SJRI Molecular/Cell Biology SRF Opening 2019 April

SJRI Molecular/Cell Biology SRF Opening 2019 April

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SJRI Molecular/Cell Biology SRF Opening 2019 April ~ helpBIOTECH Home CSIR GATE Downloads About Us | CONTACT | Advertise ur Programs Post Jobs/Positions for FREE > Crossed 1.1 Crore Visitors helpBIOTECH TSSET 2019 PMRF 2019CEEB 2019 Subscribe: Enter your email: Delivered by FeedBurner Featured Coupons CATEGORIES 03 April 2019 SJRI Molecular/Cell Biology SRF Opening 2019 April Categories> Bangalore, SRF Post:  Senior Research Fellow Qualification: M.Sc. / equivalent degree in Life Sciences possessing at least two years research experience in Molecular Biology and Cell Biology experiments. Knowledge of Genetic Testing Methods will be preferred. CSIR/UGC-SRF or ICMR-SRF/NET or GATE qualified will be preferred. Candidates may be admitted for PhD upon fulfilling the eligibility criteria. No. of Vacancies: One Languages: English, Kannada and Hindi Location: Bangalore, Karnataka Experience: Minimum 2 years Application Due Date: 25th May, 2019 Salary: Rs. 28,000 + HRA per month Brief Description about the Project: The project is to understand the prevalence of monogenic causes of renal tubular disorders in Indian population. This involves screening of renal tubulopathy patients for various known gene mutations and functional validation of the identified mutations. This study would include patient screening and sample processing, various molecular and cellular techniques (PCR, sequencing, NGS, qPCR, cell culture, etc.) as well as bioinformatics analysis of the molecular data. Such study will allow us to understand the role of genetic mutations in renal tubulopathy development. Key Skills: Research experience in NGS and bioinformatics analysis as well as cell biology techniques Core Responsibilities: Independently perform and plan research experiments Developing pipelines for various NGS applications or cell biology experiments. Specific Activities: Performing NGS-based experiments and its bioinformatics analysis Active involvement in the ongoing project work Handling tissue culture related projects To Apply: E-mail cover letter, CV and the names & contact details of referees to varsha.p@sjri.res.in and cc to hr@sjri.res.in For more information, please visit our website http://sjri.res.in/about/jobopp/Senior_Research_Fellow___DBT_Tubulopathy 0 Comments: Post a Comment Previous PageNext PageHome Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom) Enter your email address: Delivered by FeedBurner Advertisement Posts By City Delhi Kolkata Mumbai Bangalore Hyderabad Pune Trivandrum Other cities Popular Posts CSIR JRF/NET December 2018 Results Announced [Life Sciences] | Qualified JRF ~ 1242;NET~ 1750 JNU Assistant Professor Jobs 2019 in Life Sciences/Biotech/Environmental Sciences VACANCIES UNDER DBT-BIRAC, NATIONAL BIOPHARMA MISSION | Senior Program officer Openings LPU Biotech/Life/Agricultural Faculty Jobs 2019 National Agri-Food Biotechnology Institute Project Recruitments 2019 April SN University Kolkata Faculty Jobs 2019 in Biotech/Life Sciences SANDIP UNIVERSITY Plant Taxonomy JRF Vacancy Sri Kaliswari College Biotech Faculty Jobs 2019 SLA Vaisyar College Biochemistry/Life Sciences Assistant Professor Job Openings Jaihind Bangalore Faculty Jobs 2019 in Life Sciences Loading...   SET Life Sciences SET Previous Years BOOK GATE BT Materials 2019 Extra.... ~ World's Top 10 Universities 2010 New ~ Science Clips and more ~ UGC New Standards and Procedure for Award of MPhil/PhD 2009 ~ James Watson Talks | How he Discoved DNA | Video ~ Online Research Resources ~ Indian Biotech Companies ~ Biotech Terms ~ REVISED MODELEDUCATIONAL LOAN SCHEME FOR PURSUINGHIGHER STUDIES IN INDIA AND ABROAD ~ Scholarships for Indian Students/PhD Students/Teachers to stay/work at Slovakia Universities/Institutes ~ DBT DNA Club, Check this cool site [Click here for some more Extras...] Teaching & Research Aptitude Book © 2007-2019 helpBIOTECH | Part of helpBIOTECH Private Limited | Disclaimer



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