PhD studentship in Physical Inorganic Chemistry

We are seeking a talented and motivated graduate student to contribute to a programme of research focused on luminescent probe development for detection of non-canonical DNA structures by super-resolution microscopy. Candidates with an interest and experience in photochemistry and spectroscopy are particularly encouraged to apply.

The studentship is fully funded for 4 years (€18,500 euro per annum stipend + fees). Applicants must have a minimum of an upper second or first class honours in Chemistry and be available to start by October 2020.

To apply, please send a CV and contact details of two academic referees to Emer Walsh ( before Thursday July 16th 2020.

 For informal inquiries please contact