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Michail Spanos, M.D.

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Athens Medical School, Greece MD11/2018Medicine
Mount Sinai/ Icahn school of Medicine, New York, New YorkCardiology Elective fellowship
Temple University , Philadelfia, PA Translational medicine research
Mass General Hospital/ Harvard Medical school , Boston, MA Post doctorate Cardiovascular research
2019 - 2020
John S. Latsis Public Benefit Foundation Postgraduate Scholarship
2021 - 2022
2021 New England Hellenic Medical and Dental Society (NEHMDS) Scholarship

Dr. Spanos’ research interest centralizes around the extracellular transcriptional landscape in Cardiovascular disease. Aims to: 1. isolate and characterize Extracellular Vesicles (EVs) from cardiovascular patients 2. identify exRNAs as biomarkers for cardiovascular disease, ultimately accelerating the development of exRNAs as therapeutics and diagnostics

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  1. Chen H, Chen C, Spanos M, Li G, Lu R, Bei Y, Xiao J. Exercise training maintains cardiovascular health: signaling pathways involved and potential therapeutics. Signal Transduct Target Ther. 2022 09 01; 7(1):306. PMID: 36050310; PMCID: PMC9437103.
    Citations:    Fields:    Translation:HumansAnimalsCells
  2. Spanos M, Shachar S, Sweeney T, Lehmann HI, Gokulnath P, Li G, Sigal GB, Nagaraj R, Bathala P, Rana F, Shah RV, Routenberg DA, Das S. Elevation of neural injury markers in patients with neurologic sequelae after hospitalization for SARS-CoV-2 infection. iScience. 2022 Aug 19; 25(8):104833. PMID: 35937088; PMCID: PMC9341164.
  3. Yang T, Hu M, Spanos M, Li G, Kolwicz SC, Xiao J. Exercise regulates cardiac metabolism: Sex does matter. J Sport Health Sci. 2022 07; 11(4):418-420. PMID: 35688381; PMCID: PMC9338330.
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  4. Li G, Manning AC, Bagi A, Yang X, Gokulnath P, Spanos M, Howard J, Chan PP, Sweeney T, Kitchen R, Li H, Laurent BD, Aranki SF, Kontaridis MI, Laurent LC, Van Keuren-Jensen K, Muehlschlegel J, Lowe TM, Das S. Distinct Stress-Dependent Signatures of Cellular and Extracellular tRNA-Derived Small RNAs. Adv Sci (Weinh). 2022 06; 9(17):e2200829. PMID: 35373532; PMCID: PMC9189662.
    Citations: 1     Fields:    Translation:HumansCells
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Funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through its Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, grant number UL1TR002541.