An EPSRC-funded Research Associate position with Prof David J. Procter is available for 36 months and will involve the development of catalytic couplings that exploit radical relays and catalytic SmI2. The project is a collaboration with the computational chemistry team of Prof Nikolas Kaltsoyannis in the Department of Chemistry. An outstanding and ambitious synthetic organic chemist is required, preferably with experience in methodology development and target synthesis. You should be capable of working under your own initiative and leading a research team, so excellent communication and organisational skills are also required. You should have, or be working towards, a PhD or equivalent in synthetic organic chemistry.
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Name: Professor David J. Procter
This vacancy will close for applications at midnight on the closing date.
Please see the link below for the Further Particulars document which contains the person specification criteria.