Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Center for Biomedical Research has announced the ACBR Research Associate Recruitment 2020 notification on 22/05/2020. Notification is out for Research Associate post for the project “Designing and evaluation of point of care diagnostic assay for detection of MDR Tuberculosis using Loop-mediated isothermal amplification combined with lateral flow dipstick”. Eligible candidates can download the application form from the official website and send it to the given address before 05/06/2020. Candidates can view the post details, vacancy details, eligibility criteria, selection process, applying method, fees structure, syllabus, pattern and important dates in the below content.
Name of the Post: Research Associate
Post Date: 22/05/2020
No of Vacancies: Not Mentioned
Place: New Delhi
Important Dates for ACBR Research Associate Recruitment:
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|Last Date to Submit Application||05/06/2020|
Vacancy Details of ACBR Research Associate Recruitment:
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The selected candidate will be required to carry out basic standardization of DNA isolation protocol from sputum and LAMP assay for antimicrobial resistance automation of the procedure followed by the clinical evaluation of a developed method for the detection of resistance in tuberculosis.
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- Candidates should be completed a Ph.D. degree with at least 55% marks in M.Sc and experience to carry out molecular biology work with documented proof of Experience Certificate and two letters of recommendation in a sealed envelope.
- The candidate should be well versed in techniques of molecular biology specially PCR, LAMP, RT-PCR etc
The selection will be based on Interview.
There is no application fee.
How to Apply for ACBR Research Associate Recruitment:
Candidates apply on a plain paper enclosing a copy of the resume along with attested copies of the Degree and certificates (M.Sc. and B.Sc. Mark sheet and Degree), experience letter and recommendation letters to Principal Investigator Prof. Daman Saluja