Senior Research Fellowship at Ch. Charan Singh University, Meerut, India

Ch. Charan Singh UniversityApplications are invited for one DBT funded senior research fellowship at Department of Genetics and Plant Breeding, Ch. Charan Singh University, India. Applicants should be M.Sc./M.Sc. (Ag.)/M. Phil with two years research experience in the area of Plant Sciences (preferably Genetics and Plant Breeding/Plant Biotechnology). Applicants who have qualified NET will be preferred.

About Scholarship: The Plant Molecular Biology Laboratory is one of the premier laboratories of Department of Genetics and Plant Breeding at Ch. Charan Singh University, Meerut, in India. It was formed in the beginning of the department through the merger of several small laboratories of the department. Today it has become one large multi subjective plant genomic- and molecular breeding-focused laboratory. With more than 10 scientists and research staff, a large laboratory space, and beautiful location in center of Ch. Charan Singh University, Meerut, the Plant Molecular Biology Laboratory is a leader in plant genomic and molecular breeding research in India.

Study: The scholarship is awarded in cloning and characterization of genes expressed in response to leaf rust infection in bread wheat.
Course Level: This fellowship is for pursuing research position at Ch. Charan Singh University, India.
Scholarship Provider: DBT funded
Scholarship can be taken at: Meerut, India

Eligibility:
-Applications are invited for one post of SRF in a DBT funded research project “Cloning and Characterization of Genes Expressed in Response to Leaf Rust Infection in Bread Wheat”.
-Candidate should be M. Sc./M. Sc. (Ag.)/M. Phil with two years research experience in the area of Plant Sciences (preferably Genetics and Plant Breeding/Plant Biotechnology).
-For the above post, candidates who have qualified NET will be preferred.
-If no suitable candidate for the post of SRF is available a JRF may be appointed.

Scholarship Open for: Indian students are eligible for this research fellowship.

Number of awards: One post of SRF will be offered.

Notification: Attend the interview on 05.12.2013 at 10:00 AM in the Department of Genetics & Plant Breeding, Ch. Charan Singh University, Meerut. Candidates shall bring their original documents at the time of interview for verification. No interview letters will be issued and no TA/DA will be paid.

Apply: The mode of applying is electronically. Interested candidates may send their bio-data to Prof. P. K. Gupta (pkgupta36-at-gmail.com) (in exceptional case, bio-data may also be submitted at the time of interview).

Further Information: http://molbiolabccsumrt.webs.com/

2013 Senior Research Fellowship at Bose Institute, Kolkata India

Bose InstituteDescription: DBT sponsored project is funding one Senior Research Fellowship at Bose Institute, Kolkata, India. Indian citizens are eligible for this fellowship which covers fellowship amount and admissible HRA for the duration of three years. Fellows must be below 30 years (relax able in case of SC/ST/OBC/WOMEN candidates only as per rule). Eligible applicants may send their application by post.

Eligibility: Essential Qualification: 1st class M.Tech in Bioinformatics/Computer Science/ Information Technology or 1st Class MCA with CSIR-UGC-NET/NET- LS/GATE qualification.
Desirable: Exposure in Bioinformatics or computational genomics. Work experience in pattern recognition and machine learning techniques.
Age: Below 30 years (relax able in case of SC/ST/OBC/WOMEN candidates only as per rule).

How to Apply: The mode of applying is by post. Interested and eligible candidates may apply on plain pa per clearly mentioning the desirable qualification as mentioned above and quoting Advertisement No. on the envelop as well as application with complete Bio-data giving e-mail ID, Phone No. and details of qualification i.e. examination passed, year, division, percentage of marks, from Madhyamik onwards with attested copies of testimonials, addressed t o the Registrar, Bose Institute, P-1/12, CIT Scheme VII-M, Kankurgachi, Kolkata-700054 within October 09, 2013. For technical details regarding the project, contact the PI: Dr. Zhumur Ghosh (email: ghosh.jhumur-at-gmail.com ).

Subject: Various Courses

Level: Pursuing Research at Bose Institute, Kolkata.

Provider: DBT Sponsored Project

For Which Country: India, Kolkata

For Whom: National

Number of awards offered: One temporary position of senior Research Fellowship is offered.

Duration of award(s): The project is tenable for three years. The position is tenable for one year , may be extended up to the tenure of the project, subject to satisfactory performance.

What does it cover? Fellowship covers Rs18, 000/-p.m., plus admissible HRA.

