My name is Irene Dousi and I have a degree in physics from the University of Crete (1999). I am also qualified degree in microelectronics with diploma thesis on "Treatment photo detectors far infrared GaAs / Al GaAs for creating optical coupling". From 2000 to 2002 I worked at the Institute of Microelectronics, NCSR Demokritos, as external associate, under a program for the construction and study of gas detectors. From 2002 to 2004 I worked at the Institute of Materials Science, NCSR Demokritos, as external associate, in a research program focused on the design masks Microelectronics (via style Autocad program), manufacture of microelectronic circuits and processing them with their etching ion beam (ion milling). I have participated in the first Pan-Hellenic Congress of Microelectronics, Microsystems and Nanotechnology (MMN 2000), as well as the international symposium: "Microelectronics in Greece: Possibilities for industrial exploitation" (1998). Finally from 2014 I work at NCSR Demokritos as a special technical scientist at first at the lab of "Free radicals in bio and nanotechnology” and now at the Laboratory of  Photo- Catalytic Processes and Environmental Chemistry”.


Krokidis, Marios G., Molphy, Zara, Efthimiadou, Eleni K., Kokoli, Marianna, Argyri, Smaragda-Maria, Dousi, Irini, Masi, Annalisa, Papadopoulos, Kyriakos, Kellett, Andrew and Chatgilialoglu, Chryssostomos, Assessment of DNA Topoisomerase I Unwinding Activity, Radical Scavenging Capacity, and Inhibition of Breast Cancer Cell Viability of N-alkyl-acridones and N,N′-dialkyl-9,9′-biacridylidenes Biomolecules, Volume 9, 2019 [doi]

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