2017 Training Fellowship in the Development and application of Ionic Liquids in delivery systems
Universidade Lusófona, Lisboa Portugal (EU)
CBIOS (Lusófona’s Research Center for Biosciences and Health Technologies)
Trainees in this CBIOS fellowship will have the opportunity to learn and practice a variety of techniques in the main domains of organic synthesis and pharmaceutical technology. This knowledge will be applied to the development of novel functional ingredients, namely Ionic Liquids, and to their use to optimize the release and/or stability performance of various delivery systems (of drugs and cosmetics).
Furthermore, the group’s research interests are diverse and range from the development of new delivery systems, to skin research as well as to the evaluation of the efficacy and safety of novel therapeutic candidates, and formulations, as well as non-drug products. Hence, candidates will have the opportunity to contact with several techniques in these main areas.
All candidates will be considered, although special attention will be given to individuals who have 1) a solid academic background including, if possible, special interest in organic synthesis and pharmaceutical technology, 2) good communication skills (written/spoken English) and 3) a keen desire to learn.Candidate’s eligible for CBIOS fellowship will benefit of a “zero” fees policy enjoying all the means offered to the university student’s. After the 1st semester evaluation, will eventually be able to apply to one of the scholarships available for PhD programs.
Please send in a single PDF file, a presentation letter stating you research interests, a cv resumé, highlighting qualifications, and three references able to confirm your capacities, to:
Luis Monteiro Rodrigues PhD., Director
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