Vision Research Foundation Nanomaterials/Molecular Biology SRF Vacancy | VRF Recruits @ helpBIOTECH ~ helpBIOTECH

02 October 2019

Vision Research Foundation Nanomaterials/Molecular Biology SRF Vacancy | VRF Recruits @ helpBIOTECH


Vision Research Foundation invites applications from Indian nationals for the post of Senior Research Fellow in DBT sponsored project Applications are invited from highly motivated candidates for Senior Research Fellow in the following research project funded by Department of Biotechnology Govt. of India, at Department of Nanobiotechnology, Vision Research Foundation (VRF), Chennai. 

Title of the Project “Smart Polycaprolactone (PCL) Peptide Composite nanofiber for sustained release of 5 Flouro uracil to modulate wound healing in glaucoma surgery”. 

Principal Investigator: Dr. J.Narayanan,Ph.DPrincipal Scientist, Department of Nanobiotechnology, Vision Research Foundation (VRF), Chennai-600006 

• Duration of the project: 3 years 

• Name of the post: Senior Research Fellow 

• Fellowship: Rs. 28000+30% HRA/Month 

• Eligibility: M.Tech Biotechnology or M.Sc Life Science with minimum 2 years of experience in nanomaterial synthesis and characterization, animal cell culture and molecular biology. 

Preference will be given to CSIR/GATE/UGC-NET cleared candidates. 

• Position: 

1 Application of soft copy or hard copy or both: Covering letter with complete CV consisting of communication address, educational Qualification, relevant experience, papers published, present status and two reference letters etc. Photocopies of certificates for education qualifications, experience and publications if any etc. should be enclosed along with application. 

Potential candidates can send their applications with their detailed CV on or before 10.10.2019 by email to drnj@snmail.org, hr@snmail.org Only shortlisted candidates will be called for interview. Kindly provide the mobile phone number for contact. 

*The position is temporary initially for one year and will be extended up to 3 years. There is a potential for PhD enrollment.

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