Renato Gil received his MSc in Pharmaceutical Sciences in 2014 from the Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Porto. He worked as a pharmacist during 3 years in different pharmacies of Portugal. In 2018, he started the PhD in Pharmaceutical Sciences at the Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Porto, specialty of Analytical Chemistry, devoted to the development of liquid chromatographic systems with potentiometric detection for food quality control. Renato published 3 articles in scientific journals and 1 book chapter. In 2020, he was a visiting researcher during 4 months in the Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweeden, at Crespo Research Group.
Multilayered particle-packed column: Evaluation and comparison with monolithic and core–shell particle columns for the determination of red azo dyes in Sequential Injection Chromatography
Study of a Novel Bisnaphthalimidopropyl Polyamine as Electroactive Material for Perchlorate-selective Potentiometric Sensors