Agricultural Sciences, Biotechnology and Food Science
Cyprus University of Technology
Ouranios Tzamaloukas holds a BSc degree in Animal Science awarded by the Agricultural University of Athens and the degrees of Master by Research (MSc) and Doctorate (PhD) awarded by the University of Edinburgh (UK). Before joining the Cyprus University of Technology in 2008, he has conducted research in animal nutrition in relation to gastrointestinal nematodes, immunology, alternative forage use, organic farming and feed analysis at the institutes of Scottish Agricultural College, Moredun Research Institute and University of Edinburgh (UK). He has worked in Greece as visiting lecturer at Technological Institutes and as a farm advisor. During his academic appointment at the Cyprus University of Technology, he attracted funding from the Research Promotion Foundation of Cyprus, EU and the dairy industry of Cyprus. His main research interests include the interplay of nutritional-genetic parameters affecting milk traits, organic farming, alternative feeds and lipid profile of milk and dairy products.
Interplay of nutritional-genetic parameters affecting milk traits, organic farming, alternative feeds and lipid.
Orford M, Tzamaloukas O, Papachristoforou C, Miltiadou D (2010) Technical note: A simplified PCR-based assay for the characterization of two prolactin variants that affect milk traits in sheep breeds. J Dairy Sci 93: 5996-5999.
Papaemmanouil C, Tsiafoulis CG, Alivertis D, Tzamaloukas O, Miltiadou D, et al. (2015) Selective One-Dimensional Total Correlation Spectroscopy Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Experiments for a Rapid Identification of Minor Components in the Lipid Fraction of Milk and Dairy Products: Toward Spin Chromatography?. J Agric Food Chem 63: 5381-5387.
Tsiafoulis CG, Skarlas T, Tzamaloukas O, Miltiadou D, Gerothanassis IP (2014) Direct nuclear magnetic resonance identification and quantification of geometric isomers of conjugated linoleic acid in milk lipid fraction without derivatization steps: overcoming sensitivity and resolution barriers. Anal Chim Acta 821: 62-71.