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Techniques & Tools Thin Layer Chromatography

A Barrier to Learning

In the early 1980s, I worked at the Semmelweis University Medical School in Budapest, Hungary as a Research Scientist and Assistant Professor in the Department of Pharmacodynamics. My projects included the development and application of combined and multidimensional bioanalytical techniques to drug metabolism research, for the study of urinary and serum metabolic pathways of new potential antidepressants in rats, dogs and humans. I also taught bioanalytical and chemistry classes and supervised student laboratories.

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Andras Guttman

András Guttman, Lendulet professor of Translational Glycomics, is the head of the Horváth Csaba Memorial Institute of Bioanalytical Research in Debrecen, Hungary, and also leads application efforts at SCIEX (Brea, CA, USA). His work is focused on capillary electrophoresis and CESI-MS based glycomics and glycoproteomics analysis of biomedical and biopharmaceutical interests. He is an author or coauthor on close to 300 scientific publications and holds 23 patents. He is a member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, on the board of several international organizations, serves as editorial board member for a dozen scientific journals and has been recognized by numerous awards including the Analytical Chemistry Award of the Hungarian Chemical Society (2000), named as Fulbright Scholar (2012), received the CASSS CE Pharm Award (2013), the Arany Janos medal of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, the Pro Scientia award of the University of Pannonia and the Dennis Gabor Award of the Novofer Foundation in 2014.

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