Alphalyse expands the impurity analysis team

16 August 2021

To keep up with the growth in impurity analysis, we have hired two new experienced PhD-level scientists for our team; Rie Bak Jäpelt and Anette Holck Draborg.

Rie brings immense experience in mass spectrometry method development and validation, especially for quantitative analysis.
She also holds strong qualifications within quality control of analytical methods.
For more than 10 years, Rie has worked with pharmaceutical science, food science, and metabolic diseases.

Anette is a familiar face at Alphalyse:
With a PhD in immunology and virology, she has vast experience developing immunological methods and antibody characterization.
She was part of the team developing the ELISA-MS methodology – a collaboration between Syddansk Universitet – University of Southern Denmark, Hansa Biopharma, and Alphalyse.

A photo of Anette and Rie in the lab, our two new PhD-level scientists for the impurity team.

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