Elizabeth Fragopoulou works as an Assistant Professor of biological chemistry. She has a degree in chemistry, an M.S. degree in biochemistry, and Doctorate in Biochemistry, all from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Athens, Greece. Moreover, she visited as Research Scientist, after invitation, the University College London. She was Postdoctoral Researcher at the Research Program Pythagoras II (Operational Programme for Education and Initial Vocational Training) entitled Effect of Microconstituents of Mediterranean Diet on the Mechanisms of Renal Inflammation. Dr. Fragopoulou has a great experience in the isolation and structural characterization of microconstituents extracted from foods of the Mediterranean diet as well as in the study of anti-inflammatory, antioxidative, and antithrombotic effects of microconstituents on intact cells and on cell free systems. In addition she has experience in the design and the implementation of clinical trials. One of her main areas of interests is the microconstituents of wine and their effect in health.
Biography Updated on 9 December 2012