About the Project
This project is well-suited to highly motivated student with a keen interest in the interdisciplinary area of Nanotechnology for biomedical applications. Students are expected to possess a minimum of an upper second-class degree (or equivalent) in a relevant Pharmacy, Biomedical Science, Chemistry, Physics or Engineering background. The successful candidate will be trained in a wide range of highly desirable skills in the field of Nanomedicine, Drug delivery, and Biomaterials such as nanoparticle fabrication, use of electron microscopes (TEM/SEM) and confocal microscopes, drug loading and release, in vitro 2D and 3D cell culture and/or animal work. The student will benefit from working in a vibrant and multidisciplinary environment in the Bragg Centre for Materials Research as well as with staff and students from the Schools of Physics and Medicine at the University of Leeds.
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