Recruitment for Senior Scientist(05 posts) at Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology
CSIR-Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology, Hyderabad (CSIR- CCMB) is a Premier Research Laboratory under the Council of Scientific & Industrial Research (CSIR), involved in multidisciplinary R&D programmes of both basic and applied nature across scientific disciplines of biological science for economic, environmental and societal benefits of mankind. Online Applications are invited from enthusiastic, young and dynamic Indian researchers having excellent academic record and proven scientific achievements along with requisite experience and a high degree of motivation and desire to take up research as a career in the field of cell and molecular biology, to fill up the vacancies of following posts of scientists as perthe details given below.
Post : Senior Scientist
Age Limit: Senior Scientist 37 years
No. of posts and reservation: 05 (Unreserved)
Pay Matrix: Level 12 (7th CPC)
Total Emolument: Approx. Rs.97262/- (including House RentAllowance and Transport Allowance etc.
Essential Educational Qualification & Experience: PhD in life Science with 2 years of post-doctoral experience in relevant area.
Desirable Experience: Outstanding academic and proven research record in one or more of the following areas:
1. Epigenetic regulation in development and disease mechanism of cellular memory and cellular reprogramming (preferably in plants).
2. Regulation of eukaryotic gene expression using yeast as model system to study physiological and disease processes. Or
3. Membrane receptor interactions and its role in signaling.
Or 4. Biology of noncoding RNAs organ development and cellular responses.
Or 5. Proteostasis networks in aging and related diseases.
Or 6. Cell and structural biology and cryo-electron microscopy & tomography.
Job Specification: The candidate to initiate and establish an independent research program. They must have the capacity to generate and execute new ideas and take them to fruition as well as having ability to interact with other Research Group and co-ordinate activities of Junior Scientists