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Enzymatic tools for epigenomic analysis

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Project Description

The Neely Group are looking to recruit a student for a PhD project “Enzymatic tools for epigenomic analysis”. The project will develop new molecules, s-adenosyl-L-methionine analogues that can be used for the capture or labelling of epigenomic information in the human genome. The project requires a competent synthetic chemist with the ability and desire to apply that chemistry in collaboration with the West Midlands Regional Genetic Laboratory and groups working on epigenomic analysis in the School of Cancer Sciences.

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]).

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