We are always interested in accommodating Honours and Special Project Students within the group. We have a wide variety of projects to choose from, which can be tailored to match your interests. These projects will give you fantastic hands-on research experience in areas such as: organic synthesis and characterisation, peptide synthesis, HPLC, AFM, UV-vis/fluorescence spectroscopy and protein chemistry.
If you are interested in doing a project with us, you are highly advised to contact Palli.
Local students with Australian or New Zealand permanent residency and a first class B.Sc. Honours are most welcome to apply for a position in our group. Currently, UNSW is offering up to $35,000 per year in a Ph.D. Scholarship for top B.Sc. Honours students from Australia and New Zealand. See here for a list of local scholarships.
International students are advised that fees for international students are currently above $25,000 and the competition for International Post-graduate Research Scholarships (IPRS) is extremely strong. That said, international students with interest in our work, top academic performance (at least > 85% average for B.Sc.), some research experience and good communication skills are encouraged to seek further information about research opportunities in our group. See here for a list of international scholarships.
Also available to both Local and International students are the Scientia PhD Scholarships - Which offer up to $40,000 per year + $10,000 per year as support for career development.
If you are interested in joining the group, you are highly advised to contact Palli
Currently we have no vacancies in our group, however, potential post-doctoral fellows or research associate are most welcome to contact us and leave their CV's for future reference. Candidates who can provide their own funding are most welcome to contact us, and we will be more than happy to support their application.
If you wish to further discuss potential fellowship applications, please contact Palli
Another paper from Martina & our own Ken! https://t.co/bfRRId60Gt
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This is our Shakespearian chemistry paper! https://t.co/0kI2TrFuzq
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