The RSC Medicinal Chemistry Lectureship is awarded through a process whereby nominations of candidates are invited from our community.
Open to all researchers globally
The RSC Medicinal Chemistry Lectureship is open to all researchers throughout the world. This includes, but is not limited to, members of the Royal Society of Chemistry and researchers in academia or industry.
As part of the Royal Society of Chemistry, we believe we have a responsibility to promote inclusivity and accessibility to improve diversity. Where possible, we encourage each nominator to consider nominating candidates of all genders, races, and backgrounds. Please see the RSC's approach to Inclusion and Diversity.
To be eligible for the RSC Medicinal Chemistry Lectureship, the candidate must:
- Be an active medicinal chemistry researcher, either in academia or industry, carrying out research that is within the scope of the journal
- Be an independent researcher (this includes Research Associates or Fellows who run their own research group; PhD students and postdocs are not eligible)
- Be at an early stage of their independent career (this should typically be within 12 years of completing their PhD, but appropriate consideration will be given to those who have taken a career break, followed a different career path or work in systems where their time period to independence may vary). Please contact the Editorial Office if you have any queries