A study conducted by researchers at ULiège has made it possible to assess for the first time the importance of CO2 and CH4 emissions from African lakes.
Wendy Müller was awarded a Gustave Boël — Sofina Fellowship
Wendy Müller, FNRS Research Fellow at the MSLab (MolSys Research Unit / Faculty of Sciences) of the University of Liège is the recipient of one of the Gustave Boël - Sofina fellowships of the King Baudouin Foundation. This fellowship will allow her to carry out a research stay at the University of Montreal in 2022.
endy Müller was granted the prestigious Gustave Boël – Sofina Fellowship 2021 for her research project aiming at developing novel analytical strategies to improve the specificity and sensitivity of SALDI-MSI analyses of small molecules. The fellowship gives Wendy the opportunity to spend six months at the University of Montreal in 2022, working in the Imaging Mass Spectrometry Laboratory led by Prof. Pierre Chaurand.
Wendy joined the MSLab in 2019 as a F.R.S.-FNRS Research Fellow under the supervision of Prof. Gauthier Eppe. Hr research focuses on the imaging of biological samples by Surface-Assisted Laser Desorption/Ionization Mass Spectrometry (SALDI-MS). She recently published an Open Access review in Mass Spectrometry Reviews on this subject
About the Gustave Boël – Sofina Fellowships
Thanks to the help of the King Baudouin Foundation, acting on behalf of the S&B Platform for Education and Talent, the FWO and F.R.S.-FNRS grant the Gustave Boël – Sofina Fellowships every year to talented PhD students having an outstanding academic record, for a research stay in a host institution abroad.