Dr. Dra. Ni Made Suaniti, M.Si. was born in Badung, 17 September 1964 as a lecturer in the Chemistry Study Program at the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Udayana University. Author education, kindergarten to high school in Mengwi, the Bachelor's degree in Chemistry, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Udayana University since 1984 and finished at Airlangga University in 1990. Then continued with a Chemistry at the Padjadjaran University in Bandung in 1996 and graduated in 1999. Then continued with the program Strata S3 (Doctoral) Biomedical and Basic Medicine Study Program at the Postgraduate Medical Faculty of Udayana University in 2007 and completed the 2010 study.
The author was the head of the Analytical Chemistry laboratory before S2 and after S2 as the head of the Forensic Chemistry laboratory, then attended the Sandwich Program in the Department of Chemistry at Flinder University, Australia for about 3 months while studying S3 regarding ethyl ester analysis as ethanol abuse biomarkers using GC-MS and FTIR and obtain doctor grant research. Completed Education, the author is active in conducting research, National and International seminars and National and International publications as a result of Fundamental research grants, Udayana Leading, Competitive Grants and Multi-Year Higher Education Flagship Research Base. Furthermore, the author returned as Head of the Forensic Chemistry laboratory from 2016-2020 and editor in Chiep (EIC) in the Journal of Chemistry (Journal of Chemistry) in the Chemistry Undergraduate Program of the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Udayana University from 2016 to the present.
As a lecturer, the author is responsible
for Forensic Chemistry Subjects, and Narcotics, Psychotropic Analysis, and
Addictive Substances (NAPZA) in Undergraduate Levels, and teaches a number of
compulsory and elective courses both in S1 and S2 in Chemistry including:
Chemical Toxicology, Analysis Medical and Clinical Chemistry, Applied Analysis, Bioanalysis, Separation Tecniques and Instrumentation, and Analysis of Medicine, Food, and Cosmetics
at the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Udayana University.
Currently the author is Coordinator of the Chemistry Masters Program in the
Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Udayana University.