László Abrankó has obtained his Ph.D. degree in 2006 in food science. During his Ph.D. studies and some years afterwards, he used to work in the field of elemental analysis and speciation analysis. He works at the Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary. His work was mainly focused on developing high-efficiency sample introduction techniques for coupled techniques such as ICP-MS and GC-AFS. Some years ago, his research interest has shifted toward bioactive components in food. Especially, his current research field is mass spectrometric profiling of dietary polyphenols (flavonoids and phenolic acids) in fruit samples. Recently, he is developing comprehensive nontargeted HPLC-MS profiling methods, which can be utilized in bioaccessibility assessment of polyphenols in food matrix. He is using HPLC-ESI-(QQQ)MS/MS and HPLC-ESI-qTOF techniques.
Biography Updated on 5 December 2011