About the Project
Your PhD project will involve the design and chemical synthesis of a new class of nucleoside analogue, focusing on mimetic modifications to the ribose ring. You will also be involved in applying the mimetic nucleoside within the synthesis of current anti-viral drugs. You will receive training in organic synthesis, carbohydrate chemistry and medicinal chemistry. Transferable skills such as reporting of results orally and in writing, time management, project planning and management will be also developed.
Please quote FNS GS 2017-24 on your application.
100% UK/EU tuition fees for 3 years.
Stipend support at Research Council rates for three years commencing academic year 2018/19. Current RCUK stipend: £14,553 per annum.
Source of Funding: Riboscience LLC and Keele University Faculty of Natural Sciences
Contact for further information:
For further information on the group: www.millertime.co.uk and @millerlabkeele
For informal inquiries please contact Dr Gavin J Miller at email@example.com and include a CV
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