The National Institute Of Immunology is looking for an interested candidate for the position of Senior Research Fellow for project entitled “Investigating the role of BLM helicase as a global tumor suppressor: understanding its regulatory loops and using the knowledge for therapeutic and clinical applications in cancer biology” funded by DBT,
- M.Sc in Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Genomics, Genetics with two years of research experience. The candidate should have qualified any ‘National Level Examination’ (NET), as per DST Guidelines.
- Must have experience in stable line generation, biochemistry, genomics, molecular biology and animal tissue culture.
|Employer||National Institute Of Immunology|
|Salary||Rs. 28,000/- per month plus 30% HRA (As admissible)|
How to apply:
- Interested candidates may apply directly, STRICTLY IN THE PRESCRIBED FORMAT GIVEN BELOW, through e-mail, to the Investigator of the project, clearly indicating the name of the project along with their complete C.V., e-mail id, fax numbers, telephone numbers.
- Only Short listed candidates will be called for interview and they required to submit attested copies of all their certificates and a Demand Draft of Rs 100/- drawn on Canara Bank or Indian Bank payable at Delhi/New Delhi in favour of the Director, NII (SC/ST/PH and Women candidates are exempted from payment of fees) subject to submission of documentary proof), at the time of interview.
Application Deadline – 31st March 2017
The National Institute of Immunology (NII) is committed to advanced research with a view to understand body’s defense mechanisms for developing modalities of immune system manipulation that can intervene with disease processes. The institute’s research thrust areas under immunology and related disciplines cluster in four main themes, namely, infection and immunity, molecular design, gene regulation and reproduction and development, where cutting edge research in modern biology is being carried out employing multiple overlapping disciplines of biochemistry, molecular biology, cell biology and structural biology.