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Emmie Dumont

Analytics Group Leader
RIC resolve

Emmie Dumont is a highly accomplished scientist with a Master's degree and Ph.D. in analytical chemistry from Ghent University, Belgium. After her Ph.D. she joined the Pfizer Analytical Research Centre as a PostDoc. Over the past 16 years, she has worked at the RIC group, by its acronym in English (Research Institute for Chromatography) a privately owned analytical R&D lab situated in Kortrijk, Belgium. Throughout her career, Emmie has dedicated her efforts to developing methods for analyzing various small molecules in diverse matrices such as food, pharmaceuticals, and the environment. Currently, as the group leader of the small molecules team at RIC group, she oversees a passionate group of individuals who are committed to assisting customers in solving their analytical challenges. Recently, the group has embraced new endeavors within the emerging field of novel food production. were they bring in their extensive experience in sample preparation, chromatography, electrophoresis and mass spectrometry to deliver in-depth process understanding to their clients: from ingredients (e.g., detergents, antifoam), across recombinantly produced products (e.g. milk proteins) to complex cell-based cultures (e.g. lab-grown meat).

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The Future of Protein Production Amsterdam!

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