Shimadzu´s lab4you student program
In 2016 Shimadzu has launched the second round of the lab4you students program for all of you, who need free lab space for your research!
Again, we were looking to support young, enthusiastic scientists with an interesting topic of research, by offering instrument time on the entire range of our state-of-the-art analytical equipment.
A lot of interesting applications were proposed, from all over Europe and we are happy to announce that another promising candidate has been found, who will get the chance to advance her research by using the equipment in the Shimadzu Laboratory World.
Our successful candidates is:
She works as a PhD student of Molecular Medicine in the Department of Medical Sciences of the University of Turin. Her research aim is the development and validation of a UHPLC MS-MS method for therapeutic drug monitoring of some drugs, including monoclonal antibodies, and their application in clinical laboratories.
Her current research activity in Liquid Chromatography and Mass Spectrometry is carried out at the Laboratory of Clinical Pharmacology and Pharmacogenetics of the University of Turin.
For all of you who missed the deadline, we are already planning to continue the lab4you program in 2017!
For any questions, contact us via email@example.com.
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