Tanuja Koppal, PhD, Author Profile

Tanuja Koppal Bio PictureTanuja Koppal, PhD, is a freelance science writer and consultant based in Randolph, NJ. Before becoming a freelancer, she was the editor in chief of Drug Discovery & Development, Genomics & Proteomics, and PharmaAsia at Reed Business Information. She has a PhD in bio-analytical chemistry from the University of Kentucky and completed her post-doctoral fellowship at the Northwestern University Medical School in Chicago. Her most recent work has involved writing scientific articles, organizing life science conferences, moderating online webinars, and consulting on custom projects for numerous clients.

Recent Articles

The Emergence of Digital PCR

The Emergence of Digital PCR

Reginald Beer, PhD, medical diagnostics initiative leader at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, talks to contributi...
Trends in Mass Spectrometry

Trends in Mass Spectrometry

Amrita Cheema, PhD, associate professor and codirector of the Proteomics and Metabolomics Shared Resource at George...
Protein Analysis

Protein Analysis

In October 2013, Lab Manager, along with BUCHI Corporation, hosted a Product Spotlight webinar to discuss the ...
Getting Your Head Around Big Data

Getting Your Head Around Big Data

David Patterson, PhD, professor of computer science at the University of California at Berkeley, talks to contribut...
Efficiencies of Lab Automation

Efficiencies of Lab Automation

Louis Scampavia, PhD, associate professor in the Department of Molecular Therapeutics at the Scripps Research Insti...
Transitioning From HPLC to UHPLC

Transitioning From HPLC to UHPLC

Justin Ringling, senior scientist in Analytical R&D at Pfizer Consumer Healthcare, talks to contributing editor Tanuja Ko...

Trends in Mass Spectrometry

Contributing editor Tanuja Koppal, PhD, talks to Sunia Trauger, PhD, director of the Small Molecule Mass Spectrometry facilit...

Evaluating Contaminants

A conversation with sample extraction experts Dr. Kang Xia and William Ickes