•Analytical applications, separation of chiral compounds. In the context of analytical separations, “green”refers to approaches that result in one or combination of the following: (i) minimization of use of solvents,(ii) faster analytical separations and analysis time, and (iii) simpler procedures such as elimination of derivatization reagents.
•Another area of interest is the use of capillary electrophoresis, particularly in the separation of chiralmolecules and the bioavailability of racemic or chiral drugs in biological fluids samples.
•Developing new microextraction approaches and eco-environmental friendly methods using analytical green chemistry concepts.
•Chromatographic separation techniques for analysis of different types of samples.
•Protein Separation (new area)