PhD Studentship: Exploiting Very-Fast Magic-Angle Spinning NMR: Enabling New Applications to Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Life Sciences

University of Warwick - The Molecular Analytical Science Centre for Doctoral Training

A PhD position in The Molecular Analytical Science Centre for Doctoral Training at the University of Warwick is open for start in September 2017. After successfully completing 6 months of MSc modules, you will carry out a research project further 3.5 years funding in the Magnetic Resonance Laboratory under the supervision of Steven P. Brown Physics and Józef R. Lewandowski Chemistry . Working together with Bruker, you will use state-of-the-art very-fast magic-angle spinning technologies in projects that develop and apply advanced solid-state NMR pulse sequences to pharmaceuticals and proteins. You should be from the UK or another European Union country. You need to have a first degree in a relevant scientific discipline e.g., Physics, Chemistry and be enthusiastic to work on a project that combines experiment with computer simulation and show a keenness to understand the underlying quantum phenomena that enables NMR to be applied to these important application areas.

For further details and to apply, please contact Professor Steven P Brown or Dr Józef R Lewandowski:


The funding is a full EPSRC CDT stipend for 4 years with all fees paid.

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