Pilar Campíns-Falcó received the B.S. degree in chemistry from the Faculty of Chemistry of the University of Valencia, Valencia, Spain (1976–1981) and the Ph.D. degree in 1985 with Doctorate Award. Since January 2002, she works as a professor of analytical chemistry. She has given lectures in the Faculties of Chemistry, Biology, Pharmacy, and Engineering at degree and postgraduate levels. She has supervised fifteen research projects sponsored by public organizations in competitive announcements and related to clinic studies in drug design and tumour markers, as well as environmental studies as regards priority and emerging pollutants. Her current project deals with the design of capillary liquid chromatography and nanochromatography analyzers in order to monitor and characterize the environment. She has contributed to the discipline by introducing new concepts about calibration, accuracy, quality of analytical results, multiresidue analysis, and liquid chromatography. She is the leader of a consolidated research group MINTOTA (http://www.uv.es/mintota/index.html) created in 1988 and has established collaborations with other research groups of the University of Valencia, and with other Spanish and European Universities, and develops activities dealing with knowledge and technology transfer. She is the coauthor of more than 180 scientific publications and several book chapters. She has supervised ten doctoral theses. Professor Campíns-Falcó has also experience in university management, and at the present moment she is the Dean of the Faculty of Chemistry since February 2009 and was a Member of ANECA (Agency of Quality Assurance of Spanish Universities). She belongs to the Consultative Board of the University of Valencia from 2005. She serves as a Reviewer in JCR journals, and she is an Evaluator of ANEP, AGAUR and ACECAU, and AQUIB. She has participated as member in the ministry's commission in order to give postdoctoral scholarships.
Biography Updated on 2 October 2011