BITS Hyderabad Cell/Tissue culture JRF Vacancy


Applications are invited for one position of Junior Research Fellow (JRF) in a DST- Biomedical Device and Technology Development (BDTD) funded project entitled “Cardiac-Organ-onChip: Integrated Microfluidic Cardiac Platform for Drug Screening and Toxicity Detection”, under the supervision of Prof. Sanket Goel (PI), Dr. Satish Kumar Dubey (CoPI), Dr. Arshad Javed (Co-PI) and Dr. Anasuya Ganguly (Co-PI). 

Deserving JRF may be considered for Ph.D. program at BITS-Pilani if he/she meets the requirements of Ph.D. qualification process as per the institute norms (http://www.bitsadmission.com/phmain.aspx). 

Eligibility: 

 Essential Qualification M.E./M.Tech. in Bio-Engineering/Bio-Technology/Biomedical Engineering/ Bio-Sciences/or equivalent. 
Experience in the area of Cell/Tissue culture is highly desirable. 
 Candidates with publication(s) will be with priority 
 Candidates with CSIR-UGC NET (including lectureship), GATE etc. will receive the fellowship as per DST norms (http://dst.gov.in/sites/default/files/OM%20Fellowship%20Revision-2019.pdf

Fellowship: As per DST Norms Duration: Two years Place of work: BITS Pilani, Hyderabad Campus 

How to apply: Please apply with CV and Cover letter (showing alignment and justification with the roles/responsibilities/requirements) using this form (https://forms.gle/TTRhsHcM7kYFY5Uq8) by 6 December 2020. Preliminary shortlisting will be based on resume and telephonic/audio-visual interview within a week of last date of application. For final interview, the candidate will be informed through e-mail for interview at Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani, Hyderabad Campus. 

No TA/DA will be provided for this purpose. 

Dr. Sanket Goel (Principal Investigator) 
MEMS, Microfluidics and Nanoelectronics Lab (http://mmne.in/

Contact mail-id (PI): sgoel@hyderabad.bits-pilani.ac.in 

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