20 April 2017
Advertisement No. Acad/06/2017
NATIONAL BRAIN RESEARCH CENTRE (NBRC), Manesar-122051, Gurgaon, invites applications for one post of Research Associate (Project) under Department of Biotechnology (DBT) funded Unit of Excellence (UOE) in Cancer Biology Project entitled “Inflammation regulated metabolic reprogramming: Implications in tumor progression”.
Interested candidates fulfilling the following requirement can submit duly filled in application as per attached format and bio-data alongwith self- attested copies of certificates in support of their qualifications and experience latest by 10 th May, 2017 to the Registrar, National Brain Research Centre, Nainwal Mode, Manesar - 122 051, Distt- Gurgaon (Haryana).
Ph.D. in Life Sciences.
Expertise in Neuro-Immune regulation as evidenced through high quality publications in the area. Documented proof of invivo studies demonstrating neural-immune signaling is required.
Experience in metabolism related studies will be considered an added advantage.
A Statement of Purpose (SoP) should accompany the application, without which the application will not be considered. The SOP is a critical document that must state clearly and specifically the relationship between the applicant's interests and the research objectives of the lab. The focus of the project will be to unravel the link between metabolicinflammation network in glioblastoma.
` 50,000/- per month (consolidated). No other benefits allowed.
Dr. Ellora Sen, Scientist V For any queries related to the position, candidates may contact through e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The tenure will be for a period of one year initially, extendable on performance review. The post is co-terminus with the project. Selected candidates should abide by the rules and regulations of NBRC.
Accommodation may be provided as per rules of NBRC, subject to availability.
Please Note: No TA / DA will be provided for the interview.
Only candidates who are shortlisted by the screening committee will be informed and invited for interview at NBRC.