About the role
In this role, you will work on the project “Smart nano-pills for the treatment of DIPG based on synthetic antibodies”, providing scientific support to the management team, contributing to the research project and delivering reports to the sponsor.
You will lead in the collection, evaluation and interpretation of the research data, working autonomously to meet project deadlines. In addition, you will contribute to the development of the choice of techniques, critiques, approaches, models and methods. You will lead in the writing up of research finding, helping to develop ideas and contributions for future grants and outputs.
With a PhD in Chemistry or a related subject, you will have experience in polymer chemistry and/or diagnostics, alongside a track record of publications in high quality journal papers. With sounds analytical skills, you will have excellent communication skills, whilst being able to work as part of a research team to ensure collaboration and the best outcomes possible.
For informal enquiries, please contact Professor Sergey Piletsky on 0116 294 4666 or email@example.com
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