University of Athens, Greece
Research Interest: Bioactive compounds and
Research Interest: Medicinal Chemistry.
Research Interest: Highly efficient chemical
synthesis, discovery of new types of drugs and discovery of catalyst and its
application. In addition, I interest to synthesis new classes of dendrimer-like
polymeric DNA, polymers and its application for chemiluminescence detection of
target DNA and delivery of siRNA. I have experience of a wide range of
techniques as applied to Medicinal chemistry, including medicinal chemistry,
molecular biology, analytical chemistry, spectroscopy, synthetic chemistry and
Research Interest: Ion selective electrodes
techniques,Voltammetric techniques,Spectrophotometric techniques,Chemometric
techniques for simultaneous determination of mixtures.
Research Interest: Enzymology; Biocatalysis in
Organic Solvent; Protein Biochemistry.
Christoforos G. Kokotos is an Assistant Professor of Organic Chemistry at the Department of Chemistry, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece, with undergraduate studies at the University of Athens, PhD studies at the University of Bristol, UK (Prof. Varinder Aggarwal) and post-doctoral studies at Princeton University, USA (Prof. David W. C. MacMillan). His research interests focus on the development of novel asymmetric organocatalytic methodologies, green and sustainable organocatalytic oxidations, Photocatalysis, their application in the synthesis of pharmaceuticals, compounds of biological importance and natural products and the study of the mechanisms of organic transformations employing modern techniques, like HRMS. He is co-author of 71 peer-reviewed papers, 4 book chapters, 2 patents, >40 presentations in conferences. He is the recipient of prestigious awards, like the Hildergard-Zervas Award, Academy of Athens (2016 and 2018), JSP fellowship for the Burgenstock Conference (2016), Young Investigators Workshop (3 times representing Greece, 2014, 2017 and 2018) and ACS Young Academic Investigators Award (2014, representing Europe).
Research Interest: Organic Chemistry, Food Chemistry, Green Chemistry
Grants: (1) Research Funding Scheme Post-doc, “PEPCAT-Novel Organocatalysts Based on Peptides and Amino Acids and their Application in Asymmetric Organic Transformations”, General Secretariat for Research and Development (2012-2015, 150.000 €).
(2) Organocatalysis – ORCA, Cost Action CM0905 funded by the intergovernmental framework for European Cooperation in Science and technology (2011-2014), Management Committee Substitute and co-Organizer of the third ORCA meeting in Athens, 2012. Action Chair: Prof. P. Pihko, University of Jyvskyl, Finland.
(3) Research Proposal Funding Scheme, John Latsis Foundation “PhotoOrganocatalysis: Development of new environmentally-friendly methods for the synthesis of compounds for the pharmaceutical and chemical industry” (2015, 12.000€).
(4) C-H Activation in Organic Synthesis – CHAOS, Cost Action CM15106 funded by the intergovernmental framework for European Cooperation in Science and technology (2016-2020), Management Committee Substitute. Action Chair: Prof. M. Schnurch, Technical University of Vienna, Austria.
(5) Fellowship for PhD programme, Ms Errika Voutyritsa, State Scholarships Foundation (IKY), 2016.
(6) Fellowship for PhD programme, Ms Ierasia Triandafillidi, Hellenic Foundation for Research and Innovation (ELIDEK), 2017.
(7) Fellowship for PhD programme, Mr Nikolaos Nikitas, State Scholarships Foundation, 2018.
(8) European Network on Pseudomyxoma Peritonei – PMP, Cost Action CA17101 funded by the intergovernmental framework for European Cooperation in Science and technology (2019-2023), Management Committee Member. Action Chair: Prof. Kjersti Flatmark, Oslo University Hospital, Norway.
(9) Chemobrionics, Cost Action CA17120 funded by the intergovernmental framework for European Cooperation in Science and technology (2019-2023), Management Committee Member. Action Chair: Prof. Julyan Cartwright, CSIC Granada, Spain.
(10) Fellowship for PhD programme, Ms Nikoleta Spiliopoulou, Hellenic Foundation for Research and Innovation (ELIDEK), 2019.
(11) Research Funding Scheme Teams of Young Investigators, “Green and Sustainable Organocatalysis: Novel Epoxidation reactions and their application in Chemical Industry”, General Secretariat for Research and Development (2019-2021, 50.000 €).