Amalia Aggeli 
Associate Professor, Biomedical Engineering

-Ph.D. Chem. (Univ. Leeds, UK, 1995)
-Dipl. Biol. (Honours) (Univ. Athens, GR, 1991)

Curriculum vitae




Office: 125, 1st floor of Building D
Telephone: 310.996218 Fax: 2310.996190
Student Reception: Daily 9:00 – 17:00 

  1. Biomedical Engineering
  2. Nanomedicine
  3. Nanosciences
  4. Biological Materials
  1. Bell, C.J., Carrick, L.M., Katta, J., Jin, Z.M., Ingham, E., Aggeli, A., Boden, N., Waigh, T.A. and Fisher, “Self-assembling peptides as injectable lubricants for osteoarthritis”, J. Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A , 78A: 236-246 (2006)
  2. A. Firth, A. Aggeli, J.L. Burke, X. Yang & J. Kirkham, “Biomimetic self-assembling peptides as injectable scaffolds for hard tissue engineering”, Nanomedicine, 1: 189-199 (2006).
  3. S.Maude, D.Miles, S.Felton, J.Ingram, L.Carrick, R. Wilcox, E.Ingham & A.Aggeli, “De novo designed positively charged tape-forming peptides: self-assembly and gelation in physiological solutions and their evaluation as 3D matrices for cell growth”,Soft Matter 7: 8085-8099 (2011)
  4. S.Kyle, S.H. Felton, M.McPherson, A.Aggeli & E.Ingham, “Rational molecular design of complementary self-assembling peptide hydrogels”, Advanced Healthcare Materials, 1:640-645 (2012).
  5. D.Miles, R.Wilcox & A.Aggeli, “Self-assembling peptides as a new class of medical device for regenerative medicine”, pp 231-259 in Self-assembling peptide nanostructures: Advances and applications in nanobiotechnology, Pan Stanford Publishing Ltd, Singapore, 2012
  6. Brunton, P.A., Davies, R.P., Burke, J.L., Smith A., Aggeli A., Brookes S.J. & Kirkham J., Treatment of early caries lesions using biomimetic self-assembling peptides-A clinical safety trial, British Dental J., 215 (4)E6, (2013)
  7. Maude, S., Ingham, E., & Aggeli, A., Biomimetic self-assembling peptides as scaffolds for soft tissue engineering, Nanomedicine, 8(5):823-47, (2013)
  8. Papadopoulou, A., Rizos E. & Aggeli, A., Rheological & morphological investigation of renaturated collagen nanogels in physiological-like solution conditions, Materials Today: Proceedings, 3, 875-888 (2016)
  9. Tyrnenopoulou P., Rizos E., Kritsepi M., Papadopoulou P., Patsikas M., Papazoglou L., Aggeli A. & Diakakis N., Quantitative characterization of viscoelastic properties of synovial fluid from forelimb joints of orthopedically normal Thoroughbred and Warmblood horses. American Journal of Veterinary Research,80, 342-346 (2019).
  10. Matisioudis N., Rizos E., Tyrnenopoulou P., Papazoglou L., Diakakis N. & Aggeli A., Comparative Studies of Hyaluronic Acid Concentration in Normal and Osteoarthritic Equine Joints. Fluids, 4, 193-207 (2019).
  11. Α. Ntolia, N. Matisioudis, E. Triantafillou, G. Evangelopoulou, V. Karachristou, E. Rizos, T. Karamanidou, A. Tsouknidas, D. Papadopoulos, D. Tsipas, N. Michailidis & A.Aggeli, Spectroscopic and antibacterial study of biochemically-derived silver nanoparticles, Mat. Today Proc. 19, 86-93 (2019).
  12. P.Tyrnenopoulou, E. Rizos, S. Chaintoutis, M. Patsikas, P.Papadopoulou, Z. Polizopoulou, A. Aggeli, L. Papazoglou & N. Diakakis, Alterations in the Viscoelastic Properties of Equine Synovial Fluid from Fetlock Joints with Naturally Occurring Osteoarthritis,  Archives of Vetr  Sci & Medi, in press
  1. Chemical Engineering Laboratory I (7 ‘ Semester – Compulsory Module)
  2. Biotechnology (5′ Semester – Compulsory Module)
  3. Biomedical Engineering – Tissue engineering (S ≥6′ Semester – Elective Module)
  4. Microbiology (S ≥6′ Semester – Elective Module)
  5. Biology for Engineers ((S ≥6′ Semester – Elective Module)
  6. Biomedical Engineering – Tissue engineering – Nanomedicine (MSc Module)
  7. Biology for Engineers (MSc Module)
  1. Rizos Eleftherios (Starting Year: 2014)
  2. Ntolia Anastasia (Starting Year: 2016)
  3. Rouptsiou Aikaterini (Starting Year: 2017)
  4. Tsiriga Asimina, (Starting Year: 2019)