Ph.D. Thesis (last 12 years)

New contributions of electrokinetic chromatography with UV and mass spectrometry detection in the field of chiral separations.
Ph.D. student: María Castro Puyana.
Defense date: December 2007.
Mark: Excellent Cum Laude. Extraordinary doctorate award. European Doctorate label. Novel Researchers award.

Development and validation of analytical methodologies for the determination of soybean proteins in meat products by perfusion liquid chromatography.
Ph.D. student: Florentina Castro Rubio.
Defense date: July 2008.
Mark: Excellent Cum Laude.

Determination of stereoisomers by capillary electrophoresis: new analytical methodologies.
Ph.D. student: Ana Belén Martínez Girón.
Defense date: July 2010
Mark: Excellent Cum Laude. European Doctorate label.

Innovative analytical strategies by electrophoretic and chromatographic capillary techniques for the determination of amino acids and peptides in foods.
Ph.D. student: Elena Domínguez Vega.
Defense date: July 2011
Mark: Excellent Cum Laude. European Doctorate label. Extraordinary doctorate award.

Development of analytical methodologies for the determination of amino acids and betaines by capillary electrophoresis and mass spectrometry. New quality markers in foods.
Ph.D. student: Laura Sánchez Hernández.
Defense date: July 2011
Mark: Excellent Cum Laude. European Doctorate label.

New strategies by (micro)-separation techniques for the characterization of vegetable foods.
Ph.D. student: Cristina Montealegre Dondarza.
Defense date: September 2012
Mark: Apto Cum Laude (maximum mark with the new regulation). European Doctorate label. Extraordinary doctorate award.

Separation and characterization of olive and olive oil proteins. Identification by proteomic techniques and olive varietal differentiation based on protein profiling.
Ph.D. student: Clara Esteve Gil.
Defense date: March 2013.
Mark: Apto Cum Laude (maximum mark with the new regulation). European Doctorate label. Extraordinary doctorate award.

Enantiomeric separation and/or determination of compounds of environmental interest by innovative electrophoretic and chromatographic analytical methodologies.
Ph.D. student: Virginia Pérez Fernández.
Defense date: June 2013.
Mark: Apto Cum Laude (maximum mark with the new regulation). European Doctorate label.

Analytical strategies for the characterization, identification and quantification of peptides and proteins of interest in the prevention and understandingof hypertension.
Ph.D. student: Patrycja Puchalska.
Defense date: June 2014.
Mark: Apto Cum Laude (maximum mark with the new regulation). European Doctorate label. Extraordinary doctorate award.

New analytical strategies for the determination of molecules with biological activity and for the metabolomic study of complex samples.
Ph.D. student: Miguel Guijarro Díez.
Defense date: 2015.
Mark: Excellent Cum Laude (maximum mark).

Preparation and application of quinidine functionalized monolithic columns for chiral separation by micro-HPLC.
Ph.D. student: Qiqin Wang.
Defense date: 2016.
Mark: Excellent Cum Laude (maximum mark).

Chiral and metabolomics strategies using micro-separative techniques coupled to mass spectrometry for the determination of compounds of pharmacological and bioanalytical interest and the search of potential biomarkers.
Ph.D. student: Elena Sánchez López.
Defense date: 2017.
Mark: Excellent Cum Laude (maximum mark). International Doctorate label.

Obtaining and characterization of bioactive peptides from sustainable sources. Protein extraction based on the use of dendrimers and dendronized carbon nanotubes.
Ph.D. student: Estefanía González García.
Defense date: 2018.
Mark: Excellent Cum Laude (maximum mark). International Doctorate label.