Post-doc in Paper-Based Diagnostics
The group is looking for a Postdoctoral Research Associate position to work on an exciting and ambitious research on biomarker preconcentration in paper-based analytical devices.
Point-of-care testing devices enable rapid, affordable, and widely accessible diagnosis, but their limited sensitivity makes them inappropriate for the diagnosis of early-stage diseases. To address this ongoing technological challenge, this EPSRC-funded project aims to introduce a radically new concept for biomarker preconcentration by exploiting colloid transport mechanisms based on interfacial and electrokinetic phenomena.
The position is due to commence in October 2022 or as soon as possible thereafter. The post is fixed term for 18 months.
The research will be run in close collaboration with Global Access Diagnostics – a leading developer of lateral flow assays and rapid diagnostic technologies.
Follow this link for details on the job and application procedure.
21.01.2022 - Updated on 21.06.2022
Fully Funded Phd Projects Available
If you are interested, contact us to discuss your application.
Applications are submitted through the Loughborough University website. The application deadline is has been EXTENDED to 30th June 2022.
These projects are part of the 20 fully funded PhD projects available in the School of Aeronautical, Automotive, Chemical and Material (AACME) Engineering of Loughborough University.
Please note that studentships will be awarded on a competitive basis to applicants who have applied to this project and other advertised projects within the School. The 3-year studentships are intended to start on 01 October 2022. It provides a tax-free stipend of £15,609 a year (stipend will rise in line with the level set by the Research Council) for the duration of the studentship plus tuition fees at the UK rate. These studentships are open to both UK and international students, however the total value of the studentship will cover the international tuition fee only.
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