Permanent

José Luis Bernal Yagüe

Head of the Group (Responsable de la Unidad de Análisis Aplicado)

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José Luis Bernal Yagüe
Catedrático de Universidad
(Coordinador del GIR 127 “ TESEA”)
I. U. CINQUIMA
Universidad de Valladolid
Paseo de Belén, 5
47011, Valladolid, España
Tel1: (+34) 983 423280
Tel2: (+34) 983 184895
Fax: (+34) 983 186347
e-mail: jlbernal @qa.uva.es

Biography

José Luis was graduated in Chemistry from 1970 at the University of Valladolid (Spain), and obtained a doctoral degree in Analytical Chemistry from the same university, in 1973. After several years as Assistant Professor, he was promoted to Permanent Professor in 1978 and to Full Professor in Analytical Chemistry in 1984. During that time, he has directed 26 doctoral theses, more than 100 Master of Sciences, licentiate and final project students. He has published more than 215 scientific publications, two patents, and he has also participated, usually as principal researcher/coordinator on 37 research projects and 19 research contracts with various industries and government agencies.
He was one of four applicants for the Fine Chemistry and Environmental (QUIFIMA) research center (Campus Miguel Delibes, Universidad de Valladolid), where the TESEA group performs its investigation, and later one, he was one of the founders of I.U. CINQUIMA located in the QUIFIMA. His main target has been to address the resolution of real and complex problems trying to show the role that the University should play with their socio-economic environment. In this context, they have been investigated very different types of samples and collaborated with numerous Universities and Institutions with the aim of obtaining as much information on the various problems, and to propose solutions. Since our region (Castilla y León) has a strong agri-food character much of the addressed problems were related to this subject, and in some cases joined with several environmental aspects. In addition, he is member of the Scientific Committee for Combating Agricultural Pests of Castilla y León.

José Bernal del Nozal

Secretary

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José Bernal del Nozal
Profesor Contratado Doctor, Ph.D
(Secretario del GIR TESEA)
I. U. CINQUIMA
Universidad de Valladolid
Paseo de Belén, 5
47011, Valladolid, España
Tel1: (+34) 983 184252
Tel2: (+34) 983 186347
Fax: (+34) 983 186347
e-mail: jose.bernal@qa.uva.es

Biography

José obtained his Chemistry Bachelor Degree at the University of Valladolid in 2002. In 2003, he presented his Bachelor and Master Theses. In May 2007, he presented his Ph.D Thesis, and in 2008 he obtained the Extraordinary Ph.D Award, He worked as post-doc at the Institute of Industrial Fermentations of CSIC, with a “Juan de la Cierva” contract (Jan 2008-Oct 2010) under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Alejandro Cifuentes. During this period of time, he was in short-stay (Jun 2009- Jan 2010) in the Laboratory of Analytical Chemistry at the University of Helsinki (Finland) supervised by Prof. Marja Liisa Riekkola. Afterwards, he obtained an Assistant Professor position in the Department of Analytical Chemistry at the University of Valladolid (Oct 2010), and since May of 2012 he is working as Full time Professor (Profesor Contratado Doctor) in the same University. During this last period of time, he stayed 2 months (Aug 2012-Oct 2012) as Visiting Professor in the Flavor Research and Education Center at the University of Minnesota (USA) in collaboration with Prof. Devin Peterson. Dr José Bernal has worked with several analytical separation techniques as conventional and multidimensional liquid chromatography (LC or LCxLC) coupled to several detectors (DAD, FLD, MS, and MS/MS), conventional and multidimensional gas chromatography (GC or GCxGC) with several detectors (ECD, FID, MS, MS/MS), capillary electrophoresis (CE) coupled to different detectors (UV, DAD, LIF) and supercritical fluid chromatography (SFC). He has also contributed as author/co-author to more than 65 scientific publications, 40 congress presentations, one book chapter and 15 research projects or contracts with various industries and government agencies. In addition, he is also member of the Editorial Board of Food Analytical Methods and Advances in Chemistry. His current research lines are related to the determination (LC, GC, GCxGC) of pesticides, rodenticides, antibiotics or bioactive compounds in several matrices (Foods, animals and related products, or environmental samples).

