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Junior Research Fellow Life Sciences @ IISER Bhopal

Junior Research Fellow Life Sciences @ IISER Bhopal

Junior Research Fellow Life Sciences @ IISER Bhopal: Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, Bhopal is an autonomous research and education institute in Bhauri, Bhopal district, Madhya Pradesh, India.

Junior Research Fellow Life Sciences @ IISER Bhopal

Job Title: Junior Research Fellow

No. of Posts: One

Project Title:  Study of root hair specific MATE transporters to engineer low phosphate and acid tolerance in plants.

Duration:  1 year subject to satisfactory performance and continuation of research project.

Salary:  Rs. 25,000 + 20% HRA per month

Qualifications:

Masters degree in any branch of life sciences with valid CSIR-NET/GATE score. Preference will be given to candidates having experience working with Arabidopsis and yeast. The work will involve molecular biology, microscopy and biochemistry, especially protein inteaction studies.

How to Apply:

Applications should contain an updated CV with name and address of 2 referees. Completed applications with all information should reach the undersigned on or before November 20th, 2016 by e-mail ONLY to sdatta@iiserb.ac.in. Incomplete applications or those received after the last date will not be considered. Only shortlisted candidates will be notified with the date of the interview. No TA/DA will be paid to attend the interview.

Dr. Sourav Datta

Assistant Professor

Department of Biological Sciences,

IISER-Bhopal,

Bhopal By-pass Road, Bhauri,

Bhopal 462066

E-mail: sdatta@iiserb.ac.in

Application Deadline: 20th November 2016

View Original Notification: https://iiserb.ac.in/ALL-UPLOAD/VACANCY/R&D/Advertisement_SD_JRF_SERB.pdf

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