Aarhus University

PhD fellowship at Aarhus University in the Development of Assays for Continuous Sensing -... (BB-2BAB4)

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The applicant for this project should hold a master degree (or equivalent) in chemistry, molecular biology, nanoscience or related sciences. The applicant should ideally have practical experience in molecular biology techniques and organic chemistry. In accordance with the rules specified for multipartner Marie Sklodowska Curie ITNs, only candidates that are from a different country than the host (Denmark) or have stayed in the host country for less than 12 months during the past 3 years is eligible for the position. Furthermore, to be eligible applicants should have less than 4 years research experience to qualify for the position.

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The PhD project will be supervised by Professor Kurt Gothelf at iNANO at Aarhus University. The research group has strong competences in organic chemistry, bioconjugation, DNA nanotechnology and biosensors and consists of approximately 10 PhD students, a number of post docs, master students and younger students.

iNANO, Interdisciplinary Nanoscience Center (

All interested candidates are encouraged to apply, regardless of their personal background.


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The applicant for this project should hold a master degree (or equivalent) in chemistry, molecular biology, nanoscience or related sciences. The applicant should ideally have practical experience in molecular biology techniques and organic chemistry.

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