Dr. Christos Chinopoulos

Associate Professor, Project Leader of the RPPA facility

Department of Medical Biochemistry, Semmelweis University

Curriculum Vitae

Chinopoulos, Christos MD, PhD


Date of Birth: August 02, 1973

 

MD: Semmelweis University, 1998

PhD (Neurochemistry): Semmelweis University, 2002

 

Scientometric identifiers

Google scholar: http://scholar.google.com/citations?user=_h4N6KEAAAAJ&hl=en

ORCID ID: 0000-0003-0183-4149

SCOPUS Author ID: 6602951392

PUBMED: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=chinopoulos

MTMT: https://vm.mtmt.hu//search/slist.php?lang=0&AuthorID=10016754

MTMT ID: 10016754

 

Positions and Employment

2014                Associate Professor, Semmelweis University, Department of Medical Biochemistry, Budapest, Hungary

2005                Adjunct Professor, Semmelweis University, Department of Medical Biochemistry, Budapest, Hungary

2004                Research Fellow, Department of Anesthesiology, University of Maryland, Baltimore, MD, USA

2002-2003       Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Anesthesiology, University of Maryland, Baltimore, MD, USA.

 

Other Experience and Professional Memberships

2017                Associate Editor for the Journal of Bioenergetics and Biomembranes

2016                Executive Committee Member of EU COST Action: CA15203 – Mitochondrial mapping: Evolution – Age – Gender – Lifestyle – Environment

2016                Member of the ISN Committee for Aid and Education in Neurochemistry

2013                Reviewer for ‘The Friedreich’s Ataxia Research Alliance’

2013-               Member of the Editorial Board for ‘PeerJ’

2011-               Reviewer for the Czech Science Foundation

2011-               Member of the jury for the ‘TDK’ for students of Medicine, Dentistry and Pharmacology, Semmelweis University

2011-               Member of the Editorial Board for the Journal of Membrane Science & Technology

2009-2010        Instructor, Weill Medical College, Dept. of Neurology/Neurosciences, New York, NY, USA

2007-               Reviewer for the Dutch Grant Funding Agency

2007-               Co-administrator of the OXPHOS International web portal (http://www.oxphos.org)

2006-               Reviewer for the Hungarian Grant Funding Agency

2005                Visiting Scientist, Dept. of Neurosciences, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM, USA

2005                Abstract Judge for Oxygen Society

1999-2001       Webmaster for the European Society of Neurochemistry

 

Honors

2016                Merit Award of the Semmelweis University

2015                Merit Award of the Semmelweis University

2014                Merit Award of the Semmelweis University

2012                Lendület-appointed Investigator of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences

2010                Scientific Research Chorus Teacher Award

2009                Bolyai Janos Award

2005                ISN-ESN Young Investigator Award

2000                Richter Gedeon Research Award

1998                Koranyi Frigyes national competition, first prize

 

Teaching activities

1997-               Tutor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology- Department of Medical Biochemistry,      Semmelweis University

 

Past and Present Research Support as a Principal Investigator

1) Semmelweis Research grant 63320

The role of cyclophilin D in mitochondrial mechanisms of neurodegeneration

2007-01-01 – 2008-12-31

Awarded sum: 6,000,000 Ft

 

2) OTKA-NKTH grant NF 68294

The role of native TRP channels on cortical neurons in health and disease states

2007-07-01 – 2010-12-31

Awarded sum: 19,700,000 Ft

 

3) OTKA grant NNF 78905

The Role of SUCLA2 Mutations in the Disorders of the Mitochondrial Phosphorylation System

2009-04-01 – 2011-03-31

Awarded sum: 26,100,000 Ft

 

4) OTKA grant NNF2 85658

Elucidating the contribution of citric acid cycle enzymes and cyclophilin D in mitochondrial

phosphorylation potential using multiple transgenic mice strains

2011-04-01 – 2012-03-31

Awarded sum: 6,398,000 Ft

 

5) ETT grant 55160

The contribution of cyclophilin D to age-related maladies

2010-01-01 – 2012-12-31

Awarded sum: 3,000,000 Ft

 

6) ASSEMBLE FP7 grant 227799

BKA binding on ANT

2011-01-14 – open

Awarded sum: 5,000 euros

 

7) OTKA Grant K 100918

Identification of the proteins that form the mitochondrial permeability transition pore

2012-04-01 – 2016-03-31

Awarded sum: 32,001,000 Ft

 

8) MTA Grant 95003

Identification of the components comprising the mitochondrial permeability transition pore by protein phylogenetic profiling

2012-07-01 – 2017-06-30

Awarded sum: 163,617,000 Ft + 10,000,000 Ft from Semmelweis University, plus 10,000,000 Ft from the PhD school to fund two PhD candidates

 

9) VEKOP 2.3.3-15-2016-00012

Establishment of an RPPA platform for quantitative analysis of mitochondrial proteins in healthy and tumor human samples

2017-07-01 – 2020-06-30

Awarded sum: 260,000,000 Ft

 

10) “Excellence Support” from Semmelweis University

2017-07-01-

Awarded sum: 16,082,209 per year