We are looking for new students! Several projects in Dynamic Nuclear Polarization enhanced NMR spectroscopy are open. A special emphasis is placed on the development of instrumentation and NMR hardware that will enable utilizing the signal enhancement provided by hyperpolarization.
Requirements: Must already be admitted to the Texas A&M University Chemistry graduate program. (If you are looking to apply to the program, click here
Research for Class Credit
Looking to do research for CHEM-491 or BIOT-603?
Projects in the following areas are currently open:
- Biological Chemistry: Expression and purification of proteins and protein fragments. Production of samples for NMR spectroscopy. Investigation of protein folding by NMR.
- Physical Chemistry: Characterization of hyperpolarization efficiency using various paramagnetic species.
Requirements: Must be a currently enrolled student at Texas A&M University.
There are currently no announced postdoctoral positions. However,
applications of outstanding quality are considered on an on-going basis.