Mr. Lukas E. Schmidt

Lukas Schmidt

Lukas became fascinated with bioanalytical chemistry during his undergraduate studies in Biology at the University of Salzburg. For his BSc thesis, he chose to work on a liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry-based metabolomics project in the Division of Chemistry and Bioanalytics. By moving on to the Faculty of Chemistry of the University of Vienna, he consolidated his knowledge of biochemistry and analytical chemistry and completed the MSc Biological Chemistry programme in 2018. As a student, Lukas was eager to gain hands-on experience outside of the lecture rooms. He worked as a visiting student at LMU Munich’s Max von Pettenkofer Institute and the Mayr lab at King’s College London, where—following his Erasmus+ placement—he was appointed as a Mass Spectrometry Technician.


2010-2014 BSc in Biology, with distinction
Specialisation: Molecular Biology/Genetics,
University of Salzburg, Austria
2014-2018 MSc in Biological Chemistry, with distinction
University of Vienna, Austria


Present Appointment

2018- Mass Spectrometry Technician
School of Cardiovascular Medicine & Sciences, King’s College London, UK


Previous Appointment

2014 Visiting student
Max von Pettenkofer Institute, Munich, Germany
2017 Visiting student
Erasmus+ internship
School of Cardiovascular Medicine & Sciences, King’s College London, UK



1 Ranninger C, Schmidt LE, Rurik M, Limonciel A, Jennings P, Kohlbacher O, Huber CG. Improving global feature detectabilities through scan range splitting for untargeted metabolomics by high-performance liquid chromatography-Orbitrap mass spectrometry. Anal Chim Acta. 2016 930 : 13-22.

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