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The development of novel, non-conventional mechanisms for conducting risk assessments on biocidal active substances

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Recruiter
Centre for Global Eco-Innovation
Posted
02 August 2012
Ref
251
Location
Liverpool
Discipline
Chemistry, Earth, Environment & Energy
Level
PhD/Studentships
Course fee
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Further information

The development of novel, non-conventional mechanisms for conducting risk assessments on biocidal active substances

The project will focus on the development of novel, non-conventional methods to assess end points for example, the use of read-across, waiving arguments, quantitative structure-activity relationships (QSAR) and quantitative structure-property relationships (QSPR), and the implementation of control mechanisms in the formulation of biocidal products, and in their end-use. Candidates are expected to have a strong knowledge of the processes involved in building chemical registration dossiers and a good understanding of alternative methods for generating end points. A bias on chemistry and or toxicology would be an advantage. 

Project supervision
 
Enterprise Generator Ltd
University of Liverpool 

Application details 
To apply for this opportunity please click on the 'Apply Now' button to submit your application by email, attaching the following: 
A completed Application Criteria document (see the downloadable .doc file)
2 page CV
2 page expression of interest
Reference number: 251 

Application deadline: 6th August 2012

Interview date: Expected to be held by 20th August

 

Centre for Global Eco-Innovation


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