Faculty Staff/Division of Genetics, Cell & Developmental Biology
Assistant Professor in Immunobiology

Office location: 2nd floor (office B210)
E-mail: rosmaraki@upatras.gr
Telephone: +30 2610 997407


  • BSc in Biology [1995] – Department of Biology, University of Crete
  • ΜSc in Immunobiology [1997] – Imperial College of Science, Technology & Medicine, London – United Kingdom
  • Ph.D. in Immunobiology [2001] – Institut Pasteur & UniversitéParis 5 René Descartes, Paris – France
  • Postdoctoral Research Scientist [2003 – 2006] – Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm – Sweden

Educational activities

  • Undergraduate courses: Immunobiology, Cell Biology ΙΙ, Selected Topics in Cell Biology, Instrumental Analysis of Biomolecules, Applied Ethics & Bioethics
  • Postrgraduate courses: Molecular & Cellular Immunobiology

Research and other activities

1. Research interests

  • Natural Killer [NK] cell development and function
  • Molecular and cellular mechanisms regulating NK cell tolerance
  • Study of the effects of insulin ligands on inflammation

2. Departmental Erasmus+ Co-ordinator

Representative Publications

  • J.P. Di Santo, I. Aifantis, E. Rosmaraki, C. Garcia, J. Feinberg, H.J. Fehling, A. Fischer, H. von Boehmer & B. Rocha [1999]. The common cytokine receptor γ chain and the pre-T cell receptor provide independent but critically overlapping signals in early αβ T cell development. J. Exp. Med. 189: 563–574.
  • F. Colucci, E. Rosmaraki, S. Bregenholt, S.I. Samson, V. Di Bartolo, M. Turner, L. Vanes, V. Tybulewicz & J.P. Di Santo [2001]. Functional dichotomy in Natural Killer Cell signaling: Vav1-dependent and –independent mechanisms. J. Exp. Med. 193: 1413–1424.
  • E. E. Rosmaraki, I. Douagi, C. Roth, F. Colucci, A. Cumano & J.P. Di Santo [2001]. Identification of committed NK cell progenitors in adult murine bone marrow. Eur J Immunol 31: 1900–1909.
  • C.A.J. Vosshenrich, T. Ranson, S.I. Samson, E. Corcuff, F. Colucci, E. E. Rosmaraki & J.P. Di Santo [2005]. Roles for common cytokine receptor γ chain-dependent cytokines in the generation, differentiation, and maturation of NK cell precursors and peripheral NK cells in vivo. J. Immunol. 174: 1213–1221.
  • S. Johansson, M. Johansson, E. Rosmaraki, G. Vahlne, R. Mehr, M. Salmon-Divon, F. Lemmonier, K. Kärre & P. Höglund [2005]. Natural Killer cell education in mice with single
    or multiple major histocompatibility complex class I molecules. J. Exp. Med. 201: 1145–1155.
  • E. Lindh, E. Rosmaraki, L. Berg, H. Brauner, M.C. Karlsson, L. Peltonen, P. Höglund & O. Winqvist [2010]. AIRE deficiency leads to impaired iNKT cell development. J. Autoimmun. 34: 66–72.
  • S. Tsakas, E. Marinaki, T. Eleftheriadis, D.S. Goumenos & E. E. Rosmaraki [2016]. Alterations of natural killer cell count, activation capability and cytotoxicity, in glomerunephritis. Cellular Immunology & Immunotherapeutics 1: 1-5.
  • M. Spiliopoulou, A. Valmas, D. Triandafillidis, S. Fili, M. Christopoulou, A. Filopoulou, A. Piskopou, P. Papadea, A. Fitch, D. Beckers, T. Degen, F. Gozzo, M. Morin, M.L. Reinie-Schmitt, F. Karavassili, Eleftheria E. Rosmaraki, C.T. Chasapis & I. Margiolaki [2021]. High-throughput macromolecular polymorph screening via an NMR and X-ray powder diffraction synergistic approach: the case of human insulin co-crystallized with resorcinol derivatives. Journal of Applied Crystallography 54 (3): 963 – 975