Marvin Edeas - LinkedIn

Marvin Edeas - LinkedIn

Marvin Edeas - LinkedIn

From 2004 to the year 2013, Marvin Edeas (linkedin.com) worked as a teacher at the Paris 13 Bobigny and Poitiers Universities. He pursued a course at Paris Descartes University on infectious diseases. The SOD (Superoxide Dismutase Enzymes) being at the heart of his work, Marvin Edeas, along with Joe McCord, organised the very first world congress on this area at the Pasteur Institute. He concentrated his skills on gastrointestinal disease in Pitié Salpêtrière’s Internal Medicine Department.

Marvin Edeas - Visiting Professor at the Cochin Institute

Marvin Edeas chaired the Scientific Committee of the Targeting Microbiota and Mitochondria Congress of 2016, which brought together more than 400 individuals. He frequently works with INSERM, CNRS and Paris Descartes University in the Development, Reproduction and Cancer Department (DRC). Marvin Edeas carries out clinical studies in nephrology patients and examines the effect of microbiota metabolites on mitochondrial activity of those patients.

Marvin Edeas - Works and Publications

Marvin Edeas' research is commonly written about in the press. Back in the year 2015, he authored two reference works in the field of mitochondrial medicine. His thesis, defended in the year 1996, dealt with the role of oxidative stress in HIV replication in both symptomatic and asymptomatic HIV-infected patients. Marvin Edeas is the author of several publications and books.

In Europe and the US, Marvin Edeas has filed two patents. A start-up company was founded to promote the new peptide as a result of these patents. Medicine, dietetics and cosmetology could all reap benefits from Oyster hydrolyzate.

Marvin Edeas collaborates with the National Science Center in Krakow, the Agency of Biomedicine and the Agency for the Evaluation of Research and Higher Education. Marvin Edeas co-edits the Mitochondria Society's magazine and moreover chairs its 12-monthly congress, as a former Chair and a founder. His annual congress, Paris Redox, is logically taken care of by the Chair of the International Society of Antioxidants (ISANH).

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