About the Project
We are looking for an enthusiastic and committed student to engineer a new biotechnology to form orthogonal and specific complexes between chemotherapy drugs and antibodies. You will be trained in protein design, molecular biology and biophysical chemistry techniques to characterise protein structure and protein-protein interactions, alongside fluorescence microscopy imaging to test the functionality of your designs on cancer cell lines.
Your findings will have major impact on the biological drugs development. The knowledge generated will translate in novel approaches to diagnose and treat cancer.
If you hold a 2.1 honours masters level degree in Chemistry, Biochemistry or equivalent and are interested in developing new drug-like biomolecules, please get in touch with Dr Ciani ([email protected]).
**This is a self-funded project**
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