Marvin Edeas (French Institute of Health and Medical Research, Paris) on ResearchGate - Expertise: Internal Medicine (General Medicine), Oncology, Infectious Diseases
Marvin Edeas - Important Research on HIV
Back when the first clinical study which looked into the impact of antiretroviral therapy on hyperlactatemia and lactic acidosis took place, Marvin Edeas (Researchgate.net) took part. Six years at the Antoine Béclère Hospital enabled him to study the latency mechanisms of HIV in HIV-positive patients, along with the activation factors. Marvin Edeas was recognised by Sidaction for his efforts on HIV.
Marvin Edeas worked in the Department of Pulmonary Diseases at Armand Trousseau Hospital in the early 1990's. In the Department of Internal Medicine at Pitié Salpêtrière, he focused his abilities on gastrointestinal disease. With the superoxide dismutase enzymes (SOD) being at the heart of his work, Marvin Edeas, coupled with Joe McCord, organised the first world congress on this subject at the Pasteur Institute.
Through the SFA, Marvin Edeas encourages collaboration and exchanges between researchers, biologists, industrialists, doctors and public health actors, etc. Scientific studies on microbiota and inflammation, cell signalling, the stimulation of Nrf2 transcription factors and their significance in various pathologies are the major focus of his work. The connection between mitochondria and microbiota is his focus. He is also Chair of the ISANH (International Society of Antioxidants in Nutrition & Health) which was formed in '98 by himself. Marvin Edeas, ISANH and the SFA work to transfer their research to real applications whether nutritional or pharmaceutical.
Oysters and Peptides Derived from Hydrolysates Modulate Oxidative Stress - Marvin Edeas
Medicine, dietetics and cosmetology could all gain from Oyster hydrolyzate. The patents of Marvin Edeas related to the utilisation of an oyster enzyme hydrolyzate within a composition that eliminates free radicals and also modulates oxidative stress. Two Nrf-2 modulators separated from peptides and proteins, which can activate the antioxidant system of defence, were determined by him. The breakthroughs Marvin Edeas has made have proved to hold a real-world application.
Marvin Edeas - a Visiting Professor with the Cochin Institute
Marvin Edeas undertakes clinical studies which evaluate how microbiota metabolites impact the mitochondrial activity of nephrology patients. He joined a team working with Inflammation, Oxidative Stress and Cell Proliferation. Since the year 2016, Marvin Edeas has affiliated with the Paris Descartes University (Cochin Institute) as a professor (visiting).