Job Openings for M.Pharm, M.Sc to work as Analyst (7 posts) at NCCS - Government Jobs
The National Centre for Cell Science (NCCS) is an autonomous institution of Department of Biotechnology, Ministry of Science & Technology, Government of India, with a mandate of basic research, teaching & training, and as a national repository for cell lines/hybridomas etc. The center is located in the midst of academically enriched environment of University of Pune Campus, Pune. NCCS invites applications for following posts purely on temporary basis on its “Manav - Human Atlas Initiative" project.
Post : Domain Analyst - (03 post)
Serial No : 07
Principal Investigator: Dr. Gopal C. Kundu
Project Tenure - 2 year 10 months
Upper Age limit : 35 Years
Total Monthly Emoluments : Rs. 50,000-(Fixed)
Essential Qualification & Experience: MVSc/ M.Pharm/ ME/ M.Tech with 3 years of research, teaching and design and development experience after securing one of the Post graduate degrees mentioned in essential qualifications with at least one research paper in Science Citation Indexed (SCI) journal OR Ph.D in Life Sciences or Biological Sciences/MD/MS/MDS with 0-1 year research experience in relevant field.
He/She would have desirable experience working in the area of Bioinformatics / Programmer / Biochemistry / Structural Biology / Biophysics / Genetics / Epigenetics / Neurobiology. Should have good experience in Perl, Python, R and Linux
They along with domain experts will work in a team under the supervision of senior domain experts. They will be writing domain intensive scripts/programs for integrative analysis and predictive modelling of annotated data from literature. They will also be involved in testing Manav platform and communicate the defects and enhancements to the domain experts and software development team. They are required to interact with and learn from the Domain expert how the selection of papers will be done and what kind of readout the annotation tools will be making. They will work to contribute papers to the selection process and also test the quality of annotation to ensure the grading systems put in place are working correctly. Ultimately, they will also contribute towards scanning through available biomedical literature, identify suitable papers, categorize them, assign to suitable participating student and faculty teams, review the submitted annotations and assist in final sign off to maintain the quality of the data annotated and integrated in this project. They will also take questions from end users and in consultation with the domain expert address the same.
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