Professor Kostas Tokatlidis

Categories: Biochemistry, Cell Biology, Metabolism (inc diabetes and obesity), Molecular Biology, Structural Biology
University: University of Glasgow

Fellow 2001-2003

Area of Current Research Interests
Molecular mechanisms of mitochondria biogenesis with particular emphasis on the targeting, membrane translocation and assembly processes for membrane proteins using yeast. Role of Tim proteins as chaperones.

Oxidative folding and redox signalling in mitochondria in health and disease. Peptide-based pharmaceutical targeting of mitochondria for theranostic applications

Other Information
Resigned fellowship, 30 September 2003.
Appointed Associate Professor, University of Crete in the Institute of Biology & Molecular Biology, 1.10.03.
Consumables expenditure extended until 1.10.04.
Elected a Member of the Institute, 2005.
Elected EMBO member 2013.
Royal Society Wolfson Research Merit Award, 2013.
Moved to University of Glasgow, 2013.
Cathcart Chair, University of Glasgow, 2013
Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 2016.
Elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Biology, 2020
Elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry, 2021
Director of Research, School of Molecular Biosciences, University of Glasgow, 2022
Elected member of Academia Europaea (MAE), 2022