Research Internship at PGIMER

Research Internship at PGIMER – Applications Invited From Life Sciences

Research Internship at PGIMER – Applications Invited From Life Sciences. Research Internship jobs at PGIMER. PGIMER is Hiring MSc Life Sciences candidates for Internship Jobs. Interested and eligible candidates can check out all the details:

Possible Interview Questions or the Research Internship role at PGIMER is posted below

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Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education & Research
Dept. of Pediatrics
Advanced Pediatrics Centre, PGIMER, Chandigarh-160012

NOTICE

Applications are invited for “Research Internship” under Social scientific responsibilty of DST-SERB funded 3 years project entitled “To evaluate genetics of early-onset Systemic lupus erythematosus and functional characterization of variants detected to elucidate the disease mechanism”, Dr. Amit Rawat, Principal Investigator, Professor, Department of Pediatrics as per details given below:

Name of the Post: Research Internship

No. of Posts: 01

Name of the Project: “To evaluate genetics of early-onset Systemic lupus erythematosus and functional characterization of variants detected to elucidate the disease mechanism”

Name of the PI: Dr. Amit Rawat

Duration: 1 month

Application Procedure:

Interested candidates are required to submit their applications with complete bio-data and photograph along with photocopies of certificates/testimonials by 5th June 2023 (1200 HRS)

in Room No. 4126, 4A, Advanced Pediatrics Centre and to appear for personal interview along with original certificates. The selected candidate will be telephonically communicated. No Interview letters will be sent and No TADA will be paid.

Remuneration: Rs. 10,000/-

Essential Qualifications: MSc in Life Sciences (completed or pursuing) preferably in Immunology, Molecular Biology, or Biotechnology or Human Genomics.

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Possible Interview Questions or the Research Internship role at PGIMER:

  1. Can you describe your experience and knowledge in the field of Immunology, Molecular Biology, or Biotechnology, specifically related to the study of Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE)? Answer: I have completed/pursued my MSc in Life Sciences with a specialization in Immunology, Molecular Biology, or Biotechnology. During my studies, I have gained a solid understanding of the principles and techniques relevant to the field, including specific knowledge related to the genetics of early-onset SLE and functional characterization of variants.
  2. Have you worked on any research projects or conducted any experiments related to genetics or disease mechanisms? If yes, could you provide some details? Answer: Yes, during my academic journey, I have worked on various research projects that involved studying genetics and disease mechanisms. For example, I have conducted experiments to analyze gene variants associated with certain diseases and their functional characterization. These experiences have provided me with valuable insights into the research process and have equipped me with the necessary skills for this project.
  3. Can you explain the significance of studying early-onset Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) and its genetic basis? Answer: Early-onset SLE is a critical area of research as it helps us understand the underlying genetic factors contributing to the development and progression of the disease. By studying the genetics of early-onset SLE, we can identify specific gene variants that may be associated with the disease and gain insights into the molecular mechanisms involved. This knowledge can potentially lead to improved diagnostic methods, personalized treatment approaches, and a better understanding of disease pathogenesis.
  4. How familiar are you with the techniques used for functional characterization of genetic variants? Answer: I am well-versed in various techniques commonly used for functional characterization of genetic variants. These techniques may include molecular cloning, gene expression analysis, protein-protein interactions, cell culture assays, or other relevant methodologies. I have hands-on experience with some of these techniques during my academic training, and I am eager to expand my knowledge and skills further in this area.
  5. Can you discuss your understanding of the overall objectives and scope of the project “To evaluate genetics of early-onset Systemic lupus erythematosus and functional characterization of variants detected to elucidate the disease mechanism”? Answer: The main objective of this project is to investigate the genetic factors contributing to early-onset SLE and gain insights into the disease mechanism. This involves identifying and analyzing genetic variants associated with the disease and performing functional characterization to understand their impact on disease progression. The project aims to elucidate the underlying molecular pathways and mechanisms involved in early-onset SLE, which can potentially contribute to the development of more effective diagnostic and therapeutic approaches.

Note: The answers provided are for reference and should be tailored to your specific experience and knowledge.

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  1. I am tanuja I pursuing Msc biochemistry with subject molecular biology and genetics. During my academic year I gained a solid knowlege about principles and technique in my field
    I am more interested to gain more practical knowledge in my relevant field

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