We are currently looking for enthusiastic graduate students to answer interesting questions of how posttranslational modifications of tubulin regulate mammalian organ functions through primary cilia.
If you are CSIR/DBT/DST qualified with experience in biochemistry, cell biology or molecular biology, and are interested in knowing more about cilia, tubulin code and homeostasis, apply now to join our growing team.
We are hiring a highly motivated postdoc with a strong background in Cell Biology, Molecular Biology and/or Biochemistry to work on exciting aspects of Primary cilia in mammalian tissue homeostasis. Experience in Mouse biology, transgenics, Stem cells or Bioinformatics is a plus. Candidates must have a good scientific record with at least 1 first author paper published from their PhD work in an international peer-reviewed journal of repute.
The candidate is expected to design and manage the work independently, have good organisational skills, work in an interdisciplinary team, and handle multiple tasks. They will also be responsible for data documentation, validation and compilation, for preparation of manuscripts.