About the Project
Topic: Photoactivatable Small Molecule-Releasable Compounds for Medical Applications.
The prospective student will use organic synthetic and physico-chemical tools to synthesize and study small-molecule releasing photoactivatable compounds. The initial aim will be to develop novel photochemically active carbon monoxide-releasing species for biological and medical applications. The (photo)reaction mechanisms will (can) be investigated using state-of-the-art techniques, such as nanosecond laser flash spectroscopy.
Required expertise: Organic synthesis; physical organic chemistry; standard analytical methods (NMR, GC, HPLC); spectroscopy; and favorably photochemistry
Discussion about the research topic with supervisor is mandatory before the formal application – contact directly Prof. Petr Klán at [Email Address Removed], phone: +420-54949-4856
More information about the position, eligibility criteria, applications, and selection process see at
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