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Ziad El Rassi

Author of "Novel Methodologies and Advanced Applications of Electro- and Liquid Phase Separation Techniques"

February 6, 2023

Dr. Ziad El Rassi rose to the rank of Regents Professor in 2013, which is considered the most prestigious rank that may be attained by faculty at Oklahoma State University. El Rassi’s current research in separation science is focused on furthering the development of modern liquid phase separation techniques such as high performance liquid chromatography, capillary electrophoresis and capillary electrochromatography by (i) introducing novel separation schemes and principles of high resolving power for biological substances and natural products (ii) investigating the underlying physico-chemical phenomena, (iii) improving the methodology of the three separation techniques, (iv) developing column-based separation platforms for proteomics and (iv) introducing novel applications of general use in the life sciences. Prof. El Rassi has a total of 232 publications with more 7,238 citations and an h-Index = 50. Prof. El Rassi has received the following research awards: Sigma Xi Lectureship Award in 2004, Regents Distinguished Research Award in 2005, Oklahoma Scientist of the Year Award in 2006 and Oklahoma Chemist of the Year Award in 2007.

Modern separation techniques such as liquid chromatography and capillary electrophoresis have been ongoing in analytical separation sciences for many decades now, offering significant advantages in relation to the analysis of a wide range of solutes from small to very large biomolecules on a molecular level. Electro- and liquid phase separation techniques, including HPLC, UPLC, capillary LC, nano LC, CE, and its various modes, including CEC as well as chip, are extensively used as the most important analytical techniques, especially for MS combined ones. "Novel Methodologies and Advanced Applications of Electro- and Liquid Phase Separation Techniques" will highlight all improvements in methodologies and advanced applications, including various sample analysis, new columns, instrument hardware, and significant analyses.

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Last Updated: 4 December 2023