Ioannis Prassas is a scientist at Mount Sinai Hospital (Toronto, Canada), Department of Pathology and the Lunenfeld Tanenbaum Research Institute (Toronto, Canada). Trained as a molecular biologist, his research focuses mostly on the application of proteomic technologies for diagnostics. Under his guidance a novel-immunoproteomic platform has recently been developed with great promise in delineating proteome-wide humoral responses. In a proof-of-concept series, global autoantibody responses in response to immune checkpoint blockade therapy and viral-induced autoimmune activation have been recently delineated using this platform. Ioannis has co-authored 47 peer-reviewed articles.
2000-2004: Democritus University of Thrace, Bsc, Molecular Biology & Genetics
2006-2011: University of Toronto, PhD
2011-2016: Samuel Lunenfeld Research Institute, Post-doctoral fellow
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