Dr Cornelia Locher
Program 2: Honey Bee Products
Dr Cornelia Locher (Staatsex. Pharm UniTü, PhD NTU) is Associate Professor in Pharmaceutical and Medicinal Chemistry in the Pharmacy Program of the University of Western Australia. Her main research interests are in natural product chemistry, including traditional Aboriginal and Asian medicinal plants. Her recent work has focused on Eucalyptus kinos and medicinal honeys.
- Locher, C., Neumann, J. and Sostaric, T. 2017. Authentication of honeys of different floral origins via HPTLC fingerprinting. Journal of Planar Chromatography – Modern TLC, 30(1): 57-62.
- Roshan Hesari, N., Rippers, T., Locher, C. and Hammer, K.A. 2017. Antibacterial activity of Western Australian honeys compared to Manuka honey and pasture honey. Archives of Microbiology, 199(2): 347-359.
- Identification of Mono-Floral Honeys From Pollen Chemistry
- Sticky Science: Episode 4
- Flora Trademarks
- Research paper: A validated method for the quantitative determination of sugars in honey using high-performance thin-layer chromatography
- Research paper: Sugar profiling of honeys for authentication and detection of adulterants using High-Performance Thin Layer Chromatography
- Research Paper: Antioxidant HPTLC-DPPH Fingerprinting of Honeys and Tracking of Antioxidant Constituents Upon Thermal Exposure
- Journal highlights HPTLC for honey analysis
- CAMAG Webinar: The Concept of Fully Automated HPTLC Analysis on the Example of Sugars in Honey
- Research Paper: Optimisation of Bee Pollen Extraction to Maximise Extractable Antioxidant Constituents
- Research Paper: Detection of syrup adulterants in manuka and jarrah honey using HPTLC-multivariate data analysis
- Research poster showcased at the International Conference on Food Analysis (ICFA) 2021
- An investigation of the suitability of melissopalynology to authenticate Jarrah honey
- Australian Honeypot Ant (Camponotus inflatus) Honey—A Comprehensive Analysis of the Physiochemical Characteristics, Bioactivity, and HPTLC Profile of a Traditional Indigenous Australian Food
- UWA Media Release: Sweet rewards from honeypot ant honey study
- A Comprehensive Survey of Phenolic Constituents Reported in Monofloral Honeys around the Globe
- Dr Connie Locher contributes a chapter to ‘More than Gold and Honey’