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Livia Eberlin

The Power List 2014

Livia Eberlin

Postdoctoral Scholar, Department of Chemistry, Stanford University, CA, USA.

Calling: “I am passionate about research at the interface of chemistry and medicine. Through the development of novel mass spectrometry techniques, I believe cancer diagnosis and treatment will be significantly improved.”

Emphasis: “Developing novel ambient mass spectrometry imaging techniques and biostatistical tools for discovering metabolic profiles that are diagnostic of human cancers.”

Triumph: “I received the 2012 ACS Nobel Laureate Signature Award for Graduate Education, given to the best doctoral thesis in Chemistry.”

Respect: “Graham Cooks for his work in mass spectrometry. Richard Zare for his work in laser-induced fluorescence.”

Hopes: “My goals are to develop and translate ambient mass spectrometry technology to the clinic for routine, rapid, and in situ diagnosis of human cancers, and for intrasurgical tumor margin evaluation.”

Advice: “Discover and pursue research that you are completely passionate about. Deeply learn the best analytical tools applicable to your research.”

Part of the Power List 2014

Top 40 Under 40

In 2013, we compiled a list of the Top 100 most influential analytical scientists – an endeavor that received a significant amount of attention and, it’s fair to say, caused more than a little controversy. Our 2014 Top 40 Under 40 list almost halves the average age of the celebrated individuals, with many of them born in the same year as the iconic Sex Pistols cover – 1977.

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