Bioinformatics

Admission to Ph.D Program in CSIR-IMTECH

Director, Institute of Microbial Technology (IMTECH), invites exceptionally motivated candidates to appear for a walk-in interview on June 29, 2016 (Wednesday), (Reporting time 9.00 a.m. to 12 noon) for pursuing doctoral research at IMTECH under the aegis of the Ph.D. degree program being jointly run by IMTECH and the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi.  The candidates who have passed M.Sc. and cleared any of the following examination (with valid fellowship) are eligible to attend the interview. Kindly note that those candidates whose M.Sc. result is not declared till the date of the interview, the candidate must bring a certificate from the Head of the Department that he/she has passed M.Sc. without which the candidate will not be eligible for interview:


Walk in Interview for fellowships in DBT, Govt. of India, sponsored Bioinformatics Infrastructure Facility Centre (BIF)

Applications are invited for the following fellowships in Department of Biotechnology, Govt. of India, sponsored Bioinformatics Infrastructure Facility Centre (BIF).  These fellowships are purely temporary and terminable at any time without prior notice & reason thereof.  The person engaged, shall not be entitled for any claim implicit or explicit for permanent absorption in the University.

Post: Research Associate:- 1


IGIB invites application for the post of Post Doctoral Fellow, Research Associate, J.R.F. (Project)

Institute of Genomics & Integrative Biology (IGIB) is a premier Institute of Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), engaged in research of national importance in the areas of genomics, molecular medicine, bioinformatics, proteomics and environmental biotechnology.

CSIR - Institute of Genomics & Integrative Biology (IGIB), desires to engage  qualified incumbents on purely  temporary basis as detailed below:

Post: Post Doctoral Fellow, Research Associate, J.R.F. (Project)


Career as Lead Scientist at GVK Biosciences

GVK BIO is perfectly suited to meet the demands of the constantly-evolving Pharma and Biotech industries. Currently, we provide holistic services to nearly 200 companies, offering specialized services to each. Our Collaborative Research capabilities present no conflict, as we offer multiple business models. By integrating large scale manufacturing, we are equipped to transfer technology seamlessly. Our sourcing capabilities are designed to meet cost and time constraints of our clients. Strong IP and Confidentiality measures instill confidence in them. All these factors combined, make the products and services offered by GVK BIO truly one-of-a-kind.

Post: Lead Scientist


Required Senior Bioinformatician in KEM Hospital and Research Centre

India is experiencing a burgeoning epidemic of diabetes and related disorders. It is one of the diabetes capitals of the world. The Diabetes Unit at the KEM Hospital and Research Centre is the first dedicated diabetes centre in Western India. It was started in 1987. We provide comprehensive diabetes care through our Pankuwar Firodiya Daycare Centre, and the Kamalnayan Bajaj Diabetology Research Centre which specializes in the investigation of peculiarities of diabetes in Indians. We described the novel finding that the small looking Indians are thin by BMI criteria but fat when you measure body fat, and that this characteristic is present at birth (Thin-fat Indian baby). We also described that maternal vitamin B12 deficiency and excess folate levels are related to 'fetal programming' of diabetes. This offers a novel approach to reduce fetal programming of diabetes. A trial is now in progress in adolescent girls and boys in villages around Pune. Our vision is to improve the health of the population, especially mother and babies by promoting research and local self-sufficiency.

Post: Senior Bioinformatician


Work as Junior Bioinformatician in KEM Hospital and Research Centre

India is experiencing a burgeoning epidemic of diabetes and related disorders. It is one of the diabetes capitals of the world. The Diabetes Unit at the KEM Hospital and Research Centre is the first dedicated diabetes centre in Western India. It was started in 1987. We provide comprehensive diabetes care through our Pankuwar Firodiya Daycare Centre, and the Kamalnayan Bajaj Diabetology Research Centre which specializes in the investigation of peculiarities of diabetes in Indians. We described the novel finding that the small looking Indians are thin by BMI criteria but fat when you measure body fat, and that this characteristic is present at birth (Thin-fat Indian baby). We also described that maternal vitamin B12 deficiency and excess folate levels are related to 'fetal programming' of diabetes. This offers a novel approach to reduce fetal programming of diabetes. A trial is now in progress in adolescent girls and boys in villages around Pune. Our vision is to improve the health of the population, especially mother and babies by promoting research and local self-sufficiency.

Post: Junior Bioinformatician (1 post)


Jobs for M.Pharm/M.Sc (32 posts) at IMTECH - Government funded R&D work

CSIR - Institute of Microbial Technology, Sector - 39/A, Chandigarh intends to engage Project Assistant, Project Fellow, JRF (Project) & Research Intern on purely temporary basis on contract under DBT/CSIR sponsored project at IMTECH. Besides following positions, a General Panel of Project Assistants, Project Fellows, JRF (Project) & Research Intern will be finalized from amongst candidates for future requirements, which will be valid for one year or till finalization afresh panel. However, the number of positions may vary depending upon the requirement of the Institute.

Post: Research Associate, Senior Project Fellow, Junior Research Fellow (Project), Project Fellow, Project Assistant, Research Intern


Application are invited for DBT-Junior Research Fellowship Programme

Applications are invited from Indian nationals for the award of "DBT-Junior Research Fellowship" (DBT-JRF) for pursuing research in frontier areas of Biotechnology and Applied Biology. JRFs will be selected according to merit under two categories: Category I & II. Category I fellowship (Top 275 in number) are tenable in any University/Institute in India where the students can register for Ph.D. Category II students (100 in number) will be eligible to join any DBT sponsored project and avail fellowship from project, equivalent to NET/GATE qualifications as per DST Guidelines, subject to selection through institutional selection process. Registration for Ph.D will be decided by Institutional rules. Fellowship will be co-terminus with the duration of project and institutional rules will be applicable. There will be no binding on Pls of DBT sponsored projects to select JRF/SRF for their projects from category II list. Selection in Category II will not entitle student for any fellowship from DBT-JRF programme.


Opening to work as Post Doctoral Fellow/Research Associate, Post Doctoral Scientist Fellow, Project Assistant/Junior Research Fellow/ Project Fellow, Technical Assistant, Lab Assistant at CSIR-CCMB

The Centre for Cellular & Molecular Biology (CCMB) is a premier research organization in frontier areas of modern biology. The objectives of the Centre are to conduct high quality basic research and training in frontier areas of modern biology, and promote centralized national facilities for new and modern techniques in the inter-disciplinary areas of biology. CCMB was set up initially as a semi-autonomous Centre on April 1, 1977 with the Biochemistry Division of the then Regional Research Laboratory (presently, Indian Institute of Chemical Technology, IICT) Hyderabad forming its nucleus and Dr P M Bhargava heading the new Centre. Earlier, the Governing Board of the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) New Delhi, the apex body which constituted 44 research institutions in the country, approved the proposal in 1976 to establish such a Centre in view of the importance of research in the frontier and multi-disciplinary areas of modern biology. During 1981-82, the CCMB was accorded the status of a full-fledged national laboratory with its own Executive Committee and Scientific Advisory Council. With major expansion plans, it was decided to relocate the Centre to a spacious campus


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