The Chemistry Intern will assist in researching the trans-dermal delivery of microemulsions and liquid crystals.
The intern’s work will focus on:
-Investigating loading capacity of diffident formulations
-Testing trans-dermal delivery via Franz cells
-Analyses using HPLC and rheometer
-Degree in chemistry, graduate degree(s) preferred
-Experience working in a lab preferred
The Institute of Chemistry at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem was the first of its kind to be established in the country when the University was founded in 1925. The moving spirit in establishing the Institute of Chemistry was Dr. Chaim Weizmann, the first President of the State of Israel.
The Institute of Chemistry was the first institute in the Faculty of Science and was founded (together with the Institute of Judaism) so as to emphasize the importance of natural science in general and that of chemistry in particular. After much debate on the character and form of the institute, it was decided to emphasize graduate research at the highest level and only on this basis to undertake undergraduate teaching.