Marvin Edeas (French Institute of Health and Medical Research, Paris) on ResearchGate - Expertise: Internal Medicine (General Medicine), Oncology, Infectious Diseases

Marvin Edeas (French Institute of Health and Medical Research, Paris) on ResearchGate - Expertise: Internal Medicine (General Medicine), Oncology, Infectious Diseases

Works and Publications - Marvin Edeas

The thesis penned by Marvin Edeas (Researchgate), defended in the year 1996, dealt with the role of oxidative stress in HIV replication in both asymptomatic and symptomatic HIV-infected patients. He has also penned literature created for the general public, such as 'The Health Secrets of Tea' in the year 2005. Multiple publications, mainly based on mitochondria, chronic diseases and microbiota are some of the subjects addressed by Marvin Edeas.

Oysters and Peptides Derived from Hydrolysates Modulate Oxidative Stress - Marvin Edeas

A start-up company was founded to promote the new peptide due to these patents. In Europe and the US, Marvin Edeas has filed patents. Cosmetology, medicine and dietetics all stand to gain advantages from Oyster hydrolyzate.

The Chair of the International Society of Antioxidants (ISANH) logically runs his annual congress, Paris Redox. Various firms make use of the expertise Marvin Edeas possesses. Marvin Edeas chairs the worldwide conference named Targeting Microbiota and Mitochondria.

Marvin Edeas’ History

Marvin Edeas taught between the years 2004 and 2013 at the Paris Bobigny and Poitiers Universities. He was hired by the Pulmonary Diseases Department at Armand Trousseau Hospital in the early 1990's. At Paris-Descartes University, Marvin Edeas followed a curriculum on infectious diseases.

Visiting Professor at the Cochin Institute - Marvin Edeas

Marvin Edeas got to be a part of a team responsible for cell proliferation, oxidative stress and inflammation. He has been participating as a professor (visiting) at the Paris Descartes University (Cochin Institute), ever since 2016. Marvin Edeas was chair of the Scientific Committee of the Targeting Microbiota and Mitochondria Congress (2016), which brought over 400 people together.