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  Electrochemical Generation and Utilization of N- and O-Centered Radicals
  Dr L Morrill, Prof D Bonifazi
Application Deadline: 29 March 2019
Opportunity. Applications are invited for a fully funded 3.5-year AZ iCASE PhD studentship in synthetic organic electrochemistry under the supervision of Dr Louis C.
  The Productive Merger of the Borrowing Hydrogen Principle with Organocatalysis
  Dr L Morrill
Applications accepted all year round
Applications are invited for self-funded students wishing to perform research towards a Ph.D. in synthetic organic chemistry under the supervision of Dr Louis C.
  PhD Studentship – Development of New Reagents for Protein Chemistry
  Dr M Baud
Application Deadline: 31 March 2019
Posted January 2019. A PhD position is available to start in October 2019 for an outstanding candidate to work under the supervision of Dr Matthias Baud in the School of Chemistry at the University of Southampton.
  Tuned Iridium Catalysts to Deliver an Array of Synthetic Efficiency and Selectivity
  Prof W Kerr
Applications accepted all year round
A fully funded, industry-linked PhD Studentship is available in the Department of Pure and Applied Chemistry at the University of Strathclyde under the supervision of Professor William J.
  Synthetic Medicinal Carbohydrate Chemistry PhD in the area of Glycomimetics.
  Dr P Murphy
Application Deadline: 1 April 2019
The successful candidate will work on a project concerned with the design and synthesis of glycomimetics. Specifically they will synthesize complex target molecules designed against various targets such as galectin-8 and siglec-8 involved in asthma and some forms of inflammation/cancer.
  Synthetic Organic Approaches for Covalent Inhibition of Protein-Protein
  Dr S Thompson
Applications accepted all year round
We are looking for an enthusiastic and well-organized student with an interest in applying the full range of synthetic organic chemistry methods to design and construct conformationally well-defined molecules (foldamers) that covalently recognise key elements of protein surfaces.
  New Iridium-catalysed Methods for the Direct Preparation of Isotopically-labelled Compounds of Pharmaceutical Importance
  Prof W Kerr
Applications accepted all year round
A fully funded, industry-linked PhD Studentship is available in the Department of Pure and Applied Chemistry at the University of Strathclyde under the supervision of Professor William J.
  PhD Studentship in Synthetic Chemistry: Artificial Molecular Machines
  Dr B Collins
Application Deadline: 1 April 2019
Autonomous molecular-level motion is ubiquitous in Nature, and will be a key constituent of the artificial complex molecular systems which will form the basis of future technologies.
  PhD Studentship in New Methods for Antibody-Drug Conjugation
  Prof J Sweeney
Application Deadline: 30 May 2019
A fully funded 3.5-year PhD studentship in the area of antibody-drug conjugation chemistry is available, to be carried out in the group of Professor Joe Sweeney at the Department of Chemistry, Lancaster University, and in collaboration with AbbVie, Inc.
  Synthesis of medicinally important macrocycles via Successive ring expansion
  Dr W Unsworth
Applications accepted all year round
Traditionally, medium sized rings and macrocycles are made by forming a chemical bond between the two ‘ends’ of a long linear molecule (A), but competing side reactions and/or dimerisation reactions usually dominate in such processes, leading to inefficient reaction processes.
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