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We are always interested in meeting motivated students interested in pursuing research in the area of supramolecular bioinspired chemistry. Group members will work at the interface of organic, biological, and materials chemistry, with particular emphasis placed on developing expertise in both synthesis and structural analysis.

UR Undergraduate Students

The Partridge Group is looking for an undergraduate student researcher to join our team starting in Spring or Summer 2024! Interested students are encouraged to apply online by November 7th. Questions are welcome any time and can be sent to Prof. Partridge via email.

Non-UR Undergraduate Students

The Department of Chemistry hosts two programs to give non-UR undergraduates the opportunity to conduct summer research with one of our faculty mentors:

  • Students in the US can apply to the department’s Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program in Chemistry for Medicine and Energy.
  • Students outside the US can apply to the department’s International Summer Research (iScholar) program.

Graduate Students

Students interested in pursuing their Ph.D. studies with Prof. Partridge are encouraged to email him to discuss ongoing research projects. Ph.D. positions are awarded through an annual application cycle administered by the Department of Chemistry. More information is available here. Applications are currently being accepted until December 1st for admission to the graduate program in August 2024.

Postdoctoral Fellows

There are no funded postdoctoral opportunities in the Partridge group at this time.

Positions for postdoctoral fellows will be advertised on this page; application materials should be submitted per the job posting. Self-funded candidates or competitive applicants seeking support for fellowship applications are encouraged to contact Prof. Partridge via email. Please include a brief (1-2 page) cover letter summarizing your research interests and explaining your motivation for applying to our group, a current CV, and the names and contact details of three referees, one of whom should be your Ph.D. mentor.


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