Dr Georgios Miliotis

BSc (Hons) ,PhD

Contact Details

Lecturer
Discipline of Bacteriology
Orbsen building
NUI Galway
Ireland
E: georgios.miliotis@nuigalway.ie
 
researcher
 

Biography

Georgios Miliotis is a Lecturer in the Discipline of Bacteriology, a member of the Antimicrobial Resistance and Microbial Ecology (ARME) Group and the Centre for One Health. Georgios graduated from the University of Edinburgh with a BSc (Hons) in Molecular Biology in 2011. He then went on to complete a PgDip in Pharmaceutical Analysis at the University of Strathclyde in 2012 and an MRes in Medicine at the University of St Andrews in 2013. In 2014, he became a Marie-Curie fellow at the Pasteur Institute of Athens and a member of the pan-European consortium ITN-CycloN-Hit. He completed his PhD in Bacteriology in 2019. The same year, Georgios joined the Clinical Translational Research and Innovation Centre at Ulster University working on characterizing the human microbiome and resistome in relation to mental health disorders. He joined the Discipline of Bacteriology at NUI Galway as a Lecturer in 2020. 

His research focuses on three main thematic areas: 1) Applying a One-Health approach to combatting Antimicrobial resistance 2) Understanding the molecular mechanisms of bacterial resistance to antibiotics 3)  Exploring the links of the human microbiome with mental health disorders. He is also interested in examining and understanding non-trivial quantum phenomena under physiological conditions.