Selection Criteria: Not Known

Notification: Not Known

Deadline: October 09, 2013

2013 Senior Research Fellowship at Bose Institute, Kolkata, India

Bose Institute

Bose Institute, Kolkata, invites application from the Indian Citizens for one temporary position of Senior Research Fellow on a fellowship of Rs.18,000/- p.m. plus admissible HRA, in the DBT sponsored project entitled, “Micro-Regulatory Networks In Leukemia Stem Cells (RGYI)”, under the guidance of Dr. Zhumur Ghosh, Bioinformatics Centre. The project is tenable for three years. The position is tenable for one year, may be extended upto the tenure of the project, subject to satisfactory performance. 

About Scholarship: DBT sponsored project is funding one senior research fellowship at Bose Institute, Kolkata, India. Indian citizens are eligible for this fellowship which covers fellowship amount and admissible HRA for the duration of three years. Fellows must be below 30 years (relax able in case of SC/ST/OBC/WOMEN candidates only as per rule). Eligible applicants may send their application by post. 

Study: Micro-Regulatory Networks in Leukemia Stem Cells (RGYI)

Course Level: Research

Scholarship by: DBT sponsored project
Location: India, Kolkata 

Eligibility: Essential Qualification: 1st class M.Tech in Bioinformatics/Computer Science/ Information Technology or 1st Class MCA with CSIR-UGC-NET/NET- LS/GATE qualification.
Desirable: Exposure in Bioinformatics or computational genomics. Work experience in pattern recognition and machine learning techniques.
Age: Below 30 years (relax able in case of SC/ST/OBC/WOMEN candidates only as per rule). 

Scholarship Open for: Indian Citizens are eligible for this senior research fellowship.

Number of awards: One temporary position of senior research fellowship is offered. 

Duration: The project is tenable for three years. The position is tenable for one year, may be extended up to the tenure of the project, subject to satisfactory performance.

Value: Fellowship covers Rs18, 000/-p.m., plus admissible HRA. 

Apply: The mode of applying is by post. Interested and eligible candidates may apply on plain pa per clearly mentioning the desirable qualification as mentioned above and quoting Advertisement No. on the envelop as well as application with complete Bio-data giving e-mail ID, Phone No. and details of qualification i.e. examination passed, year, division, percentage of marks, from Madhyamik onwards with attested copies of testimonials, addressed t o the Registrar, Bose Institute, P-1/12, CIT Scheme VII-M, Kankurgachi, Kolkata-700054 within October 09, 2013. For technical details regarding the project, contact the PI: Dr. Zhumur Ghosh (email: ghosh.jhumur@gmail.com). 

Deadline: October 09, 2013

Further Information: http://www.boseinst.ernet.in/ADVT/13/p_23.pdf

2014 Senior Research Fellowships in Basic Biomedical Science

Wellcome-Trust

Wellcome Trust offers research fellowships in basic biomedical science. The fellowships provide support for outstanding postdoctoral scientists based in academic institutions in the UK and Republic of Ireland (RoI). Applicants should have between five and normally ten years research experience (from the date of your viva to the date of your preliminary application) at postdoctoral level or veterinary equivalent and have a substantial record of publications in your chosen area of research in leading international journals. The students of UK/EEA/non-EEA (who either has a relevant degree from a UK university or has worked in the UK for at least a continuous three-year period) can apply for the fellowships. 

About Scholarship: This scheme provides support for outstanding postdoctoral scientists based in academic institutions in the UK and Republic of Ireland (RoI). Candidates are expected to have an excellent track record in their scientific field and be able to demonstrate their ability to carry out independent research. 

Study: Basic biomedical science

Course Level: Postdoctoral degree level
Scholarship by: Wellcome Trust
Location:
UK and Republic of Ireland (RoI) 

Eligibility: You should have between five and normally ten years research experience (from the date of your viva to the date of your preliminary application) at postdoctoral level, or veterinary equivalent, and have a substantial record of publications in your chosen area of research in leading international journals. Time spent outside the research environment will be taken into consideration (e.g. time away due to personal reasons such as maternity, paternity, adoption leave or other caring responsibilities; ill-health or working in a non-research environment/role such as industry). You must be:
-a UK/EEA national

-a non-EEA national who either has a relevant degree from a UK university, or has worked in the UK for at least a continuous three-year period

-an exceptional biomedical scientist, who does not fall within the categories above, whose recruitment to the host institution would be advantageous to both the applicant and the institution. 

Scholarship Open for: The students of UK/EEA (Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Republic of Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, The Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and UK. NB while Switzerland is not in the EEA, Swiss nationals have the same rights as EEA nationals) and non-EEA national (who either has a relevant degree from a UK university, or has worked in the UK for at least a continuous three-year period) can apply for the fellowships. 

