Recent studies & Scientific Activism
My latest research studies in Academia were at the Université Côte d'Azur, France where I initiated and developed a project from scratch, showing for the first time that the Hh signalling pathway, crucial for embryonic development has a function in Ageing and Lifespan extension (Cell Reports 2020 Feb 25; 30 2627-2643). My discoveries in Ageing research brought major funding into the lab (which previously just focused on Developmental Biology) as well as introducing a new line of research into the Ageing field.
Following on from the declared covid-19 Pandemic in March 2020 by the World Health Organisation (WHO) and the major infringement of Personal Liberties and health autonomy in the work place and French society in general, I have made a conscious effort to expose the disinformation, deception and crimes against humanity perpetrated by the WHO, national governments and the controlled ’covid19’ health system, which blindly follows medical protocols issued by the WHO, national governments and pharmaceutical companies, which have been shown to be detrimental to human health as well providing a lack of health autonomy and informed consent to the patient and general population.
At the same time life-saving therapies such as Ivermectin, Hydroxychloroquine, Zinc, intravenous vitamin C and vitamin D, have been supressed. Despite being shown to be highly effective anti-viral therapies in multiple peer reviewed studies.
On the cover: Rallis et al. show that Hedgehog signaling coordinates lifespan determination and neuroprotection by regulating glial proteostasis in adult Drosophila. The image represents neuron-glia communication regulated by Hedgehog particles, which confer glial and neuronal protection during aging.
Education & Scientifc Career
2012 - 2020
Senior Postdoctoral Researcher
Université Côte d'Azur, France
The function of Hh signalling in the Ageing Process
2010 - 2011
Postdoctoral Research studies
Stanford University, Department of Pathology
Collaboration with King’s College London: Neurodegenerative Disease Models & Ageing
2005 - 2010
PhD & Postdoctoral Research Studies
King’s College London
● The role of the JNK signaling pathway in neuronal morphogenesis
Masters (MSc) in Virology
Imperial College London
Comparative antigenicity and immunogenicity of recombinant HIV-1 envelope glycoprotein from baculovirus/insect cell and mammalian cell expression systems.
(BSc) in Biomedical Science
King’s College London
(AKC) in Ethics, Philosophy and Theology
Awards, Scholarships and Grants
Fondation pour la Recherche Médicale 2021 (Awarded for Hh signalling & Ageing studies)
ANR –DFG Collaborative Fellowship : 2018-2020
Fédération pour la recherche sur le cerveau (FRC) – 2017
La Ligue Contre La Cancer Postdoctoral Fellowship - 2014
MRC funded PhD fellowship 2005-2009
Leathes prize – Final year prize awarded for exceptional essay writing in Philosophy, Theology and Ethics - 2004