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Dr Anna Radionova is an ARC grant-funded Researcher at the University of Adelaide. She obtained her PhD at the University of Auckland in 2019. A major part of her PhD research involved design and development of theta-channel glass emitters and methodologies to explore different aspects of theta-channel glass emitter’s performance for biological mass spectrometry.
Anna joined the Institute for Photonics and Advanced Sensing (IPAS) at the University of Adelaide to continue her work on the development of new glass components for electrospray ion source in mass spectrometry. One of the major goals for the current project is to enhance ionization efficiency and improve electrospray performance for mass spectrometry.
Anna’s research experience and current interests are focused on fabrication, optimization and investigation of ionization processes of multi-channel glass emitters for nano-electrospray in mass spectrometry.
Date Position Institution name 2020 ARC grant-funded Researcher University of Adelaide 2017 - 2019 Research Fellow University of Auckland
Date Institution name Country Title 2013 - 2019 University of Auckland New Zealand PhD in Physics 2005 - 2011 Moscow Engineering Physics Institute Russia Masters in Engineering Physics
Year Citation 2016 Radionova, A., Filippov, I., & Derrick, P. (2016). In pursuit of resolution in time-of-flight mass spectrometry: A historical perspective. Mass Spectrometry Reviews, 35(6), 738-757.
DOI Scopus13 WoS10 Europe PMC4
2016 Radionova, A., Greenwood, D., Willmott, G., & Derrick, P. (2016). Dual nano-electrospray and mixing in the taylor cone. Mass Spectrometry Letters, 7(1), 21-25.
Date Role Membership Country 2015 - ongoing Member Australian and New Zealand Society for Mass Spectrometry Australia
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