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Lourdes Ramos

Lourdes Ramos
Institute of Organic Chemistry (CSIC), Madrid, Spain

Lourdes Ramos obtained her Diploma of Chemistry in 1991 from the Autónoma University of Madrid (Madrid, Spain) followed by a master degree (1992) and a PhD in Analytical Chemistry on “New methods for the analysis of PCBs and PCDD/Fs in food samples” (1997) from the same University. Since 2001, she works as a Scientific Researcher at the Department of Instrumental Analysis and Environmental Chemistry, in the Institute of Organic Chemistry (CSIC, Madrid, Spain). Current research activities include the development of new miniaturised sample preparation methods for the fast determination of POPs in environmental and food samples as well as the evaluation of new chromatographic techniques, especially GCXGC-based approaches, for unravelling the composition of complex mixtures of organic pollutants.

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