necrotic cell death. (2012) Workshop on animal models of neurodegeneration and behavioural tests for assessment of motor and cognitive function, Hellenic Pasteur Institute, Athens, Greece.

  54. Heat stroke-induced neurodegeneration: The protective role of the heat shock response. (2011) Bogazici University, Istanbul, Turkey.

  55. Microscopic optical projection tomography in vivo. (2011) Symposium/Workshop on New Imaging Technologies in Health and Disease, Athens, Greece.

  56. Molecular mechanisms of skin DNA damage and repair in ageing. (2011) 2nd National Symposium of Dermatology Research, Heraklion, Greece.

  57. Heat stroke-induced cell death mechanisms. (2011) 19th European Cell Death Organization Euroconference on Apoptosis, Stockholm, Sweden.

  58. Animal models for oxidative stress research. (2011) Society for Free Radical Research Meeting, Istanbul, Turkey.

  59. Oxidative stress and mitochondrial protein quality control in ageing. (2011) Society for Free Radical Research Meeting, Istanbul, Turkey.

  60. Molecular mechanisms underlying age-associated neurodegeneration. (2011) Conference on Ageing and Neurodegeneration, Bonn, Germany.

  61. Autophagy and ageing. (2011) Cluster in Biomedicine Summer School on active and healthy ageing, Trieste, Italy.

  62. Advanced light microscopy applications: Microscopic optical projection tomography in vivo. (2011) 11th European Light Microscopy Initiative (ELMI) Meeting. Alexandroupolis, Greece.

  63. Ageing research and the search for the fountain of youth. (2011) Open Doors Day at the Foundation for Research and Technology-Hellas, Heraklion, Greece.

  64. Heat stroke-induced neurodegeneration mechanisms. (2011) 7th Aegean Meeting on Neurologic Therapeutics, Heraklion, Greece.

  65. Heat stroke, heat shock and neurodegeneration. (2011) Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden.

  66. Modern ageing research: In search of the fountain of youth. (2011) Museum of Medicine, Heraklion, Greece.

  67. Genetic dissection of necrotic vs. apoptotic cell death in Caenorhabditis elegans. COST Action meeting: Life or Death of Protozoan Parasites, Brussels, Belgium.

  68. Heat stroke, heat shock and necrosis. (2011) Biomedical Research Foundation of the Academy of Athens, Greece.

  69. The evolution of ageing. (2011) Darwin days at the Museum of Natural History, Heraklion, Greece.

  70. Mitochondrial energy metabolism and protein homeostasis in C. elegans ageing. (2010) Institute of Medical Technology, University of Tampere, Finland.

  71. Dissecting the mechanisms of neurodegeneration and necrosis in C. elegans. (2010) EMBO Members Workshop, Heidelberg, Germany.

  72. Autophagy, ageing and longevity. (2010) 7th European Congress of Biogerontology, Palermo, Italy.

  73. Principles of Fluorescence and Confocal Microscopy. (2010) European Master in Molecular Imaging (EMMI) Programme. Heraklion, Greece.

  74. Energy metabolism and protein homeostasis in ageing. (2010) 5th Cold Spring Harbor Meeting on the Molecular Genetics of Aging, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, USA.

  75. Cellular energy metabolism and ageing in Caenorhabditis elegans. (2010) Annual meeting of the Austrian Association of Molecular Life Sciences and Biotechnology, Vienna, Austria.

  76. Prohibitin, mitochondrial energy metabolism and ageing in C. elegans. (2010) Gordon Research Conference on the Biology of Aging, Les Diablerets, Switzerland.

  77. My scientific autobiography and life in science. (2010) EMBO Fellows Meeting, EMBL Heidelberg, Germany.

  78. Mitochondrial metabolism and ageing. German Centre for Neurodegenerative Diseases. (2010) Bohn, Germany.

  79. The mitochondrial prohibitin complex and the regulation of metabolism during ageing. (2010) Cluster of Excellence for Aging Research, Symposium on C. elegans, Cologne, Germany.

