The project for High-resolution Brain Imaging Through Skull using Ultrasound (HIBITSU) is a multi-institutional Team Science project awarded by the India Alliance of DBT and the Wellcome Trust. Participants include NCBS-TIFR, IIT‑M, IISc, NIMHANS, and NCRA. This project is part of a broader Ultrasound Facility for TIFR and its Centres and is anchored at NCBS-TIFR, Bangalore. The goal of the project is to transform human and animal brain imaging for medical and research purposes, by developing new ultrasound techniques that can resolve brain structure and activity through the skull.
The HIBISTU project invites applications from suitable candidates for the position of Program Manager on a fixed-term basis. Remuneration will be based on qualifications and accomplishments, subject to institutional guidelines.
The successful candidate will be expected to help in the management, facilitation, and monitoring of the activities of the HIBISTU project. The role requires the ability to work both independently and in teams, especially coordination and working between the teams at the participating institutions. In addition to these primary roles, the candidate may get the opportunity to participate in some of the research activities, depending on their skill set.
Age: 48 years as of 1st July 2023