About the Project
The aim of this research project is to combine thermodynamic analysis of micro- and nano-sized biological objects, e.g. individual cells, cell compartments or individual organelles and, ultimately individual molecules with structural analysis tools such as Synchrotron radiation infrared microspectroscopy and imaging.
Our methodology includes biochemical, biophysical, thermal analyses and SR-IR microspectroscopy. This project is a collaboration between Royal Holloway University of London (Supervisor Mikhail Soloviev) and the Diamond Light Source, Harwell Science & Innovation Campus (Co-supervisor Gianfelice Cinque). Please visit our Websites:
Applicants should already have or be expected to obtain a First or upper Second Class degree in physics, biophysics, biochemistry, cell biology or a similar discipline. Multi-disciplinary experience or an MSc degree in one of the above is not a requirement but can be an advantage.
To make a general enquiry, please use the 'email' link below. To make a formal application please visit the 'apply online' link below and follow the application instructions detailed there.
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