Junior Research Fellow

 Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala


Endocytic modulation of Bmp signalling: deciphering mechanistic insights into health and disease”


Applications are invited from suitable candidates for one position of Junior Research Fellow in a DBT funded research project entitledEndocytic modulation of Bmp signalling: deciphering mechanistic insights into health and disease” under the supervision of Dr. P K Umasankar at Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Biotechnology, Thiruvananthapuram.


3 years or till termination of the project, whichever is earlier. The initial appointment will be given for two years and further extension will be based on the performance.


25,000 + 20% HRA per month for M.Sc. Degree holders who have qualified at NET/GATE (with valid certificate) or Post Graduates in Professional Degree course qualified candidates. M.Sc. degree holders who do not have NET/GATE certification will be eligible for 12,000/- +20% HRA per month.


Candidates with a Master’s Degree in Life Sciences/​Microbiology/​Biotechnology/​Biochemistry are eligible to apply. Applicants should have consistently good academic record with a minimum of 70% marks. The candidates with M.Tech Degree are also eligible to apply.


Qualification in National Eligibility Test (CSIR-UGC NET/ICMR/DBT or equivalent/​GATE).


Experience in working with cell biology, molecular biology and biochemical techniques.

To Apply

Suitably qualified candidates may send applications in the prescribedformat (Download here) with a photograph, a copy of full resume indicating the percentage of Marks obtained and attested photocopies of credentials & experience to reach the undersigned on or before 20th October, 2017. Envelopes must be superscripted with abbreviated title of the project, advertisement number and job title. Selection to the position will not entitle the candidate to any future positions at RGCB (permanent or otherwise). As with all project positions at RGCB, the position will be co terminus with end of the project. For more information click here.

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