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Candidates are expected to hold (or be about to obtain) a minimum upper second class Honours degree (or the overseas equivalent) in Chemistry and be interested in pursuing highly interdisciplinary research, collaborating with pharmacists, biologists and clinicians. Potential applicants must have good laboratory skills, and experience in organic synthesis and working with biological molecules is advantageous. The successful candidate must be highly motivated, capable of working independently and demonstrate excellent communication skills.
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