  80. How to use a model organism to study ageing and protein quality control. (2010) FEBS/European Society for Free Radical Research, summer school on protein maintenance and turnover in aging and diseases, Spetses, Greece.

  81. Necrotic cell death and the protective role of the heat shock response. (2010) International Cell Death Society Symposium, Side, Turkey.

  82. Mitochondrial prohibitin and the regulation of metabolism during ageing. (2010) Max Delbrueck Center for Molecular Medicine (MDC), Berlin, Germany.

  83. Necrosis and the heat shock response. (2010) Conference on integrated cellular pathology: death, danger and degeneration, Pasteur Institute, Paris, France.

  84. A new class of gerontogenes involved in regulating mitochondrial biogenesis and function. (2010) Workshop on Mitochondria and senescence, Telomeres, and DNA damage, Brussels, Belgium.

  85. In search of the neuronal correlates of consciousness and memory. (2010) Department of Psychology, University of Crete, Rethimno, Greece.

  86. Prohibitin, mitochondrial metabolism and ageing. (2009) Department of Biology, Aristotelian University, Thessaloniki, Greece.

  87. Insulin signalling, mitochondrial metabolism and protein modification. (2009) Workshop on oxidative stress, protein damage and protein maintenance, Brussels, Belgium.

  88. What has Caenorhabditis elegans taught us about necrotic cell death and neurodegeneration? (2009) U848-INSERM, Institut Gustave-Roussy, Villejuif, France.

  89. Understanding ageing: Stress, genes and the environment. (2009) Euroscience Mediterranean Event 2009, Athens Greece.

  90. Stress, mitochondria and ageing (2009) 9th Symposium of the Foundation for Research and Technology-Hellas, Patras, Greece.

  91. The genetics of non-apoptotic cell death in Caenorhabditis elegans. (2009) Symposium on the Evolution of Programmed Cell Death in infection and immunity, W?rzburg, Germany.

  92. Cell Cycle/Apoptosis. (2009) Bodossaki Seminar Series, Athens, Greece.

  93. Principles of advanced optical imaging: Fluorescence and Confocal Microscopy. (2009) European Master in Molecular Imaging (EMMI) Programme. Heraklion, Greece.

  94. Aging research in Caenorhabditis elegans. (2009) Lifespan Young Investigator Workshop, Tartu, Estonia.

  95. Dissecting the molecular mechanisms of neurodegeneration in simple animal models. (2009) Fifth Aegean meeting on Neurologic Therapeutics. Agia Pelagia, Greece.

  96. In search of the neuronal correlates of consciousness. (2009) Evgenidion Foundation, Athens, Greece.

  97. Autophagy in neurodegeneration and necrotic cell death. (2009) University of Graz, Austria.

  98. The role of autophagy in neurodegeneration and necrotic cell death. & The role of acid sensing ion channels in dopamine neurotransmission and behavioural plasticity. (2009) Umea University, Sweden.

  99. Dopaminergic signalling and associative learning in C. elegans. (2009) Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden.

  100. Book presentation: "A Universe of Consciousness: How Matter Becomes Imagination" (Gerald Edelman and Giulio Tononi). Greek edition by Crete University Press (2009), Heraklion Greece.

  101. Modulation of dopaminergic signalling and associative learning in C. elegans. (2009) Instituto de Neurociencias de Alicante, Spain.

  102. Genetic and environmental factors in ageing. (2008) Conference of the Hellenic Association for Biosciences, Thessaloniki, Greece.

  103. The role of autophagy in neurodegeneration and necrotic cell death. (2008) National Hellenic Research Foundation, Athens, Greece.

  104. Cellular energy metabolism and ageing in Caenorhabditis elegans. (2008) 3rd International Conference on the Molecular and Cellular Biology of Helminth Parasites: New Technologies, New Opportunities. Hydra, Greece.

