Work as a JRF in Cytoskeleton & Motors Lab @ IISC, Bangalore
The Indian Institute of Science was founded in 1909 and today has become the premier institute for advanced scientific and technological research and education in India. Centre for Biosystems Science and Engineering (BSSE) is a new centre under the division of interdisciplinary research in the Indian Institute of Science.
Cytoskeleton and motors lab is a part of the Centre for Biosystems Science and Engineering at the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore. Led by Dr. Vaishnavi Ananthanarayanan, the interest of the lab lies in the study of the cytoskeleton and associated proteins during various cellular processes, using a combination of high time-resolution live cell microscopy and general cell and molecular biology techniques.
Applications are invited for JRF position in SERB ECR-funded project that starts in May 2016.
Name of the project: To study the dynamics and the regulation of the anchor protein of cytoplasmic dynein in fission yeast.
Masters degree in any branch of biology
Candidates with GATE/CSIR-NET qualification are preferable
Strong interest in fluorescence microscopy and quantitative cell biology/biophysics is essential
Interested candidates are requested to send their complete CV with referee information and a short write-up on why they would like to work on this project
Completed applications are to be sent to [email protected]