Positions are available for graduate students interested in the development of state-of-the-art Nuclear Magnetic Resonance techniques and their application to a variety of problems in areas as diverse as material science, catalysis, and biomaterials. A complete description of graduate program in chemistry can be found at http://chemistry.osu.edu , and the graduate program in chemical physics at https://chemphys.osu.edu/.
If you would like more information about graduate school at OSU and our research group please complete at http://chemistry.osu.edu/graduate/apply
Undergraduate Positions (Earn course credit)
Positions are available for undergraduate students interested in the development of state-of-the-art Nuclear Magnetic Resonance techniques and their application to a variety of problems in areas as diverse as material science, catalysis, and biomaterials. Students must have a GPA greater than 3.2, and should be available to work for more at least 4 semesters. Summer research salaries are often available, but are usually reserved for students with prior research experience in my laboratory.
Requests for post-doctoral researcher positions are welcome. While funds may not be available when a request is made, there are always opportunities to obtain funds for a specific research project from internal sources or external sources if advanced noticed is given (usually 1 year in advance is best). Relevant funding opportunities you might consider applying for are
- Environmental Chemistry
- L’Oréal USA For Women In Science Fellowship
- NSF Earth Sciences (EAR) awards Postdoctoral Fellowships
- UNCF ●Merck Postdoctoral Science Research Fellowships
Anyone interested in any of these positions is encouraged to contact me