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NIMHANS Neurophysiology JRF Vacancy

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF MENTAL HEALTH AND NEURO SCIENCES 
Institute of National Importance, Hosur Road, 
Bengaluru – 560 029 

Applications are invited from the eligible candidates for filling up JRF post on contract basis in the SERB funded project entitled “Neurosteroids and Mood Disorders: Investigating the Role of Glucocorticoid System in Modulating the Effects of Finasteride"-under the guidance of Dr.B.N.Srikumar, Associate Professor, Department of Neurophysiology & Principal Investigator and Dr.B.S.Shankaranarayana Rao, Professor of Neurophysiology & CoPrincipal Investigator. 

Educational Qualification MPhil in Neurophysiology / Neurosciences OR Master’s Degree in Neurosciences / Physiology / Life Sciences / M. S. (Pharm) or M. Pharm. in Pharmacology or Biotechnology or equivalent Master’s degree with good academic record 

Research Experience 1-2 years of Research experience in Neurophysiology / Neuroscience / Neuropsychopharmacology 

Desirable Experience Experience in evaluation of behaviors in rodents, ex-vivo electrophysiology, pharmacological assessment, stereotactic surgery in rodents, neurohistology 

Maximum Age Limit 28 years (Age may be relaxed for exceptionally meritorious candidates) 

Emoluments Rs. 31,000/- + 24% HRA pm 

Duration of the post Three years Initial appointment will be made for one year, extendable every 12 months up to 3 years or till the end of the project, based on the performance of the candidate Eligible candidates fulfilling the criteria, may apply by sending their curriculum vitae, age proof and copy of testimonials, to neurosteroids.nimhans@gmail.com. The notification number and date, candidate’s contact details including postal address, mobile number and email address should be mentioned in the application, failing which the applications will not be considered. The last date for receipt of filled in applications together with the relevant documents is 3rd May 2021. Late applications will not be entertained. 

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