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Conferência - Recent developments and future trends in microextraction techniques

Dia 7 de dezembro das 10.00 às 11.00 horas no Anfiteatro 5 do Complexo FFUP/ICBAS

Tipo de Formação: Conferência
Título: Recent developments and future trends in microextraction techniques
Data: Dia 7 de dezembro das 10.00 às 11.00 horas no Anfiteatro 5 do Complexo FFUP/ICBAS
Orador: Prof. Doutora Maria Eugênia Queiroz Nassur
(Professor at the Departamento de Química da Faculdade de Filosofia Ciências e Letras de Ribeirão Preto da Universidade de São Paulo (USP), Brasil).

Prof. Dr. Maria Eugênia Costa Queiroz is Associate Professor at the Departamento de Química da Faculdade de Filosofia Ciências e Letras de Ribeirão Preto da Universidade de São Paulo (USP), Brasil.
In 2000, she received a PhD in Analytical Chemistry (USP). In 2007, she worked several months at the University of Waterloo (Canada) during her international PhD project.
Her research focuses on development of selective stationary phases, innovative microextraction techniques and on-line chromatographic techniques (in-tube SPME-LC, column-switching) in combination with tandem mass spectrometry to determine drugs and biomarkers in biological samples for neurological studies. She is author of more than 70 scientific papers and chapters of books, as well as supervisor of academic graduation and post-graduation projects and referee in international scientific journals. She is a permanent member of the scientific committee of the Simpósio Brasileiro de Cromatografia e Técnicas Afins (SIMCRO) and organizing committee of Congresso Latino-Americano de Cromatografia e Técnicas Relacionadas (COLACRO).

Programa:
Recent trends in sample preparation have focused on miniaturizing the analytical systems, which should simplify automation, provide high-throughput performance, and enable online coupling with analytical instruments. Microextraction or on-line analytical systems require small biological samples, and extremely low or no amounts of organic solvent. Minimizing biological sample preparation steps reduces not only the sources of error but also analysis time and cost. In this lecture, we are going to discuss about the new developments and future trends on microextraction and on-line analytical systems.

Organização: Prof.ª Doutora Marcela Segundo
(Departamento de Ciências Químicas, Laboratório de Química Aplicada, FFUP)
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