Dr Christiane M. Nday (MSc, PhD) is a biologist who conducted her thesis on the “Study of the impact of metallotoxins on neurodegenerative processes with emphasis on Alzheimer’s disease” at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH), in collaboration with the Medical School at Aberdeen University in Scotland, UK.
Since then, she continued working in numerous neuropathologies related projects in collaboration with AUTH Pharmacy School, Center of Research and Technology Hellas in Thessaloniki, University of Cape Town (Molecular and Cell Biology Department/Chemistry Department/Medical School) and Estonian Genomic Center.
Currently, Dr. Nday is working as a postdoctoral associate at the laboratory of Medical Physics in AUTH on key issues relevant to aging processes, with events involved in Mild Cognitive Impairment etiopathology (MCI), modifiable preventive and (neuro)protective strategies averting and/or slowing down the progress of MCI. Along with that, Dr. Nday is also performing work on biomarkers related to sleep, smoking addiction as well as microgravity conditions.
Dr Nday has published and presented her research work in high impact factor scientific journals and related national and international conferences, respectively.
Overall, her scientific interests include aging, Alzheimer’s disease related comorbidities, sleep disorders, smoking addiction, microgravity mediated human physiology and schizophrenia.