Georgia Ntasi (UNINA)

About Georgia

Chemistry always intrigued me for its applicability in different fields of science. Getting analytical chemistry as a starting point, my research interests expanded towards organic synthesis and analysis in my BSc, while a research study on targeted metabolomics in human plasma was carried out during my MSc. All these experiences gave me the opportunity to get valuable knowledge in chromatographic and spectrometric techniques for the analysis of small molecules that I had the opportunity to put into practice working for one year as an Analytical R&D scientist. Furthermore my continuous interest for the biochemistry background in all of the projects that I have taken over along with my previous knowledge and experience motivated me to expand my field of expertise in proteomics.

In the frame of this PhD position my main goal is to apply my knowledge in biochemistry and widen the ‘’omics’’ technology from metabolomics to proteomics in ancient proteins for the preservation of cultural heritage as a final application. I strongly believe that my background in chemistry as well as and my previous research experiences could be an asset for the PhD program.

Read about Georgia's PhD project.

CV

2016-2017: PharmaGnose S.A, Position: R&D Analyst

Research and development of methodologies for:

I. The qualitative or quantitative analysis of natural compounds in final commercial products (supplements etch)

II. Detection and quantification of natural compounds in biological samples after the administration with the natural product with the use of UHPLC-MS/MS, HPLC-DAD and GC-MS.

Validation of analytical methods according to the guidelines of FDA or EMA

Stability studies

2014-2016: MSc in Pharmaceutical Analysis & Quality Control, Faculty of Pharmacy, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece

Thesis topic: “Development and validation of analytical methodology with UHPLC-MS/MS for quantification of the methylation pathway”

2009-2014: Bachelor in Chemistry, Faculty of Chemistry, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece

Thesis topic: “Synthesis of a palladium complex with a β-D-glucopyranosyl-thiosemicarbazone and its application in the Suzuki-Miyaura coupling of aryl bromides with phenylboronic acid.”

Publications

Synthesis of a palladium complex with a β-D-glucopyranosyl- thiosemicarbazone and its application in the Suzuki-Miyaura coupling of aryl bromides with phenylboronic acid, Alia-Cristina Tenchiu, Iro- Konstantina Ventouri, Georgia Ntasi, Dimitrios Palles, George Kokotos, Dimitra Kovala-Demertzi, Ioannis D. Kostas,Inorganica Chimica Acta

Roasted and green coffee extracts show antioxidant and cytotoxic activity in myoblast and endothelial cell lines in a cell specific manner.Priftis A, Panagiotou EM, Lakis K, Plika C, Halabalaki M, Ntasi G, Veskoukis AS, Stagos D, Skaltsounis LA, Kouretas D, Food Chemical Toxicology

Effect of polyphenols from coffee and grape on gene expression in myoblasts. Priftis A, Goutzourelas N, Halabalaki M, Ntasi G, Stagos D, Amoutzias GD, Skaltsounis LA, Kouretas D, Mechanisms of Ageing and Development

Enhancement of Antioxidant Mechanisms and Reduction of Oxidative Stress in Chickens after the Administration of Drinking Water Enriched with Polyphenolic Powder from Olive Mill Waste Waters.Papadopoulou A, Petrotos K, Stagos D, Gerasopoulos K, Maimaris A, Makris H, Kafantaris I, Makri S, Kerasioti E, Halabalaki M, Brieudes V, Ntasi G, Kokkas S, Tzimas P, Goulas P, Zakharenko AM, Golokhvast KS, Tsatsakis A, Kouretas D, Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity.

Roasting has a distinct effect on the antimutagenic activity of coffee varieties. Priftis A, Panagiotou EM, Lakis K, Plika C, Halabalaki M, Ntasi G, Veskoukis AS, Stagos D, Skaltsounis LA, Kouretas D, Genetic Toxicology and Environmental Mutagenesis.

Contacts

E-mail: georgia.ntasi@unina.it

E-mail: gntasi@palaeome.org

LinkedIn: Georgia Ntasi

ResearcherID: Georgia Ntasi

At: University of Naples Federico II

Supervisor: Leila Birolo