Spyridon Champeris Tsaniras

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Spyridon Champeris Tsaniras BSc, MSc, PhD


Journal of Molecular Biochemistry

Spyridon Champeris Tsaniras is a postdoctoral researcher at the Center of Basic Research at the University of Patras in Rio, Patras, Greece. His research interests include regenerative medicine, stem cells and cancer biology.

He is a proponent of open access publishing and firmly believes that the current pre-publication peer review system is severely flawed. Toward this end, he has been designing and evaluating new models of peer review, incorporating larger numbers of fellow scientists while detaching from the classic "reviewer-author" scheme.

Selected Publications:

  • Champeris Tsaniras S, Villiou M, Giannou AD, Nikou S, Petropoulos M, Pateras IS, Tserou P, Karousi F, Lalioti ME, Gorgoulis VG, Patmanidi AL, Stathopoulos GT, Bravou V, Lygerou Z & Taraviras S 2018 Geminin ablation in vivo enhances tumorigenesis through increased genomic instability. Journal of Pathology 246 134-140
  • Champeris Tsaniras S & Jones PM 2010 Generating pancreatic beta-cells from embryonic stem cells by manipulating signaling pathways. Journal of Endocrinology 206 13-26
  • Champeris Tsaniras S, Kanellakis N, Symeonidou IE, Nikolopoulou P, Lygerou Z & Taraviras S 2014 Licensing of DNA replication, cancer, pluripotency and differentiation: An interlinked world? Seminars in Cell and Developmental Biology 30 174-180
  • Vlachakis D, Champeris Tsaniras S, Feidakis C & Kossida S 2013 Molecular modelling study of the 3D structure of the biglycan core protein, using homology modelling techniques. Journal of Molecular Biochemistry 2 85-93
  • Patmanidi AL, Champeris Tsaniras S, Karamitros D, Kyrousi C, Lygerou Z, Taraviras S 2017 Concise Review: Geminin-A Tale of Two Tails: DNA Replication and Transcriptional/Epigenetic Regulation in Stem Cells. Stem Cells 35 299-310
  • Vlachakis D, Champeris Tsaniras S, Tsiliki G, Megalooikonomou V & Kossida S 2014 3D structural analysis of proteins using electrostatic surfaces based on image segmentation. Journal of Molecular Biochemistry 3 27-33