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Interested in graduate studies? Researchers in the McIndoe group gain experience across a range of disciplines. Organometallic chemistry, catalysis, (in)organic synthesis, analytical techniques, kinetics, mechanistic studies, real-time monitoring, 3D design, and mass spectrometry all represent aspects of our work. Graduates leave with a highly employable skill-set; witness the outcomes for group alumni on the people page. Please contact me if you would like to find out more.
Formal details regarding eligibility for graduate students and how to apply can be found at the university's Graduate Admissions Office. If you would like a standard application package sent to you, send an email to the Chemistry Department's graduate secretary (email@example.com) mentioning my name and your interest.
At UVic? There are always opportunities for Chem 298, 398, 498 and 499 projects within the group. Elsewhere in Canada, and interested in spending the summer in Victoria? Why not apply for an NSERC Undergraduate Student Research Award in Chemistry?
Those thinking of applying for external funding to work in my lab are strongly encouraged to do so. Most have strict eligibility criteria to do with your residency status. I will write supportive letters for suitable applicants.
Any currently available positions will be listed here, as well as advertised more widely.
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