UK: Research Fellow in chemistry

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his is
an opportunity to join the new Biomolecular Nanotechnology
group in the Department of Pure & Applied Chemistry at
the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland (UK). A
one year EPSRC funded position is available in development
of next generation self-assembled biomaterials for
three-dimensional cell culture starting October 2008. The
project is multi-disciplinary in nature, with a focus on
biomaterials chemistry and in vitro cell culture.

Candidates for this ambitious project should have a
PhD in Biomaterials science or a related area, should be
team players and have outstanding track records of research
achievement. Experience in molecular self-assembly,
rheology, spectroscopy (including CD, fluorescence,
UV/Visible), microscopy (AFM, TEM), biochemical assays and
three-dimensional cell culture is desirable but training
will be provided.  For more information
on these positions please contact Prof. Ulijn (Rein.Ulijn@manchester.ac.uk).
Information about the Ulijn Group (currently based at the
University of Manchester) can be found on www.ulijnlab.com.  

For an application pack visit http://vacancies.strath.ac.uk or
contact Human Resources, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow
G1 1XQ. Tel. 0141 553 4133, quoting ref:
JA/R54/2008.
 

Closing date: 14 August
2008
 

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