Delegate Profile

Georgios N. Stamatas, Ph.D.

Job TitleResearch Associate Director and Fellow

Company NameJohnson & Johnson Consumer Companies, Inc.

About

Dr. Georgios Stamatas is a Research Associate Director and Fellow at Johnson & Johnson Consumer Companies, Inc. (JJCCI).  In this position, his research focuses on biomedical applications in dermatology, with emphasis on skin biophysics for the development of non-invasive in-vivo methods.

Dr. Stamatas began his career at J&JCCI in 1998 at the Skillman R&D facility in the USA and in 2005, relocated to Paris, France. His research centers on the fundamental differences between infant and adult skin and on the physiology of skin aging. He also explores the effects of products on skin barrier, as well as new method development for non-invasive testing in clinical trials in areas spanning facial and body skin aging, photoprotection, compromised skin, acne, atopic dermatitis, etc. His findings have helped transform the scientific understanding of newborn and baby skin maturation.

Dr. Stamatas holds an honors degree in chemical engineering from Aristotle University in Thessaloniki, Greece, as well as a Ph.D. in chemical/biomedical engineering from Rice University in Houston, Texas.

As an internationally recognized researcher in skin biophysics and bioengineering, he has co-authored more than 85 scientific publications and holds 6 patents to his credit.

Conference Sessions

  • The skin microbiome - the known and unknown in product development

    Wednesday14:00 - 17:3003 April 2019
    Workshop Room 2

    The understanding that microorganisms exhibit profound impact to our wellbeing is rapidly developing. Scientific and medical community are working to study thes...

    • Language: English

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