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Professor Dimitris Grammatopoulos

Job Title
Professor of Molecular Medicine
Department
WMS - Translational Medicine
Phone
024 7696 8661
Biography

MRC Visiting Fellow, Johns Hopkins, Baltimore 1996-1997

Wellcome Trust Career Development Fellow 1998-2003

Wellcome Trust University Award Senior Fellow 2003-2008

Professor of Molecular Medicine 2006-present

Fellow of the Royal College of Pathologists 2007

Title Funder Award start Award end
WCPRS - Predictive tools for identifying women at risk of depression during pregnancy and postpartum University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust 07 Jan 2019 06 Jul 2022
Understanding barries to accurate early laboratory diagnosis and patient centric control of gestational diabetes mellitus EPSRC 01 Apr 2020 31 Mar 2021
Maternal epigenetic modifications as a potential biomarker of perinatal depression University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust 01 Feb 2016 31 Jul 2019
Detection of Nutritional Imbalance Associated with Inflammation in Perinatal Depression - James Tudor The James Tudor Foundation 01 Dec 2016 30 Nov 2018
KTP - A genetic test for pregnant women to be able to identify risk of developing post-natal depression South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust (SWFT) 29 Jul 2014 28 Jul 2016
Identifying women at risk of postnatal depression (PND) by checking for specific genetic variants. The James Tudor Foundation 01 Jun 2014 31 May 2016
A genetic test for pregnant women to be able to identify risk of developing post-natal depression. KTP with SWFT Technology Strategy Board 01 Feb 2014 31 Jan 2016
KTP Proposal UHCW University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust 01 Apr 2013 30 Jun 2015
KTP Proposal with UHCW Technology Strategy Board 01 Apr 2013 30 Jun 2015
Pilot study to develop methodologies and acquire data, allowing elucidation of the coordinated control of splicing in oestrogen positive and negative breast cancer tissues Medical and Life Sciences Research Fund 01 Jun 2014 31 May 2015
Biomedical Research Unit Reproductive HealthBRU RH University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust 01 Apr 2014 31 Mar 2015
Plasma Allopregnanolone as a potential biomarker of postnatal depression in genetically vulnerable women Association of Clinical Biochemists 01 Oct 2013 30 Sep 2014
Ex vivo and in vitro experimental models to investigate expression and function of CRH receptors in the vasculature (internal Birmingham bid) University of Birmingham 01 May 2013 31 Jul 2013
Consumables: Polymorphisms of HPA axis genes as potential genetic biomarkers for postnatal depression University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust 01 Nov 2011 31 Mar 2013
Dorothy Hodgkin Postgraduate Award - Imperial College Charitable Trust Collaboration Imperial College London 01 Jun 2008 31 May 2011
CRH and Breast Cancer Pathological Society of Great Britain and Ireland 01 Mar 2008 28 Feb 2009
Antihypertensive Treatment and Andothelial Function - Code number 81718 Aristotle University of Thessaloniki 01 Jul 2006 31 Aug 2006
The human myometrial CRH receptor-mitogen activated protein (MAPK) pathway: investigation of intracellular mediators and signalling pathways controlling its activity. Wellcome Trust 01 Dec 2002 30 Nov 2005
The human myometrial CRH receptor-mitogen activated protein (MAPK) pathway: investigation of intracellular mediators and signalling pathways controlling its activity. Wellcome Trust 01 Dec 2002 30 Nov 2005
The human myometrial CRH receptor-mitogen activated protein (MAPK) pathway: investigation of intracellular mediators and signalling pathways controlling its activity. Wellcome Trust 01 Dec 2002 30 Nov 2005
Analysis of the human CRH receptor structure using CRH receptor mutants and chimaeric human CRH/PTH receptors Wellcome Trust 01 Sep 2003 29 Feb 2004
Identification and Mapping of the Corticotropin-Releasing Hormone (CRH) Receptor Subtypes in Intrauterine Tissues During Pregnancy and Labour Wellcome Trust 01 Jul 2003 31 Jan 2004
Analysis of the human CRH receptor structure using CRH receptor mutants and chimaeric human CRH/PTH receptors Wellcome Trust 01 Jul 2002 31 Aug 2003

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