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Georgios PAVLOU

Name: Georgios Pavlou
Date of Birth: 22/08/1988
Languages: Greek (native), English (very good), French (beginner)
Tel: +330783479634
Email: pavlou.grgs<at>gmail.com

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EDUCATION

Sep 2015 - Now  

AIV M2 MSc in Systems and Synthetic Biology. University Paris Diderot, Paris, France. 

Sep 2013 – Sept 2014    

MSc Systems and Synthetic Biology. University of Aberdeen, College of Life Sciences and Medicine, Department of Medical sciences, Aberdeen, United Kingdom 

Sep 2006 – Feb 2013

BSc Mathematics (4 years program). University of Crete, Department of Mathematics, Heraklion, Greece

 

Sep 2003 – Jun 2006      

3rd High School of Chalkida, Chalkida, Greece

 

RESEARCH

 

Apr 2016 – Jul 2016  

Internship researcher in Microfluidics for Cancer. University Pars Descartes, UMRS1147. Translational-Research-and-Microfluidics, Paris, France
Project: Resistance prediction to targeted cancer treatment with microfluidic platforms under supervision of Dr Valérie Taly.

Jan 2016 – Apr 2016  

Internship researcher in Cancer related project. Institute Curie, Immunity and Cancer, U932, Paris, France
Project: The Tumor MicroEnvironment Global Analysis under supervision of Dr Vassilis Soumelis.

Sep 2015 – Dec 2015  

Internship researcher in HIV and Cancer project. Institute Curie, Immunity and Cancer, U932, Paris, France
Project: Development of new methods and quantification in the study of nuclear envelope breaching and consequences in immune responses under supervision of Dr Nicolas Manel.

Oct 2014 – Sep 2015

Volunteer Researcher in Cancer related projects. National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Medical School, Molecular Carcinogenesis Group, Laboratory of Histology-Embryology, Athens, Greece

Sep 2013 – Sep 2014    

MSc Systems and Synthetic Biology. University of Aberdeen, College of Life Sciences and Medicine, Department of Medical sciences, Aberdeen, United Kingdom.
Master’s degree project: Synthetic gene network for associative learning under supervision of Dr Yasushi Saka. (Grade: Merit)

 

OTHER WORK EXPERIENCES

Jun 2015 - Aug 2015

Team leader in a sport camp for children 6-14 years old.

Feb 2013 - Aug 2014 

Teacher (private tuition) in mathematics for high school students age 14-18 years old; the aim was to strengthen the students’ mathematical knowledge and skills for university admission.

Generally

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