Applications are invited from the eligible candidates for filling up of the post of Post-Doctoral Fellow on contract basis for the Wellcome Trust \/DBT India Alliance funded project entitled “Neurobiological Correlates & Translational Implications of Neuromodulation in OCD: A High Definition Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (HD-tDCS) Study” –under Dr. Janardhanan C. Narayanaswamy, Associate Professor of Psychiatry & Principal Investigator.
Name of the Post
Number of Post
Essential Educational Qualification
1) Ph.D. in the area of transcranial direct current stimulation in Psychiatry with at least two peer-reviewed PubMed indexed publications** (Ph.D. awarded/Ph.D. thesis submitted).
** Copies of peer-reviewed publication(s) to be attached along with the letter of recommendation from the Ph.D. thesis guide.
2) Hands-on research experience in high definition tDCS
Maximum Age limit
₹47,000/- + 24% HRA per month.
The initial appointment will be made for One Year, extendable based on the performance of the candidate.
How to Apply
Eligible candidates fulfilling the above-mentioned criteria may send their resumes by email to email@example.com Candidates who apply should invariably mention the Name of the post applied for, Notification No. & Date in the subject line in the email, failing which the candidature will not be considered.
Candidates are requested to provide CV explicitly mentioning all the required information to support the essential qualification as well as copies of support documents and research publications. In addition, the applicant is required to submit a clinical research write-up (maximum up to 2 pages) summarizing the experience, further clinical research goals & career aspirations.
Candidates will be short-listed for interviews upon assessment of essential qualification, peer-reviewed publications, and sample write-up.
The last date for receipt of resumes along with the relevant document (i.e. essential educational qualification, age, as well as documents to support essential and desirable criteria) is 05.11.2019.