ICGEB Mycobacterium Molecular Biology SRF/JRF Openings ~ helpBIOTECH

10 August 2018

ICGEB Mycobacterium Molecular Biology SRF/JRF Openings

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International Centre for Genetic ICGEB Engineering and Biotechnology 

Applications invited for the Position of Junior and Senior Research Fellow

Research Fellow positions are available to work on a collaborative project between International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (ICGEB), New Delhi and Revised National Tuberculosis Control Program, New Delhi

1. Senior Research Fellow: To carry out molecular and Omics studies of clinical samples

Educational Qualification of Applicants: Master’s degree in life sciences, with 2 years research experience in microbiology, infectious diseases, clinical sample handling; desirable candidate will have experience in diagnosis of Tuberculosis by culture and molecular methods, isolation of DNA, proteomics or related studies. NET qualified candidates will be preferred.

Emoluments: (as per DBT guidelines): Rs. 28,000 p.m. + 30% HRA

Appointment will be initially for 6 months, and extension will be based upon performance of the applicant and funding support from DBT.

2. Junior Research Fellow: To carry out molecular characterization of Mycobacterium tuberculosis and related experiments at ICGEB.

Educational Qualification of Applicants: Master’s degree in life sciences; candidates with research experience in Molecular biology, microbiology etc. NET qualified candidates will be preferred.

Emoluments: (as per DBT guidelines): Rs. 25,000 p.m + 30% HRA

Appointments will be initially for 6 months, and extension will be based upon performance of the applicant and funding support from DBT.

Interested candidates can send their latest curriculum vitae with a detailed description of their scientific experience to: scientific experience to: icgeb.jobs.srf@gmail.com by 20th August 2018. 

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