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 Tsantili - Kakoulidou Anna 

 Professor, Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry




  • Degree in Pharmacy, University of Athens  (1970)
  • Ph.D. in Pharmaceutical Chemistry, University of Athens   (1976)
  • Certificate in Quantitative Structure-Activitry Relationships (QSAR) ,
  • Department of Pharmacochemistry Free University , Amsterdam  (1983)

 Research topics

  • Quantitative Structure -Activity Relationships / Multivariate Data Analysis
  • Determination of  Lipophilicity and other physicochemical properties
  • IAM Chromatography
  • Enzyme Inhibition
  • Antioxidant activity


Other Activities


List of recent publications

  • D. Vrakas, C. Giaginis, A. Tsantili-Kakoulidou* Electrostatic interactions and ionization effect in IAM retention. A comparative study with octanol- water partitioning, J.Chromatogr. A  1187: 67-78 (2008)

  • C. Giaginis, S. Theocharis and A. Tsantili-Kakoulidou*, Application of multivariate data analysis for modeling receptor binding and gene transactivation of tyrosine-based PPAr-γ ligands, Chem. Biol. Drug Des. 72:257-64  (2008)

  • M. Chrysanthakopoulos, A. Koletsou, I. Nicolaou, V. J. Demopoulos, A. Tsantili-Kakoulidou* Lipophilicity study of pyrrolyl-acetic acid derivatives, inhibitors of aldose reductase. Partitioning experiments versus predictions in relationships with biological activity, QSAR and Comb. Sci., 28,  551-560 (2009)

  • C. Koukoulitsa, A.Tsantili-Kakoulidou, Th. Mavromoustakos, I.Chinou, PLS Analysis for antibacterial Activity of natural coumarins using Volsurf descriptors, QSAR and Comb. Sci., 28, 785-789 ( 2009)

  • Giaginis, C., Theocharis, S., A Tsantili-Kakoulidou,.* A QSAR Study on Indole-based PPAR-γ Agonists with respect to Receptor Binding and Transactivation Data. QSAR and Comb. Sci., 28, 802-805  (2009)

  • M. Chrysanthakopoulos,. C Giaginis, A. Tsantili-Kakoulidou, Retention of structurally diverse drugs in human serum albumin chromatography and its potential to simulate plasma protein binding J. Chromatogr. A  1217. 5761-5768 ( 2010)



Anna Tsantili-Kakoulidou
Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry
School of Pharmacy
University of Athens
Panepistimiopolis, Zografou
Athens 157 71
Tel: +30 210 7274530
Fax: +30 210 7274747
e-mail: Tsantili[at]pharm.uoa[dot]gr