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I would like to advertise an EPA funded MSc research opportunity in Environmental Chemistry entitled 'Chemical analysis of novel contaminants in the Irish aquatic environment and their potential to bioconcentrate and bioaccumulate up the food chain' 

The project shall concentrate on using established techniques to measure novel environmental contaminants, particularly pharmaceuticals in the Irish aquatic environment and their bioconcentration ability. 

This Masters shall be primarily based in the Irish Separation Science Cluster (ISSC) lab in DCU where the chemical analysis shall be undertaken, but shall be working as part of a team on an EPA funded environmental toxicology project located in the Irish Centre for Environmental Toxicology (ICET) in GMIT, where all in vivo and exposure aspects of the project shall be undertaken. Project supervision shall be from both DCU (Prof Brett Paull) and GMIT (Dr Brian Quinn), with the degree awarded from DCU.

For more information please see the document attached below or visit www.icet.ie. 

Thanks very much,

Brian.


Brian Quinn, PhD
Principal Investigator 
Irish Centre for Environmental Toxicology (ICET)
Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology
Dublin Rd
Co. Galway
Office: 00 353 91 742515
Fax: 00 353 91 758412
Website: www.icet.ie



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