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Warwick Chemistry seeks Dorothy Hodgkin Applicants

A Royal Society Dorothy Hodgkin Fellowship can lift you towards independence and a permanent post.

Warwick Chemistry could be the best place to host your research with ground-breaking research happening across the broad themes of:

  • Chemical, Synthetic and Structure Biology
  • Materials and Polymers
  • Measurement and Modelling
  • Synthesis and Catalysis

We offer a dynamic environment where research benefits from state-of-the-art facilities. Interdisciplinarity is a founding principle at Warwick and collaborations are supported and encouraged. For 2021 applicants, we are linking a successful Dorothy Hodgkin Fellowship at Warwick Chemistry with a permanent proleptic Associate Professor appointment.

To express your interest, please email by 4pm 16th August 2018 with a CV including a list of publications (highlighting the three publications that you consider to be most significant) and a completed Expression of Interest form available at

  • Successful candidates will be invited to Warwick to present their work, tour the facilities and chat with us during the week beginning 23 August, 2021.
  • Support will be offered for the preparation of RS Dorothy Hodgkin Fellowship applications.

We are particularly keen to receive expressions of interest from women and individuals who are under-represented in senior scientific academic positions, for example ethnic minority and LGBT scientists and those living with disability.

Informal enquiries can also be sent to:

If you are interested in other schemes hosted at Warwick Chemistry, please visit or contact

Please quote reference WCDHF2021 in any correspondence about this opportunity.

The University values diversity and is committed to equality of opportunity.

The University has a responsibility to ensure that all employees are eligible to live and work in the UK.