The Gizeli Group

Acoustic waves for biosensing and innovation in healthcare

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Biosensors Lab at TIF 2018

By on 5th September 2018

Biosensors Lab participates in the Thessaloniki International Fair 2018, September 8-16.

Prof. Gizeli new Deputy Director at IMBB

By on 12th June 2018

Prof. E. Gizeli has been appointed Deputy Director of Institute of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology

Lab member awarded studentship

By on 6th June 2018

Congratulations to Gesthimani Theodosi, MSc student of the “Molecular Biology and Biomedicine” program, for being awarded one of the two “Maria Michail Manassaki” studentships offered to the Dept. of Biology graduates. The award is given to students with excellent performance in their undergraduate and graduate studies.

Lab member awarded studentship

By on 6th June 2018

MSc student Gesthimani Theodosi is awarded the highly competitive “Maria Michail Manassaki” studentship.

Plenary lecture by Prof. E. Gizeli

By on 21st September 2017

Prof. Electra Gizeli delivers a Plenary Lecture at the 10th International Conference of Instrumental Methods of Analysis (IMA)-2017, Heraklion, Greece, on “Acoustic Sensors for molecular diagnostics and point-of-care”

Grant from State Scholarship Foundation

By on 14th June 2017

Dr. Dimitra Milioni is awarded the “IKY Fellowships of Excellence for Postgraduate Studies in Greece – Siemens Programme”.

Invited talk by Prof. E. Gizeli

By on 1st April 2017

Prof. Electra Gizeli is invited to give a talk on ” Acoustic waves for biosensing and moleculatr diagnostics” at  the 2-day meeting on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology at Interfaces organized at the Hebrew Univ. of Jerusalem, Israel

New website launched

By on 21st February 2017

Our brand new website has just been launched. Readers are welcome to read about our research activities, get acquainted with our group members and search our publications database.

FET-OPEN grant awarded to Biosensors group

By on 15th February 2017

The highly prestigious FET-OPEN grant was awarded by the European Commission to the project “CATCH-U-DNA”, submitted by 7 partners with Prof. E. Gizeli as the coordinator. The work proposes a radically new and highly ambitious plan to develop a platform that could replace the PCR amplification method with an ultrasensitive detection scheme based on the use of ultrasound hydrodynamics. The method will be validated during the detection of common mutations found in colorectal and lung cancer.

Grant from French Ministry of Education and Research

By on 20th September 2016

Dr Dimitra Milioni and Biosensors lab are awarded a collaboration grant from the French Ministry of National Education, Higher Education and Research for collaboration with Laboratoire des BioMolécules at UPMC-Paris 6.