  105. The role of mitochondrial energy metabolism in C. elegans diapause and ageing. (2008) 6th Conference of the Hellenic Society of Free Radicals and Oxidative Stress, Ioannina, Greece.

  106. Animal models for aging and age-associated diseases. (2008) European Summit on Age Related Diseases, Wroclaw, Poland.

  107. Protein synthesis and ageing: a balancing act? (2008) 33rd FEBS Congress/11th IUBMB Conference, Athens, Greece.

  108. Mitochondrial energy metabolism during diapause and ageing in C. elegans. (2008) 8th FEBS Young Scientist Forum, Loutraki, Greece.

  109. The role protein synthesis in ageing and senescent decline. (2008) Institute for Biomedical Aging Research, Innsbruck, Austria.

  110. Ageing and the cellular energy equilibrium. (2008) 30th Conference of the Hellenic Society of Biological Sciences, Thessaloniki, Greece.

  111. The art of scientific writing and grantsmanship. (2008) European Neuroscience Institute PhD Symposium, Berlin, Germany.

  112. DEG/ENaC ion channels, dopaminergic signalling and associative learning in C. elegans. (2008) European Neuroscience Network meeting, Rome, Italy.

  113. An acid sensing ion channel mediates associative learning by modulating dopamine signalling in C. elegans. (2008) INSERM U789, Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris, France.

  114. Ageing and regulation of protein synthesis: A balancing act? (2007) University of Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland.

  115. Autophagy and necrotic cell death in Caenorhabditis elegans. (2007) 15th European Cell Death Organization Euroconference on Apoptosis, St. Bernardin, Slovenia.

  116. Introduction to Inflammation and Cell Death Cascades. (2007) 5th General Meeting of the International Proteolysis Society, Patras, Greece.

  117. Life Sciences: Always an interdisciplinary endeavor (2007) 8th Symposium of the Foundation for Research and Technology-Hellas, Rethymnon, Greece.

  118. Regulation of protein synthesis and ageing: A balancing act? (2007) 1st Scientific retreat, Graduate program on the "Molecular Basis of Human Disease", Heraklion, Greece.

  119. The DEG/ENaC family of ion channels: Diverse roles in sensory transduction and integration. (2007) The Onassis Foundation Lectures in Biology, Heraklion, Greece.

  120. Protein synthesis and ageing: eIF4E function in somatic cells modulates ageing in C. elegans. (2007) National Centre of Scientific Research "DEMOKRITOS", Athens Greece.

  121. The role of DEG/ENaC ion channels in mechanotransduction. (2007) International Society of Nephrology, World Congress of Nephrology, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

  122. Deciphering the molecular mechanisms of learning and memory: Specific synaptic ion channels and the modulation of neuronal communication. (2006) Bodossakis lectures in Biology, Thessaloniki, Greece.

  123. Modelling necrotic cell death and neurodegeneration in C. elegans: Insights and implications. (2006) Symposium on protein transport, synaptic function, and neurodegenerative disease. European Neuroscience Institute, Goettingen, Germany.

  124. Advancements in biological imaging: Modern methods and applications. (2006) Conference of the Hellenic Association of Bioscientists, Athens Greece.

  125. Genetic dissection of the molecular mechanisms mediating necrotic cell death in Caenorhabditis elegans. (2005) Hellenic Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Athens Greece.

  126. Molecular mechanisms of neurodegeneration. (2005) NCSR Demokritos, Athens Greece.

  127. Modern fluorescence microscopy methods and applications. International workshop on modern Light Microscopy techniques in Biomedical Research. (2005) Heraklion Greece.

  128. Caenorhabditis elegans: A "designer" model organism to investigate Biology. (2005) University of Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus.

  129. Using simple tools to understand necrotic cell death and neurodegeneration. (2005) 19th Meeting of the Hellenic Society for Neuroscience, Patras, Greece.

