Professor Costas Ioannides
Jan.1973-Aug.1973: Postdoctoral Research Fellow. Department of Biochemistry, University of Surrey:
Developmental toxicology in ferrets, funded by the World Health Organisation.
1973-1974: Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Department of Biological Chemistry, University of Athens:
Pharmacokinetics and metabolism of feprazone in the rat and man, funded by
Istituto de Angeli, Milan, Italy.
1974-1976: Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Department of Biochemistry, University of Surrey:
Metabolism and toxicity of organochlorine insecticides in the neonatal and adult ferret,
supported by the World Health
Organisation; toxicity of feprazone financed by Istituto de Angeli, Milan; and ulcer-healing
properties of gefarnate, funded by Boehringer Ingelheim, West Germany.
1975-1976: Part-time Lecturer, Centre of Adult Education, University of Surrey:
Organiser and Lecturer of a course of 40 hours on the "Use and Abuse of Drugs".
Sep.1976-Mar.1977: Temporary Lecturer, Department of Biochemistry, University of Surrey:
Lecturing in Basic Biochemistry, Pharmacological Biochemistry, Medical Biochemistry
and Forensic Science.
1977-1978: Head of Drug Metabolism, Battelle Research Institute, Geneva, Switzerland.
1978-1981: Experimental Officer, Department of Biochemistry, University of Surrey,
responsible directly to the Head of Department.
1981-1992: Senior Experimental Officer, Department of Biochemistry, University of Surrey.
1978-2008: Honorary Visiting Lecturer in Biochemical Pharmacology, Royal Holloway College,
University of London: Lectures (13) to final year undergraduate students on
pharmacokinetics and the principles of toxicity.
1992-2003: Senior Research Fellow, School of Biological Sciences, University of Surrey.
1993-2008 Associate Editor, Xenobiotica
2003- to date: Professor in Mechanistic Toxicology, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences,
University of Surrey.
2008- to date Editor-in-Chief, Xenobiotica
Chemopreventive phytochemicals, in particular glucosinolates/isothiocyanates. Interactions between chemical carcinogens. Precision-cut tissue slices.
(1) Research Center for Industrial Corps, Agricultural Research Council, (CRA-CIN), Bologna, Italy (2) Investigador Cientifico del CSIC, Instituto de Investigaciones Quimicas, Seville, Spain (3) ATEI Thessaloniki Faculty of Agricultural Technology, Department of Animal Production Laboratory of Reproduction, Thessaloniki, Greece (4) Heriot-Watt University, Scotland
International Society for the Study of Xenobiotics
British Society of Toxicology
Editor-in-Chief of 'Xenobiotica'.
2. Ioannides C (2013) Up-regulation of cytochrome P450 and phase II enzymes by xenobiotics in precision-cut tissue slices. Xenobiotica, 43, 15-28