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PhD Studentship Biosynthesis in microfluidic devices by manoeuvring magnetic particles Department of Chemistry

► PhD Studentship Biosynthesis in microfluidic devices by manoeuvring magnetic particles Department of Chemistry

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Would you like to subscribe through facebook A PhD studentship, funded by the EPSRC, is available within a multi-disciplinary team developing "Lab on a Chip" devices, for example for point-of-care analysis at the patient’s home or scene-of-crime analysis in forensics. The aim of this project is to perform biosynthesis and analytical chemistry on the surface of single magnetic microparticles that can be manoeuvred through microfluidic devices via external magnetic fields.

The successful candidate will join an internationally established research team in the area of lab-on-a-chip devices. The preferred start date is February 2008, although later dates can be considered if necessary. Due to the interdisciplinary nature of the project, applicants with a good BSc (1st or 2.1) or MSc degree in Chemistry, Physics, Engineering or Life Sciences can all be considered. Knowledge of analytical chemistry and/or microfluidics would be of advantage but are not essential. Only UK/EU citizens are eligible for full funding (maintenance, stipend and tuition fees). The student stipend will be £12,600 per annum (tax free).

Application forms, which can be downloaded from the site shown below or obtained from the Admissions Office, should be returned as soon as possible to:

Admissions Office
The University of Hull
Cottingham Road
Hull HU6 7RX
Tel: +44(0)1482 466850
Fax: +44(0)1482 442290
Email: admissions@hull.ac.uk

Applications form download
http://www.hull.ac.uk/admissions/postgrad/how_to_apply/index.html
http://www.hull.ac.uk/elements/downloads/admissions/pgappform.pdf

For more information about this project contact:
Dr. Nicole Pamme
Department of Chemistry
University of Hull
Cottingham Road
Hull HU6 7RX, UK
Tel: +44(0)1482 465027
Fax: +44(0)1482 446416
Email: n.pamme@hull.ac.uk

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