Prof. Nicole Pamme holds a chair in Analytical Chemistry at Stockholm University in the Department of Materials and Environmental Chemistry and she is also a Visiting Professor at the University of Hull (UK) in the Department of Chemistry.
She is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry (FRSC) and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA).
Her research activities focus on Lab-on-a-Chip devices for pharmaceutical, clinical and environmental analysis, biomedical research with tissue-on-a-chip devices as well as process integration and material synthesis in collaboration with Chemistry, Engineering and Biomedical Sciences. She has authored >150 peer reviewed publications, patents and book chapters in this area.
Prof. Pamme has served on the programme committee of the microTAS conference and chaired the microTAS 2016 conference in Dublin. She served on the Board of Directors of the Chemical and Biological Microsystems Society (CBMS) including as President (2019-21). Nicole is an Associate Editor for the Analyst (RSC Publishing) and has been serving on the editorial advisory boards of Lab on a Chip (RSC Publishing), Analytical Chemistry (ACS Publications) and Analytica Chimica Acta (Elsevier).
Her teaching activities include lectures on microanalytical and forensic chemistry, biosensors and separation science; Nicole has also co-authored a textbook for UG students on Bioanalytical Chemistry, now in its second edition.
Nicole Pamme obtained a Diploma in Chemistry from the University of Marburg (Germany) in 1999. For her PhD studies she went to Imperial College London (UK) where she joined the group of Prof. Andreas Manz. It was here that she first started working with microfluidic devices, more specifically, on single particle analysis inside microfluidic channels. In 2004, she moved to Tsukuba (Japan) as an independent research fellow in the International Centre for Young Scientists (ICYS) based at the Japanese National Institute for Materials Science. She was appointed as a lecturer in Hull in December 2005 and moved up to Professor by 2014. In 2021, she moved to Stockholm.