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Strongly believing in the power of analytical technology to contribute to a better understanding of the biochemical mechanisms underlying diseases, Rawi Ramautar studied both Pharmacochemistry and Analytical Sciences at Vrije Universiteit of Amsterdam in order to have the right background for PhD training in this direction. In 2010, he completed his PhD on the development of capillary electrophoresis-mass spectrometry methods for metabolomics at the Utrecht University. Intrigued by metabolomics for disease prediction and diagnosis, Rawi switched to the Leiden University Medical Center to broaden his horizons on this topic. In 2013 and 2017, Rawi Ramautar received the highly prestigious Veni and Vidi personal grants, respectively, from the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research. Currently, he is a Principal Investigator (tenured) at the Leiden Academic Center for Drug Research of the Leiden University where his group is developing microscale analytical workflows for volume-restricted biomedical problems.

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