  130. Molecular pathways mediating neurodegeneration. (2005) Rinshoken, the Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Medical Science, Tokyo Japan.

  131. The role of Calpains in neurodegeneration. (2005) Japan Neuroscience Congress, Yokohama, Japan.

  132. Molecular pathways mediating neurodegeneration. (2005) RIKEN Brain Science Institute, Tokyo Japan.

  133. Requirement for specific DEG/ENaC ion channels in associative learning and memory in C. elegans. (2005) Blankenese Conference 2005, Hamburg Germany.

  134. Molecular targets and strategies for combating neurodegeneration. 2nd International Greek Biotechnology Forum conference, Athens Greece.

  135. Regulatory proteases in necrotic cell death. (2005) 30th FEBS Congress /9th IUBMB Conference, Budapest, Hungary.

  136. Molecular mechanisms of necrosis. (2005) The Onassis Foundation Lectures in Biology, Heraklion, Greece.

  137. Scientific Prize lecture. (2005) The Bodossaki Foundation, Athens, Greece.

  138. Molecular pathways mediating neurodegeneration in C. elegans (2005) University of Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland.

  139. Modelling neurodegeneration in C. elegans: Insights and implications. (2004) National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece.

  140. Proteolytic pathways mediating neurodegeneration in C. elegans. (2004) Institute of Biochemistry, Justus-Liebig-University, Giessen, Germany.

  141. Seeing is believing: Modern fluorescence microscopy technologies and tools. International workshop on modern Light Microscopy techniques in Biomedical Research. (2004) Heraklion Greece.

  142. Calcium and protease cascades in neurodegeneration. (2004) FASEB Conference on the Biology of Calpains in Health and Disease. Tucson, USA.

  143. Nematode Gene-Tagging Tools and Resources. (2004) European C. elegans Meeting. Interlaken, Switzerland.

  144. Pathways in macromolecule metabolism and ageing: Proteolytic mechanisms that mediate neurodegeneration in C. elegans. (2004) 2nd International Conference on the Functional Genomics of Ageing. Hersonissos, Greece.

  145. Molecular mechanisms of neurodegeneration in C. elegans. (2003) MRC Toxicology Unit, Leicester, UK.

  146. Calpains and Aspartyl proteases in neurodegeneration. (2003) 3rd General Meeting of the International Proteolysis Society. Nagoya, Japan.

  147. Proteolysis and pH in necrotic cell death. 11th European Cell Death Organization Euroconference on Apoptosis. (2003) Ghent, Belgium.

  148. Rogue Biology: The genetics of neurodegeneration in C. elegans. (2003) SFB 596 Symposium. Bavaria, Germany.

  149. New roles for degenerin ion channels in C. elegans. (2003) 3rd EMBO Young Investigator meeting. EMBL-Heidelberg, Germany.

  150. Mechanisms of necrotic cell death. (2003) University of Geneva Medical School, Switzerland.

  151. The genetics of neurodegeneration in C. elegans. (2003) Pasteur Institute France.

  152. Electrophysiology with laser probes? Second Harmonic Generation microscopy in C. elegans. (2003) EMBO symposium on Fluorescence Microscopy. EMBL-Heidelberg, Germany.

  153. Proteolytic mechanisms in necrotic cell death. (2003) Max Plank Institute for Neurobiology, Germany.

  154. Necrosis: Rogue biology? (2003) Hellenic Pasteur Institute, Greece.

  155. Shedding light on mechanotransduction. (2002) 5th Symposium of the Foundation for Research and Technology-Hellas, Metsovo, Greece.

  156. Degenerins: At the core of the nematode mechanotransducer? (2002) Institut de Pharmacologie et de Toxicologie, Universit? de Lausanne, Switzerland.

  157. Molecular mechanisms underlying the effects of caloric restriction on protein synthesis and aging in C. elegans. (2001) Gordon conference on the Biology of Aging: From Genetics to Physiology, UK.

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