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Fellowship Positions

Applications are invited for the post of Junior Research Fellow (JRF) under the DST-SERB sponsored project entitled “Microbiome mediated fate and transformation of man-released nano-pollutants (Sanction Order No. ECR/2017/000339)”.

Eligibility: ​First class M.Sc., in Biotechnology/Microbiology/Chemistry/Materials Chemistry/Nanotechnology with Chemistry or Biotechnology or Microbiology as main subject in Bachelors degree. Preference will be given to the candidates who have qualified CSIR/UGC/NET/GATE/JEST.

Desirable: Candidates with hands-on experience in microbiology techniques and a strong background in micorbiome. Preference will be given to the Candidates with CSIR-NET/GATE qualification.

Fellowship: For Post Graduate Degree in Basic Sciences with CSIR NET, GATE, JEST qualification or GATE qualified Post Graduate Degree in Professional Course: Rs 25,000 + Admissible HRA.

For Others: Rs. 25,000 + Admissible HRA as per DST norms (M.Tech/MSc with NET)

Rs 16,000 + HRA as per DST norms (MSc without NET)

Tenure of the Fellowship: 3 years

No TA/DA will be provided for attending the interview

Registration for Ph. D: Selected candidate should register for full time Ph.D. Programme at SRM-AP, Amaravati.

N.B: Required research facilities will be provided.

Eligible candidates can send their applications together with their detailed resume/CV, either by soft or hard copies within 20 days of this advertisement to Dr. Anil K. Suresh at anil.s@srmap.edu.in. Short listed candidate will be intimidated through e-mail.

Principal Investigator,
Dr. Anil K. Suresh
DST-SERB Research Project,
SRM University AP, Amaravati,
Kuragallu Village, Neerukonda,
Mangalagiri Mandal,
Guntur District-522503, AP.
Email : anil.s@srmap.edu.in & anil.sureshkumar@gmail.com

Area of Research:  Dietary restriction and genetics of aging in C. elegans

FUNDING AGENCY: DST INSPIRE and SERB

POSITION: Junior Research Fellow (JRF)

No. OF POSITIONS: 2
Eligibility: Candidates with a keen interest in basic science research and prior hands-on experience with molecular Biology, genetics, biochemistry or microbiology techniques are preferred.
-    Post Graduate Degree in life Science
-    Graduate Degree in Professional Course (B.Tech. Biotechnology or similar)
-    Post Graduate Degree in Professional Course (M.Tech. Biotechnology or similar)) NETs accepted: CSIR-NET including LS; GATE, JAM, GPAT, BET, JEST, JGEEBILS, ICMR-JRF and ICAR- AICE

EMOLUMENTS AND DURATION
Rs. 25000+HRA per month (for CSIR-NET including LS; GATE, JAM, GPAT, BET, JEST, JGEEBILS, ICMR-JRF and ICAR- AICE)
Rs. 16000+HRA per month (for others)
Duration: 3 years.

Selected student can be registered for full time Ph.D. program at SRM University AP, Amaravati.

DEADLINE: 20 March, 2019

PROJECT SUMMARY
The availability of complete genome sequence along with powerful molecular and genetic tools has made the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans as one of the widely studied model organism in the field of developmental biology, neuroscience, and adult lifespan. Several studies indicate that sensors and regulators of cell metabolism modulate organismal aging. Signaling mechanisms, such as insulin/IGF (ILS), mTOR, AMPK, sirtuins, and the dietary restriction (DR) pathways have been largely implicated in organismal lifespan. DR is one of the robust non-genetic intervention shown to positively regulate healthspan and lifespan in many species. However, lifespan increasing effect of DR is often accompanied by impaired reproduction. With the advantage of short lifespan and availability of powerful genetic tools in C. elegans, we would like to focus on addressing following two main questions:

Does DR protects germline stem cells (GSC) and hence contribute to fitness later when conditions are favorable?

Do nuclear hormone receptors (NHRs) integrate signals from known pathways that mediate C. elegans longevity?

Qualified and interested candidates may send their curriculum vitae by e-mail to manjunatha.t@srmap.edu.in on or before deadline. Please mention in the subject line of the mail the following code: - Aging – C. elegans. Selected candidates will be called for a personal interview to SRM University AP, Amaravati, Neerukonda.

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