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Srividya completed her doctoral training in analytical chemistry at the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras. During her postdoctoral research in the United States, she worked on process analytical chemistry, analysis of toxic industrial chemicals and quantification of VOCs in biological matrices. After returning to India, Srividya joined Agilent Technologies in Bangalore, as an application scientist where she developed numerous LC, LC-MS and LC-MS/MS methods for the analysis of a variety of samples such as pharmaceuticals, bio-fluids, beverages and animal feed. She then moved to Thermo Fisher Scientific in Bangalore and worked as a subject matter expert for software development focused on the analysis of mass spectrometry data. Srividya started writing for Technology Networks in May of 2021.


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