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Drug delivery using nano particles,gene therapy
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Looking for a PhD position in gene therapy,delivery

Posted on January 7, 2013 at 5:57pm 0 Comments

Hello

I am Parichaya paul residing in India and looking for a PhD position preferably Europe.

My areas of interest include gene therapy,delivery,synthesis of graft polymer/DNA for applications in gene delivery. I just completed my masters in nanotechnology from Amity university noida,India. cv on request.

Anyone having any information please leave a message or mail at parichya.paul@gmail.com

Thank you

parichaya paul.

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