Duration: five years

Value: The fellowship is for five years in the first instance, and provides:
-a basic salary, as determined by the host institution (normally up to £55 000 pa) with an additional Trust supplement of £12 500 pa

-the essential costs of the research programme (e.g. consumables, equipment, research assistance, overseas allowances, collaborative travel and subsistence, fieldwork and data collection)

-an inflation allowance and support to attend scientific meetings. Additional funding is available to enable institutions to recruit exceptional scientists in the UK from overseas. The International Recruitment Supplement (IRS) is designed to be part of the fellowship, providing a competitive start-up package and covering some of the other costs associated with an individual recruitment. Candidates are advised to speak to their host institution before submitting a preliminary application. 

Selection Criteria: Reviewers typically assess:
-the calibre of the candidate
-the quality and importance of the research question(s)
-the approach to solving these questions
-the suitability of the research environment. 

Notification: Shortlisted candidate interviews with Interview Panel: 1-3 April 2014 and Shortlisted candidate interviews with Interview Panel: 8-10 July 2014. 

Apply: online 

Deadline: The application deadlines are
-Next preliminary application deadline: 20 September 2013
-Main application deadline: 22 November 2013
-Next preliminary application deadline: 13 December 2013
-Main application deadline: 28 February 2014

Further Information: http://www.wellcome.ac.uk/Funding/Biomedical-science/Funding-schemes/Fellowships/Basic-biomedical-fellowships/WTD004442.htm

2014 Senior Research Fellowships at University of Oxford in UK

University of Oxford

University of Oxford offers senior research fellowships in Mathematics, Theoretical Physical Science, Classical Studies, and Politics & International Relations (all four subject areas broadly conceived). All Senior Research Fellows will be assigned a study in College or one of its ancillary buildings. Studies are connected to the University IT network and the College assists with the purchase of computing equipment. 

About Scholarship: All Souls College proposes to elect up to five Senior Research Fellows with effect from 1 October 2014 (or an agreed later date) in Mathematics, Theoretical Physical Science, Classical Studies, and Politics & International Relations (all four subject areas broadly conceived).

A Senior Research Fellowship is of comparable academic standing to a statutory Professorship in the University of Oxford. Applicants are expected to have a correspondingly distinguished record of achievement in research and those elected may apply within the University for the title of Professor. 

Study: Scholarships are provided to learn any of the research areas offered by the University of Oxford, UK.

Course Level: Scholarships are available for pursuing research program at University of Oxford, UK.

Scholarship by: University of Oxford, UK

Location: UK

Eligibility: All Senior Research Fellows will be assigned a study in College or one of its ancillary buildings. Studies are connected to the University IT network and the College assists with the purchase of computing equipment. In addition, the College provides an academic allowance of up to £3,134 to cover research expenses. Fellows can apply for additional grants towards research expenses and in support of conferences and seminars they may wish to arrange in College.

Scholarship Open for: The students of UK can apply for these scholarships. 

Value:

- Stipend: The annual stipend of Senior Research Fellows currently ranges from £76,860 to £84,446 per annum (plus £5,997 housing allowance if applicable: see below) and is linked to a point on the Oxford University professorial salary scale. To qualify for the higher rate of pay in any academic year, a Fellow must undertake to give not fewer than sixteen lectures in the University in that year. The pay may be on an intermediate rate if fewer lectures are given. These stipends (reviewed in August) are paid on the basis that the Fellow is engaged full-time on the research for which the Fellow was elected.

-Pension: Senior Research Fellows belong to the Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS).

-Housing Allowances/Housing Finance/Accommodation: A pensionable housing allowance (currently £5,997 per annum) is also paid provided the Fellow lives out of College but within 25 miles of the College and does not receive housing allowance from any other source. In some circumstances the College may also be able to help with partial housing finance. Alternatively, the College may be able to offer at no charge single residential accommodation in the College or one of its annexes; this is a taxable benefit and no housing allowance will be paid.
-Dining Rights: Fellows are entitled to lunch and dinner at common table without charge.

-Relocation Costs: In appropriate cases, the College will also contribute towards relocation costs on similar terms to those offered in relation to University appointments. See details of the University’s current Relocation Scheme.

-Medical Insurance: Fellows and their immediate dependents are also eligible for participation in the College’s medical insurance scheme. There is no charge for this but it is a taxable benefit. 

Apply: The mode of applying is online.

Deadline: The deadline for applications is 12 noon, Friday 20 September 2013 and for references, Friday, 27 September.

Further Information: http://www.all-souls.ox.ac.uk/content/Senior_Research_Fellowships_2014