NIAB Hyderabad Microbiology/Biochemistry SRF Opening ~ helpBIOTECH

04 October 2019

NIAB Hyderabad Microbiology/Biochemistry SRF Opening


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Applications are invited from suitable candidates for filling up the following position at National Institute of Animal Biotechnology (NIAB), Hyderabad for Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) funded project titled: “Limiting antimicrobial resistance by inhibiting diadenylate cyclase (DAC)- bacterial second messenger biosynthetic enzyme involved in biofilm formation and cell wall integrity” (Project No. AMR/adhoc/187/2019-ECD-II). PI: Dr. Bappaditya Dey, Co-PI: Dr Shailesh Sharma.

Senior Research Fellow (SRF). 

Fellowship amount: Rs.35000/-PM+24% HRA (if applicable) as per the ICMR guidelines. 

Eligibility: A minimum of two years research experience after- Post Graduate Degree in life sciences Or Graduate/Post Graduate degree in professional course having NET/GATE or selected through national level examination conducted by DBT/DST/MHRD/ICMR/IIT/IISC/IISER (Eligibility criteria as per DST OM SR/S9/Z-08/2018 dated 30.01.2019). However, Non NET candidates can also apply who will be paid as per their eligibility. 

Experience: Candidate with prior experience in Molecular biology (cloning and protein purification), Biochemistry (enzyme assays), Microbiology (bacterial handling, culture, MIC assay) and Cell culture techniques is desirable. 

Online link for submission of application is available from 30-09-2019 and the last date is 21-10-2019 by 5 PM. Candidates must fill online application form at http://www.niab.org.in/Notifications_21_2019.aspx Candidates are advised to fill the online application form in sufficient time before the last date to avoid last minute technical issues. Shortlisted candidates will be called for an interview prior to selection. TA/DA will not be paid for attending the interview. No need to send hard copy. Interim enquiries will not be entertained. 

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