Development of analytical methods using HPLC/UV/RID
IMDEA Water. Avenida Punto Com, 2. Parque Científico Tecnológico de la Universidad de Alcalá. Alcalá de Henares. 28805 MADRID
Degree in Chemistry. Universidad de Alcalá (2007-2012)
Research work experience between 2013 and 2014 in the project "Bioengineering of multicomponent systems for neuro-axonal regeneration in spinal cord injury" (FIS Project PI11 / 01436) in the IQOG-CSIC (Madrid). Work experience based in making organic synthesis methods and using nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy.
In 2015, she studied a Master in Chromatographic Techniques in the Chemical-Pharmaceutical Industry of the Universidad de Alcalá in its Biotechnology and Applied Chemistry Centre. Thank to this studies, she adquiried knowledge and skills in separation techniques and identification of chemical-analytical and quality control problems, equipment maintenance and verification (HPLC, UPLC, CG, CE, MS), and development and validation of methods.
She realised the work experience included in the Master program in the Department of Analytical Development at Tedec Meiji Farma pharmaceutical for two months. During this work experience, she worked carrying out dissolution tests, determining content and impurities, and determining the presence of residual solvents using UPLC, HPLC, GC, IR and UV-VIS.
For the next four months, she worked as technical staff in the Analytical Department at IMDEA Water (Madrid Institute of Advanced Studies of the Water) where she learned mass spectometry techniques such as LC/MS and GC/MS, more routine techniques for water analysis, treatment of samples techniques such as SPE and SPME among others, and how to develop analytical methods by the use of HPLC/UV/RID.
Currently, she works as technical staff in the Analytical Department at IMDEA Water developping analytical methods using HPLC/UV/RID.
This contract is funded by the grants to promote youth employment and implementation of the Youth Guarantee in R+D+i of the Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness. The subsidized activity is part of the National System of Youth Guarantee and is funded by the European Social Fund and the Youth Employment Initiative.