Leila Josefsson

KTH Royal Institute of Technology

Leila Josefsson earned all her degrees from KTH Royal institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden; B. Sc., in 2012, M.Sc., in 2014, Lic.Eng., in 2018, and Ph.D. in Chemistry, in 2019. In her thesis work she showed that mass spectrometry could identify the building blocks that are included in the formation of protein nanofibril formed soybean and potato proteins, and how capillary electrophoresis, with the use of different detectors, could be used for the characterization of micro-sized contrast agents.
Leila Josefsson is currently a postdoctoral fellow in the group of Analytical Chemistry at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden. She is employed within the EU-project iConsensus (funded through the Innovative Medicines Initiative 2 Joint Undertaking with grant agreement No. 777397) in a Workpackage responsible for CE and microchip-based CE analysis of metabolites like amino acids, sugars, and lipids.