María Jesus del Nozal Nalda

Head of the Separation Techniques Unit

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Mª Jesús del Nozal Nalda
Catedrática de Química Analítica, Ph.D
Edificio QUIFIMA (I. U. CINQUIMA)
Universidad de Valladolid
Paseo de Belén, 5
47011, Valladolid, España
Tel1: (+34) 983 184253
Tel2: (+34) 983 184895
Fax: (+34) 983 186347
e-mail: mjdnozal@qa.uva.es

Biography
María Jesús was graduated in Chemistry from 1974 at the University of Valladolid (Spain), and obtained a doctoral degree in Analytical Chemistry from the same university, in 1978. After several years as Assistant Professor (1974-1978), she was promoted to Acting Aggregate Professor in 1978, to Acting Associate Professor in 1981, to Full Time Associate Professor in 1982, Permanent Professor in 1984. Finally, she was appointed as Full Professor in 2002. During this period of time, she has worked with several analytical techniques, atomic and molecular absorption, molecular fluorescence and separation techniques such as conventional and multi-dimensional liquid chromatography (LC) coupled to different detectors (DAD, FLD, MS, and MS/MS), conventional and multi-dimensional gas chromatography (GC and GCxGC) with various detectors (ECD, FID, MS, MS/MS) and supercritical fluid chromatography (SFC). She has also contributed as an author/co-author on more than 150 SCI journal articles, 150 congress presentations, and one book chapter. In addition, she has also participated on 48 research projects (8 as principal researcher) and 24 research contracts with various industries and government agencies. Moreover, she has directed 12 doctoral theses, and more than 50 Master of Sciences, licentiate and final project students. Her current research focuses on the determination of pesticides, rodenticides, antibiotics and bioactive compounds in various matrices (food, animals, plants and environ-mental samples). ] [/symple_toggle

Laura Toribio Recio

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Laura Toribio Recio
Profesor Titular de Universidad
Departamento de Química Analítica
I. U. CINQUIMA
Universidad de Valladolid
Paseo de Belén, 5
47011, Valladolid, España
Tel1: (+34) 983 185897
Tel2: (+34) 983 186339
Fax: (+34) 983 186347
e-mail: ltoribio@qa.uva.es

Biography

Laura Toribio obtained her Ph.D in chemistry at the University of Valladolid in 1993. Later on, she obtained a Training and Mobility of Researchers (current Marie Curie Actions) grant from the European Commission, and she made a post-doctoral stay (1996-1997) in the Research Institute for Chromatography (RIC) in Kortrijk (Belgium) under the direction of Professor Pat Sandra .

She is Permanent Professor in the Department of Analytical Chemistry at the University of Valladolid since 1992, where she has developed her entire career. Her main areas of work focus on the application of chromatographic techniques to the analysis of food contaminants or drugs, including enantioselective separations and paying special attention to the use of supercritical CO2 in both chromatography (SFC) and extraction (SFE ).

Throughout the years she has participated in more than 30 projects and/or research contracts with universities, companies and administrations. She has also authored/co-authored more than 65 publications, including papers in scientific journals and book chapters, as well as a similar number of congress presentations. She has also directed three doctoral theses, and more than 15 Master of Sciences, licentiate and final project students.

María Teresa Martín Gómez

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María Teresa Martín Gómez
PDI Contratado “Programa Ramón y Cajal”
I. U. CINQUIMA
Universidad de Valladolid
Paseo de Belén, 5
47011, Valladolid, España
Tel1: (+34) 983 186340
Tel2: (+34) 983 185898
Fax: (+34) 983 186347
e-mail: ltoribio@qa.uva.es

Biography

Mª. Teresa Martín was graduated in Chemistry from 1990 at the University of Valladolid (Spain). She was employed for more than 10 years by the “Laboratorio de Ensayo y Contraste de Metales Preciosos” linked to the Department of Analytical Chemistry at the University of Valladolid and authorized by the Regional Government of Castilla and León. In addition, she combined a collaboration with the pharmaceutical company Glaxo-SmithKline (Aranda de Duero, Burgos) with her doctoral thesis, which was presented in 2003. Afterwards, she obtained an Assistant Professor position in the Department of Analytical Chemistry at the University of Valladolid (2004-2008), and since 2009, she has been working with a PDI contract “Ramón y Cajal Sub-Programme” in the same place. During this period of time, she has worked with several analytical separation techniques as liquid chromatography (LC) coupled to several detectors (DAD, FLD, MS, and MS/MS), supercritical fluid chromatography (SFC) and atomic and molecular spectroscopy. Due to her scientific career and experience, she has directed 3 doctoral theses, and more than 10 Master of Sciences, licentiate and final project students She has also contributed as author/co-author to more than 46 scientific publications, one book chapter, 51 congress presentations, and 22 research projects or contracts with various industries and government agencies. She has been positively evaluated by the ANECA as permanent professor (2014). Her current research lines are related to the determination of pesticides and bioactive compounds in several matrices (Foods, bee products, or environmental samples).