PhD Positions @ YU-IOB Center for Systems Biology and Molecular Medicine | YU Recruits @ helpBIOTECH ~ helpBIOTECH

30 March 2017

PhD Positions @ YU-IOB Center for Systems Biology and Molecular Medicine | YU Recruits @ helpBIOTECH

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Ph.D. student positions at 
YU-IOB Center for Systems Biology and Molecular Medicine

The YU-IOB Center for Systems Biology and Molecular Medicine (CSBMM) is established at Yenepoya University, Mangalore, to bring together the teams of biologists and clinicians using advanced OMICs platforms to investigate molecular underpinnings of complex life conditions including growth, metabolism, human diseases, host-pathogen interactions, response to therapy and healing, molecular targets of drugs including traditional medicines and drug resistance. The dynamic team composed of mass spectrometrists, molecular biologists, data curators, programmers and clinicians work within the frameworks of ‘molecularizing’ various aspects of biology.

We are looking for highly motivated individuals join our team as Junior Research Fellows, who can further carry on enrolling in Ph.D. programs at Yenepoya University. Each Research Fellow will have opportunities to carry out several research projects in diverse fields of biology including but not restricted to infectious diseases, cancer, big data analysis, data integration and biological databases. The Ph.D. fellows will utilize cutting edge technologies to decode the molecular mechanisms, signaling pathways and metabolic pathways. Research will be conducted using multidisciplinary approach employing high-throughput genomics, proteomics, metabolomics and molecular biology tools to maximize discovery, always with intent to translation. We seek highly exceptional candidates with a master’s degree in any field of life sciences or chemistry with zeal and enthusiasm to dissect the molecular underpinnings of biological dynamics.

Application process

1. JRF and SRF positions in quantitative phosphoproteomic and global metabolomic analysis of human diseases using high-resolution mass spectrometry.

Qualifications for JRF:
  • 1. M.Sc. or M.Tech in any field of Life Sciences
  • 2. JRF funding from CSIR-UGC NET, DBT NET, BINC and DST-INSPIRE is desirable
Qualifications for SRF:
  • 1. M.Sc. or M.Tech in any field of Life Sciences
  • 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, multi PTM and global metabolomic experiments in the context of cancers, neurological and infectious diseases including tuberculosis and malaria, high-resolution mass spectrometry, maintenance of HPLC and a number of molecular biology techniques. Interested candidates need to send their detailed CV by email to: keshav@yenepoya.edu.in with a subject line either as “JRF in phosphoproteomics and global metabolomics” or “SRF in phosphoproteomics and global metabolomics.” Shortlisted candidates will be contacted within 15 days from date of application.

2. JRF positions in investigating molecular targets of ayurvedic drugs by functional proteomic and metabolomic approaches.

Qualifications for JRF:

  • 1. M.Sc. or M.Tech in any field of Life Sciences
  • 2. JRF funding from CSIR-UGC, DBT, BINC and DST-INSPIRE is desirable
Selected JRFs will be extensively trained in the handling of high-resolution mass spectrometers including Orbitrap Tribrid Fusion mass spectrometer and QTRAP 6500 mass spectrometer. Using quantitative phosphoproteomic and metabolomic strategies, we propose to discover altered kinase targets and host metabolites. JRFs will also evaluate ayurvedic drugs for their metabolite components using global metabolomic approaches. Interested candidates need to send their detailed CV by email to: keshav@yenepoya.edu.in with a subject line either as “JRF in ayurproteomics and metabolomics.” Shortlisted candidates will be contacted within 15 days from date of application.

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