At the Nucleic Acid Center (NAC) at Department of Physics and Chemistry we perform basic and applied research on nucleic acids and their role in drug development and nanotechnology. We have launched a novel initiative meant to allow students at the bachelor level to be affiliated with the centre and its research activities. Here is the way it works
If you are enrolled as a bachelor student in chemistry, pharmaceutical science, molecular biology, biomedicine or nanobioscience at the University of Southern Denmark, and you would like to be challenged further and are burning to study the chemical biology of nucleic acids, you are a perfect fit for the NAC elite student program.
You could be a perfect fit for the NAC elite student program if you are enrolled as a bachelor student in chemistry, pharmaceutical science, molecular biology, biomedicine or nanobioscience at the University of Southern Denmark - You have already demonstrated an aptitude for your studies and you are enthusiastic about the idea of research challenges within the chemical biology of nucleic acids.
- Keep following your standard bachelor curriculum and, at the same time, be affiliated with the activities and the advanced research programs at our centre.
- Be part of a mini unit consisting of a graduate student (master and/or Ph.d student), an advanced researcher (typically a postdoc), and a staff member.
- Be assigned a research topic on which you will have to report regularly and possibly do research work on.
- Acquire skills relating to synthesis, modeling and use of advanced nucleic acid technologies.
Please contact Per Trolle Jørgensen (firstname.lastname@example.org
) for further information or for booking a visit at NAC.