Rania S Seoudi is an online lecturer in chemistry and an academic writer since 2018. In 2012 she obtained her Master’s degree in chemistry from Cairo University in Egypt. In 2016 Rania obtained her PhD in chemistry from La Trobe University in Australia. She has several years of research experience with 10 published papers in polymer chemistry and peptides. She has also authored a book chapter entitled, 'Designed Principles of Peptide Self-assembly Nanomaterials'.
Rania has solid experience working in both the educational and industrial sectors. She has worked as a lecturer in the Summer Canada Overseas programme for Chinese students and as an academic writer for Immediacy Learning, and Rasayely Writing and Editing Services. In addition, she has worked as a chemistry demonstrator at La Trobe University, and as a teacher for American diploma students. Her industrial experience includes working at the Ministry of the Environment as an environmental researcher and technical editor, and as a chemist in the petroleum and medical sectors.
With her range of broad experiences adding to her well-developed Adobe skills, she has been providing chemistry course packages for many chemistry majors since 2018.