Dove and O'Reilly Groups October 2016
We are always looking to work with highly motivated and talented scientists. Specific funded opportunities will be advertised on the group webpage below and on jobs.ac.uk (among other locations) when they are available.
Details of how to join the Dove group:
Opportunities that arise will be advertised through the group twitter account (@Dove_group) and on the website front page as well as in prominent (inter)national advertisers such as 'jobs.ac.uk' or 'EURAXESS'.
The group are also very active in supporting strong applicants that wish to apply for fellowships (such as Marie Curie-Sklodowzka Action EF/GF, Newton International Fellowships, Whittaker Fellowships etc.). The Dove group have an excellent record of success in supporting these applications and potential applicatants should contact Andrew Dove by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) to dicsuss such oportunities.
Applications are also welcomed from suitable candidates who wish to study for a Ph.D. within the group. Potential applicants should contact Andrew Dove by email (email@example.com) to dicsuss such oportunities in the first instance.
Other current interests include:
- Synthesis and functionalisation of degradable polymers
- Development of metal-free click chemistry
- Hydrogel materials for tssue (and stem cell) engineering applications
- 3D printing to develop tuneable scaffolds for regenerative medicine
For more details about these areas see our Research Pages.
Several opportunities to support study through scholarships are also possible and excellent candidates from all around the world could consider these routes that include:
- Chancellors International Scholarship
- Chinese Scholarship Council (CSC) - Chinese Students Only
- Science without borders - Brazilian Students Only
The Dove group have an excellent record of success in supporting these applications. Please contact Andrew Dove by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) to dicsuss possible opportunities.
Further information on postgraduate degrees in chemistry at Warwick can be found here.