Nikolaos I. Kanellakis
MSc, PhD, FHEA
Career Development Fellow
Respiratory translational research
Laboratory of respiratory translational research
Nikolaos is a Career Development Fellow at the China Oxford Institute where he leads the laboratory of Pleural Translational Research. His research interest and focus has been to phenotype and study patient derived specimens with the aim to understand pleural pathology and disease. In the Pleural Trsnslational Lab functional genomics, transcriptomics and proteomics methods are applied to elucidate pathogenesis pathways and associate these molecular patterns with clinical outcomes. He focusses to advance and expand precision medicine for pleural disease.
Achieving Molecular Profiling in Pleural Biopsies
Sundaralingam A. et al, (2023), Chest, 163, 1328 - 1339
Reply to Yasuma et al.
Bedawi EO. et al, (2023), American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, 207, 950 - 950
Editorial: Reviews in thoracic oncology
Kanellakis NI., (2023), Frontiers in Oncology, 13
The Biological Role of Pleural Fluid PAI-1 and Sonographic Septations in Pleural Infection: Analysis of a Prospectively Collected Clinical Outcome Study
Bedawi EO. et al, (2022), American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine
Clinical characteristics with inflammation profiling of long COVID and association with 1-year recovery following hospitalisation in the UK: a prospective observational study
Evans RA. et al, (2022), The Lancet Respiratory Medicine, 10, 761 - 775