After spending six months in South-Korea as an exchange student and finishing her Master’s degree from University of Tartu, Helen Sepman is back in our group. Helen was part of Kruvelab in Stockholm University in October 2020-January 2021, when she studied protomer formation of caffeine metabolites with cyclic-IMS as an intern. She was one of the first people to test this new cyclic-IMS instrument and got many interesting results that will soon be available for the public. Starting from this fall she is a full-time PhD student in Stockholm University and during her doctoral studies she will work with ionisation efficiency predictions and non-target mixture toxicity.
Welcome back and good luck in your work!