SJRI invites applications for the post of Senior Research Fellow | Fresher apply

The St. John's Research Institute (SJRI) is a part of the St John's National Academy of Health Sciences, which is run by the CBCI Society for Medical Education. From its inception, St. John's has set before it an ideal of excellence in academic courses as well as service to society as a result of which it has truly become holistic both in its outlook and in its approach to the problems of community health, In 2000, the Academy decided that its commitment to excellence in research required the setting up of an Institute that was dedicated to the pursuit of research and capacity development in St. John's. This vision encompassed improvement of health of the community and patients through research and development of a Center for Excellence in medical research in India.

Post : Senior Research Fellow

Brief Description about the Project:
Molecular surveillance of drug resistance in plasmodium falciparum causing malaria by identifying the presence of molecular markers of antimalarial drug resistance to artemisinin compounds and other parasite genetic polymorphisms using polymerase chain reaction based methods

Core Responsibilities:
• All laboratory-based work
• Making reports
• Travelling to study sites

Key Skills:
• Molecular and immunological techniques

Specific Activities:
• Sample receiving and sample processing
• PBMC isolation, DNA extraction, RNA extraction, RT-PCR, Real-time PCR for copy number variation, sequence analysis for SNPs and viral load and bio-marking

Additional Information:
Qualification: M.Sc. in any Life Sciences field
Language: English and Hindi
Location: Bangalore, Karnataka
Experience: 0 - 2 years
Salary: Rs. 35,000/-pm

To Apply: E-mail cover letter, CV and the names & contact details of referees to and cc to

Application Due Date: 25th May, 2018

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