• University of Glasgow Featured PhD Programmes
  • University of Leeds Featured PhD Programmes
  • University of Cambridge Featured PhD Programmes
  • University of Leeds Featured PhD Programmes
  • University of Mannheim Featured PhD Programmes
  • University of Bristol Featured PhD Programmes
  • Carlos III Health Institute Featured PhD Programmes
  • London School of Economics and Political Science Featured PhD Programmes
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich Featured PhD Programmes
University of Oxford Featured PhD Programmes
University of Bristol Featured PhD Programmes
University College London Featured PhD Programmes
National University of Singapore Featured PhD Programmes

Nanofluidic devices for studying DNA-protein interactions

This project is no longer listed in the FindAPhD
database and may not be available.

Click here to search the FindAPhD database
for PhD studentship opportunities
  • Full or part time
    Dr Neely
  • Application Deadline
    No more applications being accepted
  • Funded PhD Project (European/UK Students Only)
    Funded PhD Project (European/UK Students Only)

Project Description

The Neely Group are looking to recruit a student for a PhD project “Nanofluidic devices for studying DNA-protein interactions”. The project will build upon our work to image DNA sequence at the single-molecule level by carrying out these studies using DNA confined in a channel just 100 nm in width. We will investigate the interaction of proteins with DNA in these channels using single-molecule fluorescence imaging. The ideal candidate will be a chemist with some experience of microscopy and the willingness to work across the traditional scientific boundaries.

Funding Notes

A scholarship to cover University fees and provide 36 months maintenance at standard RCUK rates (£14,057 for 2015-16 and expected to rise slightly for 2016-17) is provisionally available for applicants who are UK/EU nationals and hold or obtain a minimum of a good (>65%) upper second class or higher integrated UK masters (MSci/MChem) degree or equivalent in chemistry or a related subject. Students with a combination of a good UK or equivalent BSc degree followed by an MSc with >60% in all taught elements will also qualify.

For more information please contact Dr Robert Neely ([email protected]).

How good is research at University of Birmingham in Chemistry?

FTE Category A staff submitted: 28.00

Research output data provided by the Research Excellence Framework (REF)

Click here to see the results for all UK universities
Share this page:

Cookie Policy    X