Geronikaki Athina


Geronikaki Athina has completed her post graduation in the field of Chemistry of biologically, Hetrocyclic chemistry, she has many memberships in many societies like International Society of Heterocyclic Chemistry, American Chemical Society Greek Chemical Society. She published many books. She has many grants in the field of verifying the new rearrangement mechanism discovered in the series of 2,7-naphthyridines and of searching potentially biologically active compounds New Materials and Nano-Technologies. “Activatore and Supplements for Agriculrture on the Basis of Cyclic Element organic Compounds. She was awarded Two Silver medals from International Scientific Partnership Foundation and Gold medal dedicated to prof. Kost. She has many international and national publications in many journals.

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Her main research interest focuses on the chemistry of natural products –isolation and structure determination. Chemistry of biologically active compounds - synthesis, determination of structure, evaluation of biological activity, determination of physico-chemical constants such as lipophilicity.

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