Leandro Wang Hantao

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  • Current Positions:

  • Assistant Professor, UNICAMP (Since May-2017).

  • Research Assistant Professor, The University of Toledo (Since Oct-2021).

  • CNPq Research Fellow (Category 2) (Since 2019).

  • Sample Preparation Task Force and Network, Division of Analytical Chemistry of the European Chemical Society (Since 2020).

  • National Institute of Science and Technology in Bioanalytics (INCTBio) (Since 2020).

  • Brazilian Water Research Center (Since 2020).

  • Academic Editor, Journal of Analytical Methods in Chemistry.

  • Associate Editor, Brazilian Journal of Analytical Chemistry.

  • Guest Editor, Frontiers in Chemistry.

  • Guest Editor, Journal of Chromatography A.

Background:

  • Researcher, CNPEM (2015-2017).

  • Visiting Scholar, University of Toledo (2013-2014).

  • Ph.D., UNICAMP (2011-2014).

  • M.Sc., UNICAMP (2009-2011).

  • B.Sc., UNICAMP (2005-2009).

I was very lucky to find exceptional friends and mentors early in my career. My Ph.D. thesis described the development of plant-based metabolomics for diagnosing diseases in plants using mass spectrometry-based techniques (GCxGC-MS and LC-MS), under the mentorship of Prof. Fabio Augusto. Later on, I spend some time as a visiting scholar to research on ionic liquid chemistry under the guidance of Prof. Jared Anderson. For a brief period, I also worked with Prof. Ronei Poppi to model high-order chromatographic data using chemometric tools.

You can find out more about me on my LattesORCID, or BV-FAPESP.

Awards:

2019. The John Phillips Award (ISCC & GCxGC). (link)

2019. Young Researcher Award (BrJAC).

2018. Top 40 under 40 (The Analytical Scientist). (link)

The Fab Fourty
The Fab Fourty

The Top 40 Under 40 Power List returns to celebrate the gifted young scientists making waves in analytical science. Here we present the rising stars of the field (in alphabetical order), as nominated by our readers and shortlisted by our independent judging panel.

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The John Phillips Award
The John Phillips Award

The late Professor John Bruce Phillips of Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, in conjunction with his then graduate student, Dr. Zaiyou Liu, invented the comprehensive two dimensional gas chromatograpy, or GC x GC. The Phillips Award will be awarded to individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the field of GC x GC analysis in Prof. Phillips' honor. This year's award is proudly sponsored by LECO and Restek.

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Young Researcher Award
Young Researcher Award

Awarded by BrJAC.

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The Fab Fourty
The Fab Fourty

The Top 40 Under 40 Power List returns to celebrate the gifted young scientists making waves in analytical science. Here we present the rising stars of the field (in alphabetical order), as nominated by our readers and shortlisted by our independent judging panel.

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Awards