Chromatin Remodeling in Plasmodium | Shiv Nadar University SRF Vacancy ~ helpBIOTECH

18 January 2016

Chromatin Remodeling in Plasmodium | Shiv Nadar University SRF Vacancy

Clinical Research


Junior Research Fellow (JRF)

DBT-IYBA funded project under supervision of Dr. Ashish Gupta, Department of Life Sciences, School of Natural Sciences, Shiv Nadar University.

(For more information, please visit Dr. Ashish Gupta’s webpage at SNU website:

The project involves functional characterization of chromatin remodeling factors of Plasmodium falciparum using genomic approaches and construction of a transcriptional regulatory network for the identified chromatin factors.


M.Sc. in any branch of life sciences with excellent academic record. 
 Candidates with CSIR-UGC NET or DBT-JRF are encouraged to apply. 
Research experience in the field of Plasmodium is preferred, but not required.

Fellowship: Rs. 25,000/- p.m. + HRA for the first two years, and Rs. 28,000/- p.m. + HRA for the third year.

Duration: One year but extendable up to three years based on performance and availability of funds.
Applicants are requested to send a cover letter outlining previous research experiences and reasons for joining this position. Please send your complete bio-data including the cover letter, educational marksheets/certificates (Class 10th onwards), copy of prior publication(s) (if any), and name of two referees and other relevant documents as PDF attachment by email (or hard copies by Speed Post) to reach the following office on or before 22 February 2016:

Dr. Ashish Gupta Assistant Professor Department of Life Sciences School of Natural Sciences Shiv Nadar University NH-91, Tehsil Dadri District Gautam Buddha Nagar, UP 201314. Email:

Telephone: (0120) 3819100/ 2663801 Ext.246 Please use PIN 201314 for Speed Post or registered post, and PIN 201307 (Dadri) for courier services.

Short-listed candidates will be called for interview at the SNU campus.

No TA/DA will be provided for appearing in this interview.


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