Rie Romme Rasmussen

Rie Romme Rasmussen

Chemist, MSc, PhD

Mørkhøj Bygade 19, Building B, Room 131

2860 Søborg

Denmark

Phone: 35887455

Fax: 35887448

 At the National Food Institute, The Department of Food Chemistry I am involved in:

- Trace analysis of low weight substances.
- Method development and validation.

I have practical experience with:

Heavy metals: Speciation of arsenic and mercury in seafood using HPLC-ICP-MS and SPE with AAS (2010- ).

Mycotoxins: Secondary metabolite profiling of fungal species. In vitro toxicity assay, LC-MS/MS and LC-MS (TOF) (2006-2010).

Veterinary Drugs: Trace analysis in animal matrices. GC-MS, natural hormones and chloramphenicol. LC-MS-MS, malachite green and chlorpromazine (2003-2006).

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Education

2003 - 2003 Mass Spectrometry master course - Department of Chemistry, University of Copenhagen
1999 - 2002 MSc in Environmental Chemistry - The Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University
1996 - 1999 BSc in Agricultural Science - The Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University

Academic grades

MSc in Environmental Chemistry

Professional experience

2010 - Research chemist (DTU FOOD) - Technical University of Denmark, Department of Food Chemistry
2006 - 2010 PhD student (DTU FOOD) - Technical University of Denmark, Department of Food Chemistry
2003 - 2005 Research chemist (DTU FOOD) - Technical University of Denmark, Department of Food Chemistry
2002 - 2003 Academic case officer (DTU FOOD (the earlier DFVF)) - Technical University of Denmark, Department of Food Chemistry
2001 - 2002 Student assistant, video learning (KVL (now KU LIFE)) - The Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University, Department of Chemistry
2000 - 2001 Student assistant, office work - The Danish Veterinary and Food Administration, Division of Zoonoses
2000 - 2000 Teaching assistant in the laboratory (KVL (now KU LIFE)) - The Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University, Department of Chemistry
1999 - 1999 Teaching assistant in the laboratory (KVL (now KU LIFE)) - The Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University, Department of Chemistry

Expertise

Mycotoxins: Evaluation of the mycotoxin hazard in maize silage by in vitro cytotoxicity testing and LC-MS/MS analysis. Veterinary Drugs: Trace analysis in animal matrices. GC-MS, natural hormones and Chloramphenicol. LC-MS-MS, malachite green and chlorpromazine. Pesticides: Trace analysis in fruit and vegetables, GC-ECD / NPD. Lux-biosensor: Bioavailability of copper species in liquid bacterial growth media. Experiments with a copper selective electrode and a lux-biosensor based on the bacteria Pseudomonas flurescens.
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