Open Ph.D. Student Positions: The Metabolomics and Environmental Toxicology (MET) Lab at Missouri University of Science and Technology is offering two Ph.D. scholarship positions for highly motivated students. These positions involve interdisciplinary research in the fields of metabolomics, exposomics, environmental toxicology, and (bio)remediation. The research projects encompass profiling metabolomic content, characterizing human exposure to environmental contaminants, understanding the fate of pollutants, and developing ecofriendly remediation methods.
- Position: Ph.D. Student Scholarships
- Study Area: Bioanalytical and Environmental Chemistry
- Scholarship Description: Research in metabolomics, exposomics, and (bio)remediation
- Eligibility: B.S. in Chemistry, analytical technique experience, strong research passion
- Required Documents: Cover letter, CV, unofficial transcripts
- How to Apply: Email Dr. Michael Eze (firstname.lastname@example.org) with application documents
Study Area: Bioanalytical and Environmental Chemistry
Open Ph.D. Student Positions in Bioanalytical and Environmental Chemistry
The Metabolomics and Environmental Toxicology (MET) Lab at Missouri University of Science and Technology invites applications for two Ph.D. scholarship positions. Successful candidates will engage in interdisciplinary research projects, including the profiling of metabolomic content in various samples, characterizing human exposure to environmental contaminants, studying the fate and toxicity of pollutants, and developing novel, ecofriendly remediation techniques. Additionally, scholars will perform chemometric analyses on mass spectrometry datasets using various multivariate techniques in R or MATLAB.
Eligibility: Minimum Requirements:
- B.S. degree in Chemistry with an excellent academic record
- Experience with analytical techniques involving GC-MS and/or LC-MS
- Strong passion for research, with excellent oral and written communication skills
- M.S. in Analytical Chemistry, Mass Spectrometry, or a closely related analytical discipline
- Prior research experience in computational metabolomics
- Peer-reviewed publication record
Required Documents: Applicants must submit the following documents in a single PDF:
- A brief cover letter detailing research background, interests, and plan
- Curriculum Vitae (CV)
- Unofficial transcripts
How to Apply: To apply for these Ph.D. scholarship positions, please email Dr. Michael Eze (email@example.com) with a single PDF containing your cover letter, CV, and unofficial transcripts.
Last Date: Until position filled. Don’t miss this opportunity to contribute to cutting-edge research in bioanalytical and environmental chemistry at Missouri S&T.