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UCD Bionanoscience Research Group
Principal Investigator: Prof. Gil U. Lee
The Bionanoscience Group at University College Dublin has several exciting, multi-disciplinary opportunities available for highly motivated postdoctoral fellows and graduates to join on fully funded projects. The group has expertise in Atomic force microscopy (AFM), synthesis of novel superparamagnetic particles, generation of novel antibodies using phage display, advanced surface chemistries, microfabrication, and single molecule fluorescence measurements, with strong international collaborations in the US and across Europe. We invite applications from highly motivated individuals with good communication skills that are available to start:
  • Postdoctoral fellowships in Nanomedicine - currently accepting applications of postdoctoral fellows interested in co-applications for Marie Curie Fellowships in all areas of the emerging field of nanomedicine
University College Dublin is the largest university in Ireland and dates back to 1854. The UCD Belfield campus is situated 2 miles from Dublin city centre, and serves over 22,000 students, including over 3,200 international students from more than 110 countries. The PhD student will join a multidisciplinary group of researchers and will have access to outstanding research facilities at the UCD Conway Institute and School of Chemistry and Chemical Biology. For more general information about graduate study at UCD, visit the UCD Graduate studies website [].

Applications from prospective postgraduate students are welcome at any time. If you require further information on availability of PhD places, funding opportunities or have any queries then please feel free to contact us.