Molecular Machinery of Plasmodium | IOB Bangalore JRF/SRF Openings (10 Posts) | IOB Recruits @ helpBIOTECH ~ helpBIOTECH

05 January 2016

Molecular Machinery of Plasmodium | IOB Bangalore JRF/SRF Openings (10 Posts) | IOB Recruits @ helpBIOTECH

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JRF and SRF positions in DBT Center of Excellence project for Malaria Research between Institute of Bioinformatics (IOB), Bangalore and National Institute of Immunology (NII), Delhi.

Institute of Bioinformatics (IOB) (http://ibioinformatics.org ) is a premier research center for Genomics, Proteomics, Metabolomics, and Computational biology. IOB has established a state-of-the-art proteomics, genomics, and metabolomics platforms that are being utilized to explore and validate candidate biomarkers in a wide array of human diseases ranging from neurological disorders and infections to cancers. Scientists at IOB are training young researchers across India in these OMICS technologies.

Dr. Prasad’s group (http://www.ibioinformatics.org/tskprasad.php) at Institute of Bioinformatics (IOB) in collaboration with Dr. Sharma’s laboratory (http://www.nii.res.in/research/pushkar-sharma) National Institute of Immunology (NII) is looking for highly motivated Junior Research Fellows (JRF; 5 positions) and Senior Research Fellows (SRF; 5 positions), to work on project entitled “Centre of Excellence on Molecular Machinery of Plasmodium”

Qualifications for JRF:

1) M.Sc. or M.Tech in any field of Life Sciences; 2) Candidates must have secured JRF funding from CSIR-UGC, DBT, BINC and DST-INSPIRE

Qualifications for SRF:

1) M.Sc. or M.Tech in any field of Life Sciences; 2) 2 years research experience and minimum 1 publication in any peer reviewed journal

Selected JRFs and SRFs will be extensively trained in sample prep and data analysis of proteomic and multi PTM experiments on Plasmodium falciparum and its interaction with human, high-resolution mass spectrometry, maintenance of HPLC and culturing of synchronized culture of Plasmodium falciparum and a number of molecular biology techniques. Fellowship amounts will be as per DBT rules and guidelines. Interested candidates needs to send their detailed CV by email to: keshav@ibioinformatics.org with a subject line either as “JRF in Malaria Research” or “SRF in Malaria Research”. Shortlisted candidates will be contacted within 15 days from date of application.

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