ILS Recruitment Research Associate

ILS Recruitment Research Associate Life Sciences, Biotech, Biochem, Microbiology

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INSTITUTE OF LIFE SCIENCES
(An Autonomous Institute under the Dept. of Biotechnology, Ministry of
Science & Technology, Govt. of India)
NALCO Square, Bhubaneswar 751023, India

Advt. No. 15/2023

Institute of Life Sciences (ILS), Bhubaneswar, an autonomous institute of the Department of Biotechnology, Ministry of Science & Technology, Government of India invites applications from Indian Nationals to join in the following position.

Name of position: Research Associate-I (02 nos.)

Project title: DBT project entitled “Technological innovations for development of functional foods from ethnic fermented foods of the Indian Himalayas” under Himalayan Bioresource Mission

How to Apply

Selection will be carried out through online application screening, followed by an online interview process.

Interested/eligible candidates may apply ONLINE through the link provided at institute

website (www.ils.res.in )
N.B.: The list of shortlisted candidates’ names and the date of interview will be published on the ILS website.

All the positions are purely temporary and coterminous with the project. No TA/DA will be paid for attending the interview. The decision of the Director regarding the selection of candidates will be final and no further correspondence will be entertained in this regard.

  1. Last date for receiving applications: is 7th June 2023
  2. Date of display of shortlisted candidates on the ILS website: 12th June 2023
  3. Date & time of interview: Will be notified on the website

Note: All communication will be through e-mail. No separate call letter will be issued to the candidates.

Fellowship: Rs. 47,000/- + @16% HRA

Eligibility:

  1. Position-1: Ph.D. in any branch of Life Sciences, microbiology, biochemistry & molecular biology. Candidates having expertise in microbiological & toxicological aspects of fermented food in in vivo models will be preferred.
  2. Position-2: Ph.D. in any branch of Life Sciences, microbiology, biochemistry & molecular biology. Candidates having expertise in Bacterial genetics, who has performed gene deletion or gene mutation in bacterial genome and/or animal bacterial infection model will be preferred.

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If you are looking for RA jobs at ILS and are interested in the project, then check out all of the possible questions and their answers below.
  1. Can you provide an overview of your research experience and expertise in the field of microbiology and molecular biology? Answer: I have completed my Ph.D. in Life Sciences with a specialization in microbiology and molecular biology. Throughout my research career, I have focused on studying various aspects of microbial biology, including microbiological and toxicological aspects of fermented foods in in vivo models. My expertise lies in analyzing the microbial composition, fermentation processes, and their impact on human health.
  2. Could you explain your experience and contributions in the area of bacterial genetics and gene manipulation? Answer: During my Ph.D., I worked extensively in the field of bacterial genetics. I have hands-on experience in performing gene deletion and gene mutation in bacterial genomes. My research involved using molecular techniques to modify bacterial genes and studying their effects on bacterial behavior and virulence. I have also worked with animal bacterial infection models to understand the host-pathogen interactions and develop potential therapeutic strategies.
  3. How do you envision your research contributing to the development of functional foods from ethnic fermented foods of the Indian Himalayas? Answer: The project on technological innovations for the development of functional foods from ethnic fermented foods of the Indian Himalayas aligns perfectly with my research interests and expertise. I believe that by exploring the microbial diversity and metabolites in these fermented foods, we can unlock their potential health benefits. Through my knowledge in microbiology, molecular biology, and toxicology, I aim to identify and characterize bioactive compounds and develop novel approaches to enhance the nutritional and functional properties of these ethnic fermented foods.
  4. Can you describe a challenging research situation you encountered during your Ph.D. and how you overcame it? Answer: During my Ph.D., I encountered a challenging situation when a critical experiment failed, jeopardizing the progress of my research. However, I remained persistent and approached the problem from different angles. I sought advice from my mentor and collaborated with colleagues to brainstorm alternative strategies. Eventually, I was able to identify the issue, make necessary adjustments, and successfully complete the experiment. This experience taught me the importance of perseverance, adaptability, and collaborative problem-solving in research.
  5. How do you stay updated with the latest advancements and research trends in your field? Answer: I understand the significance of staying updated in the rapidly evolving field of life sciences. To keep myself abreast of the latest advancements and research trends, I regularly read scientific journals, attend conferences, and participate in workshops and seminars. I am an active member of professional associations and online scientific communities where I engage in discussions and share knowledge with fellow researchers. Additionally, I actively seek out opportunities for continuing education and professional development to enhance my skills and stay at the forefront of the field.

Note: These questions are based on the information provided in the job description. It is recommended to tailor the answers to align with your own research experience and achievements.

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