NII Vaccines/Immunology SRF Vacancy ~ helpBIOTECH

27 July 2018

NII Vaccines/Immunology SRF Vacancy

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NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF IMMUNOLOGY 
NEW DELHI-110067 

Applications are invited for the position of Senior Research Fellow (Project) for the following time-bound sponsored project as per the details given below: 

Project titled ‘Why glycoconjugate vaccines work: The B cell side of the story’ under the Centre for Excellence in Vaccine Delivery Using Biodegradable Polymeric Particles funded by DBT 

Tenable till-17.12.2020 

Dr. Devinder Sehgal Staff Scientist-VI devinder@nii.ac.in 

Educational Qualifications: M.Sc in Life Science from a reputed University/institute at least with two years of hands-on research experience in area of human infectious diseases and molecular immunology. The candidates should also have qualified any ‘National Level Examination’ as per DST OM dated 21.10.2014 

Emoluments: Rs. 28,000/- per month plus 30% HRA (as per DST OM dated 21.10.2014) 

Job description & Desired Knowledge: My laboratory employs a multidisciplinary approach to address questions in the area of microbial interface biology and associated host immune response to the human pathogen Streptococcus pneumoniae. We are interested in host-pathogen interaction, infection and immunity, and vaccine development. We are particularly interested in the molecular biology of B cells and developing a molecular understanding of how glycoconjugate vaccines work. We combine immunological, molecular and proteomics approaches within vitro and animal models for these studies. The ideal candidate should have a strong background and bench-level experience in molecular immunology and human infectious diseases, and demonstrated expertise in working with animal models of human infectious diseases. Prior experience of working in a biosafety level 3 laboratory is necessary. 

 LAST DATE OF RECEIPT OF APPLICATIONS: 9th August, 2018

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