Eligibility : MSc
Location : Bhubaneswar
Last Date : 25 Oct 2016
Hiring Process : Face to Face Interview
Advt. No. 13/2016
JRF /SRF Biological Sciences recruitment in Institute of Life Sciences (ILS), Bhubaneswar
Project : “Determine the mechanism and therapeutic potential of ZKSCAN3-mediated Autophagy”
Eligibility and Selection: Candidates holding Master’s degree with 60% aggregate or more (with NET (JRF/LS), GATE qualified will be preferred) in the subjects of Biotechnology/ Microbiology/ Biochemistry/ Molecular Biology or any other branches of Life sciences are eligible to apply. Preference will be given to candidates with research experience in molecular biology and Cell biology techniques. The position of JRF is not leading to Ph.D, however person joining as a JRF can compete for selection in ILS Ph.D. programme after fulfilling all necessary requirements.
Fellowship: Rs. 25000
Advt. No. 14/2016
Project: “Integrative genomics approach to identify the role of Zeb1 and Zeb2 in dendritic cells and its impact on T helper cell differentiation”.
Senior Research Fellow/01 Post
Eligibility and Selection: Candidates must hold a post-graduate degree with first class in biological sciences or allied subjects and at least two years of research experience. The candidate is expected to have hands on experience in techniques such as cell culture, western blotting, Flow Cytometry (FACS), RT-qPCR and basic molecular biology. Candidate with national level fellowship (DBT-JRF, CSIR/UGC-JRF or other national level equivalent fellowship) can be considered for Junior Research Fellow (JRF) position. Two-year experience is not mandatory for JRF candidates with fellowship. The position of SRF is not leading Ph.D. They can also be considered for PhD position in the lab after they qualify the interview conducted by ILS against PhD advertisement. The project involves understanding the dendritic cell immune responses and thereby developing methods to modulate the T helper cell differentiation. The candidate will learn a variety of biochemical, immunological and advanced high-throughput genomic techniques.
Fellowship: Rs. 28,000
Institute of Life Sciences (ILS), an autonomous institute has been brought under the fold of the Department of Biotechnology, Government of India in August 2002. The institute is located in close proximity to other research institutions at Bhubaneswar. The institute was earlier established on February 11, 1989 and was under the administrative and financial control of Department of Science and Technology, Government of Orissa.