PhD in Chemistry (University of Seville, October 2011). She has participated in projects financed by the Spanish Government, private companies and public institutions within the US American State.
She is co-author of more than 22 articles and h-index of 14. She has presented more than 22 research works at conferences.
Her research activities are focused on the miniaturization of sample preparation, development of pioneer’s microextraction procedures using Liquid Phase Microextraction and electromembrane applied on environmental and biological samples. Also, she is experienced on the design and fabrication of microchips for the diagnosis of diseases.
Dr. Ramos worked in different institutions and collaborated with specialist’s researchers in the field of microextraction, proteomics and microfluidics at the University of Seville, University of Huelva, University of Lund, University of Copenhagen, University of Oslo and University of North Carolina.
Her postdoctoral period (4 years) has been developed during the first two years in the Department of Analytical Chemistry at the University of Seville, Department of Chemistry, University of Copenhagen and the center of Research, Technology and Innovation (CITIUS) of the University of Seville. Her last two years have been developed at the University of North Carolina in the United States.
Currently Dr. Ramos got a postdoctoral grant under the program Beatriu de Pinós (BP 2015) modality B (co-financed by the European Commission through the Marie Curie, the Seventh Framework Research and Technological Development of the European Union (FP7) program) and she works at the National Institute of Microelectronics of Barcelona.