NII New Delhi Glycoconjugate Vaccines SRF/JRF Openings ~ helpBIOTECH

04 November 2019

NII New Delhi Glycoconjugate Vaccines SRF/JRF Openings

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF IMMUNOLOGY
NEW DELHI-110067 

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

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

Tenable till:17.12.2020 

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

Educational Qualifications 

Senior Research Fellow: M.Sc. in Life Sciences/ Biotechnology/Biochemistry or any other related field with minimum of two years of research experience. The candidate should have qualified any ‘National Level Examination’ as per DST OM dated 30.01.2019. 

Junior Research Fellow: M.Sc. in Life Sciences/Biotechnology /Biochemistry or any other related field. The candidate should have qualified any ‘National Level Examination’ as per DST OM dated 30.01.2019. 

Emoluments The selected candidates will draw consolidated emoluments as per Institute Rules depending upon their qualifications and experience. 
Senior Research Fellow: Rs. 35,000/- per month plus 24% HRA (as per DST OM dated 30.01.2019). 
Junior Research Fellow: Rs. 31,000/- per month plus 24% HRA (as per DST OM dated 30.01.2019). 

Job description and 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 bacterial 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 proteomic approaches with in vitro and animal model experiments for these studies. The ideal candidate should have strong background and bench-level experience in immunology, infectious diseases or molecular biology, and should be able to work with experimental animal models. 

LAST DATE OF RECEIPT OF APPLICATION: 18th November, 2019 

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