Project Research Scientist — II

 Bengaluru, Karnataka


Human skeletal muscle disease biobank (PhaseII) — Extension of services and establishment of genetic profile and stem cell culture facility


Applications are invited from eligible candidates for the project Research Scientist — II post on a contract basis for the for the ICMR project under Dr. Nandeesh BN, Additional Professor & Principle Investigator, and Dr. P. Govindaraj, Assistant Professor & Co-Principle Investigator, Department of Neuropathology. Candide will be working under the guidance of Dr. P. Govindaraj (Co-PI).

The project covers extensive work on NGS analysis for neuromuscular disorders and mitochondrial transplantation using Invitro models. The candidate will be using NGS, primary human fibroblast culture, confocal microscopy, biochemical and molecular biology techniques etc. Candidates with the above background are encouraged to apply.

Maximum Age limit: 45 Years


3 years

Initial appointment will be for 6 months, which will be extendable depending upon the satisfactory performance of the candidate


Rs. 67,000/- + 27% HRA per month (Rs. 18,090/-) = Rs.85,090/-


PhD in Life Sciences / Biological Sciences


Desirable: Candidates with experience in Next Generation Sequencing analysis and strong cell biology background with hands on experience in mammalian culture

To Apply

Eligible candidates fulfilling the criteria, apply by filling application link (online). All the required documents along with NOC from the Principal Investigator if working in projects, must be uploaded in the following link…

The last date for receipt of applications along with the relevant documents is 21 days from the date of notification. For question please contact govind@​nimhans.​ac.​in

Selection process include personal interview. Applications received later will not be entertained. No TA/DA will be paid for attending the interview. The Institute reserves the right to select a suitable candidate. The prescribed essential qualifications are the bare minimum and mere possession of same won’t entitle the candidate to be considered.

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