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KIMS Foundation & Research Center

Positions are available for Junior Research Fellows (JRFs)

The KIMS Foundation and Research Center (KFRC) is a non-profit and charitable trust, under the aegis of KIMS hospitals, Secunderabad. The main objectives are research, training and education. KFRC is recognized by Department of Scientific and Industrial Research (DSIR) under Ministry of Science & Technology, Govt. of India to conduct research.

Positions: Junior Research Fellow for Ph.D registrations

Essential Qualifications:

Candidate should have a minimum of 60% qualified mark in their M.Sc., in Biotechnology/Molecular biology/Biochemistry/Genetics, etc., and passed on or after 2015.

Desirable Quality for selection:

This position is ideal for those candidates, who have passion and enthusiasm for innovative research and willing to put in absolute efforts to work towards their doctoral program.

Research Topics Available:

·         Therapeutic applications of Mesenchymal stem cells and their secretomes.
·         Transplantable bioscaffolds
·         Cerebral Palsy – development of animal model
·         Role of exosomes in cancer metastasis

Affiliated Universities for PhD Registration: Osmania University, JNTU Hyderabad and VIT, Vellore

Remuneration: As per the Institute Norms and Candidates’profile.

Location: KIMS Foundation & Research Center, KIMS Hospitals, Secunderabad

How to Apply:

Intending candidate having requisite qualification may send their CV to kfrccareers@gmail.com. Short-listed candidates will be informed for personal interview.

Deadline: On or before December 15, 2017.

Contact Details:


The Administrative Officer,
KIMS Foundation and Research Center,
Minister Road, Secunderabad.

Tel.: 040 4488 5078/ 5056.

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