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Marios Mataragas

  • PhD
  • Assistant Professor
  • Agriculture University of Athens
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Research interests

MetabolomicsTranscriptomicsGenomicsGenome Scale Metabolic ModelsMetatranscriptomicsMetagenomicsBioinformaticsMolecular BiologyMicrobiological Risk AssessmentPredictive MicrobiologyFood Safety and HygieneFood Microbiology

About

Graduated from the Faculty of Animal Science and Aquaculture of the Agricultural University of Athens, Greece (1997), holder of Master (MSc) in Food Science and Technology (2000) and PhD in Agricultural Sciences (scientific field: Food Safety and Hygiene of Foods of Animal Origin) from the same university (2003) through a 3-year scholarship provided by the Greek State Scholarship Foundation (IKY). Postdoctoral research at Agriculture University of Athens (Laboratory of Food Quality Control and Hygiene), Wageningen University, The Netherlands (Laboratory of Food Microbiology, Prof. M.H. Zwietering) and University of Turin, Italy (Laboratory of Food Microbiology, Associate Prof. L. Cocolin) includes study and training on issues related to predictive microbiology, microbiological risk assessment, physiology of food-borne pathogens (Bacillus cereus) under stressful conditions and molecular microbiology techniques and methods (genomics - transcriptomics) (Listeria monocytogenes in foods of animal origin).

Co-authors (64)

Publications (5)

  • Next generation microbiological risk assessment meta-omics: The next need for integration

    • Cocolin L
    • Mataragas M
    • Bourdichon F
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  • Microbial Foodborne Pathogens

    • Mataragas M
    • Drosinos E
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  • Shelf life establishment of a sliced, cooked, cured meat product based on quality and safety determinants

    • Mataragas M
    • Drosinos E
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    9Citations
  • Determination of the growth limits and kinetic behavior of Listeria monocytogenes in a sliced cooked cured meat product: Validation of the predictive growth model under constant and dynamic temperature storage conditions

    • Mataragas M
    • Drosinos E
    • Siana P
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    23Citations
  • Quantifying nonthermal inactivation of Listeria monocytogenes in European fermented sausages using bacteriocinogenic lactic acid bacteria or their bacteriocins: A case study for risk assessment

    • Drosinos E
    • Mataragas M
    • Vesković-Moračanin S
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    35Citations

Professional experience

Assistant Professor

Agriculture University of Athens

November 2014 - Present

Education history

Food Science and Human nutrition

Agriculture University of Athens

March 2000 - December 2003(4 years)