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Georgios Paschos, PhD

Georgios Paschos, PhD

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Research Assistant Professor of Pharmacology
Department: Pharmacology

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10-102 Smilow Center for Translational Research
3400 Civic Center Boulevard, Building 421
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: 2158988360
Fax: 2155732236
Lab: 2158980256
BS (Nutrition and Dietetics)
Harokopio University, 1999.
PhD (Nutritional Biochemistry)
Harokopio University, 2004.
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Selected Publications

Lucey Alice J, Paschos Georgios K, Thorsdottir Inga, Martínéz J Alfredo, Cashman Kevin D, Kiely Máireád: Young overweight and obese women with lower circulating osteocalcin concentrations exhibit higher insulin resistance and concentrations of C-reactive protein. Nutrition research (New York, N.Y.) 33(1): 67-75, Jan 2013.

Paschos Georgios K, Baggs Julie E, Hogenesch John B, FitzGerald Garret A: The role of clock genes in pharmacology. Annual review of pharmacology and toxicology 50: 187-214, 2010.

Paschos George K, Zampelas Antonis, Panagiotakos Demosthenes B, Katsiougiannis Stergios, Griffin Bruce A, Votteas Vasilios, Skopouli Fotini N: Effects of flaxseed oil supplementation on plasma adiponectin levels in dyslipidemic men. European journal of nutrition 46(6): 315-20, Sep 2007.

Paschos George K, Rallidis Loukianos S, Liakos Georgios K, Panagiotakos Demosthenes, Anastasiadis George, Votteas Vasilios, Zampelas Antonis: Background diet influences the anti-inflammatory effect of alpha-linolenic acid in dyslipidaemic subjects. The British journal of nutrition 92(4): 649-55, Oct 2004.

Rallidis Loukianos S, Paschos Georgios, Papaioannou Maria L, Liakos Georgios K, Panagiotakos Demosthenes B, Anastasiadis Georgios, Zampelas Antonis: The effect of diet enriched with alpha-linolenic acid on soluble cellular adhesion molecules in dyslipidaemic patients. Atherosclerosis 174(1): 127-32, May 2004.

Rallidis Loukianos S, Paschos Georgios, Liakos Georgios K, Velissaridou Aggeliki H, Anastasiadis Georgios, Zampelas Antonis: Dietary alpha-linolenic acid decreases C-reactive protein, serum amyloid A and interleukin-6 in dyslipidaemic patients. Atherosclerosis 167(2): 237-42, Apr 2003.

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