Lorena González-Gómez studied the Bachelor’s Degree in Food Science and Technology at the Rey Juan Carlos University (URJC) from 2012 to 2016. Later, she specialized in analytical chemistry, through the Master's Degree in Chemical Science and Technology at the National Distance Education University (UNED). Presently, She is a Visiting Professor at the Department of Chemical and Environmental Technology, Analytical Chemistry area, in the meantime, she is pursuing a PhD in Analytical Chemistry under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Isabel Sierra. Her thesis is based on the application of new methodologies to control food safety, applying new materials in the extraction stage and chromatographic techniques for the analysis of natural contaminants and contaminants generated from processing in different types of food. Her current research is directed towards the analysis of tropane alkaloids in gluten-free flour samples.
Oral contribution: Method optimization and validation for the analysis of tropane alkaloids in cereals and legumes samples using functionalized mesostructured silica as strong cation-exchange solid-phase extraction sorbent