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Postdoctoral Research Associate in Dynamic Nuclear Polarisation Enhanced Solid State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (Fixed Term) - Grade 7

University of Liverpool - Faculty of Science and Engineering - School of Physical Sciences - Department of Chemistry

Location: Liverpool
Salary: £34,805 to £40,322 per annum
Hours: Full Time
Contract Type: Fixed-Term/Contract
Placed On: 11th October 2021
Closes: 5th November 2021
Job Ref: 035373

We are looking to recruit a Postdoctoral Research Associate (PDRA) to work on the development of Dynamic Nuclear Polarisation (DNP) enhanced Magic Angle Spinning (MAS) Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) and its application in materials chemistry.

Key skills are: Excellent expertise in DNP and MAS NMR; Experience in MAS NMR in either biological, chemical, material or physical sciences; A strong academic track record of outputs (e.g., publications and/or patents); Excellent transferable skills; Understanding of the DNP research landscape.

This is an opportunity for an ambitious scientist to advance the science of hyperpolarisation NMR and engage with the (DNP) MAS NMR communities.

You should have a PhD in DNP MAS NMR spectroscopy with relevance to the Biological, Chemical, Material or Physical Sciences, or related, and have experience with DNP MAS NMR hardware with a demonstrated track record of excellent publications in peer-reviewed journals as appropriate for career stage.

The position is available on a fixed term basis, until 31st January 2024.

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