PhD and Research Degrees in the School of Chemistry

We welcome applicants for our postgraduate research opportunities.  

 

Our research embraces three principle chemistry themes including:

  • Materials and Catalysis
  • Light and Energy
  • Life Processes

 

Several faculty members with interests in Chemistry of Materials and Catalysis and Chemistry of Light and Energy are members of the Energy Materials Laboratory, and our researchers in the Chemistry of Life Processes theme are members of the cross-School Centre for Molecular and Structural Biochemistry (CMSB). Prospective students are welcome to contact supervisors to explore opportunities.

We have fostered a collaborative spirit in the School that has led to strong interactions not only across the three principal themes, but also with Pharmacy, the other Science Schools, and the Research Institutes on the Norwich Research Park.

Our postgraduate degrees by research usually take between three to four years to complete and are supervised by our expert scientists who outline the research, and provide guidance and mentoring throughout the project. 
 

PhD

Development of novel chemical synthesis methodologies for generating new drug molecules (BEWS2_USF)

This exciting PhD opportunity will generate novel organic synthetic chemistry, develop new methodology within our group and expand your practical skill...

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PhD

Designing New Halogen Bonding Catalysts for Asymmetric Synthesis (BEWS1_U21SF)

This exciting PhD focuses on asymmetric synthesis and the development of new chiral non-racemic supramolecular halogen bond catalysts. The research will...

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PhD

Postgraduate Research in Chemistry

The School of Chemistry is recognised globally for its research in chemical...

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PhD

Molecular interactions for chlamydia cell invasion (BLUMENSHCEINT_U21SF)

Chlamydia is a bacterial obligate intracellular parasite which extensively modifies the host cell for its own advantage during infection. This is achieved...

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