From the left: Quang Dong, Lukas, Aiganym, Arina, and Bohdana.

On June 14, 2022, six EACH students successfully defended their master’s theses at Uppsala University (UU), Sweden.

The topics varied from proteomics to screening of contaminants in recyclable paper, and from method development to data treatment strategies. In addition to different topics, this year also the institutions of the thesis work varied more than in previous years.

The theses topics (and the institutions where the work was performed) of the six students were the following:

Arina Ivanova – Screening of contaminants in recyclable paper with Ion-mobility high-resolution mass spectrometry. (Stockholm University, Sweden)

Quang Dong Bui – Investigation of age and biological sex effects on human sample by global mass spectrometry-based metabolomics. (UU)

Bohdana Sokolova – ThermoTargetMiner: a thermal proteome solubility/stability database for identification of protein targets and action mechanisms of novel anticancer agents in lung cancer. (Karolinska Institute, Sweden)

Aiganym Mukhtarkhan – Investigation and optimization of mixed-mode chromatography for the analysis of pharmaceutical analytes dissolved in neat or high content of organic solvent. (AstraZeneca, Sweden)

Lukas Ramašauskas – Analytical method and formulation development for Gram-negative antibiotics intended for antimicrobials susceptibility discs. (Q-linea AB, Sweden)

Anastasiya Ushenkina – Depletion methodologies for deep proteomics analysis of blood plasma samples for myalgic encephalomyelitis biomarker discovery. (UU)

Congratulations to all of the new EACH graduates! We wish you all success in your future!

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