Biology at dbs mumbai, ncbs bangalore, and inStem Bangalore Programs on offer: PhD/Int-msc-PhD/MSc-by-Research/ msc Wildlife Biology & Conservation



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BIOLOGY AT DBS Mumbai, NCBS Bangalore, and inStem Bangalore

Programs on offer: PhD/Int-MSc-PhD/MSc-by-Research/ MSc Wildlife Biology & Conservation
Please check institution websites for additional information and updates:
www.tifr.res.in/~dbs www.ncbs.res.in www. instem.res.in https://www.ncbs.res.in/mscprogram/
The Department of Biological Sciences Mumbai (DBS) and the National Centre for Biological Sciences Bangalore (NCBS) are both part of the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR), and are funded by the Department of Atomic Energy. The Institute of Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine Bangalore (inStem) is funded by the Department of Biotechnology and maintains strong collaborative ties with NCBS.




    1. ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

NCBS and DBS offer PhD and Integrated-MSc-PhD programs leading to the award of a PhD degree, as well as MSc-by-Research programs leading to the award of an MSc degree. NCBS also offers an MSc in Wildlife Biology & Conservation. inStem offers a PhD program leading to the award of a PhD degree. The PhD program accepts candidates with a Masters in any basic science discipline or a Bachelors degree in any applied science such as medicine and engineering. The Integrated PhD program and MSc-by-Research program seek students with an excellent academic record at the BSc level. Students register for a degree at the TIFR Deemed University (at NCBS and DBS) or Manipal University (at inStem), after meeting prescribed coursework and examination requirments. The MSc in Wildlife Biology & Conservation program is offered only at NCBS. The maximum duration of these programs is 5 years for a PhD, 6 years for the Integrated-MSc-PhD, 3 years for the MSc-by-Research, and 2 years for the MSc in Wildlife Biology and Conservation.



FACILITIES
Students selected into these academic programs are provided housing and fellowships. The programs provide wide exposure, through research guidance, through coursework and hands-on training, and through participation in meetings and workshops. Our campuses offer state-of-the art experimental and computational facilities for all aspects of modern biology research.

THE SELECTION PROCESS
Except for the MSc in Wildlife Biology and Conservation, applications to all other programs are via the Joint Graduate Entrance Exam in Biology and Interdisciplinary Life Sciences (JGEEBILS) held in December each year. This multiple choice test covers basic abilities in mathematics, physics, chemistry and biology. The JGEEBILS is jointly conducted by multiple partner institutions and coordinated by TIFR (www.ncbs.res.in/JGEEBILS). Each partner institution has independent admissions procedures following the JGEEBILS exam, please refer to individual institutional websites for these procedures. Applicants must apply separately to each partner institution. DBS invites candidates for interviews based on performance in the exam. NCBS and inStem jointly invite candidates for interviews based on performance in the exam, and on a completed application package including a research statement and letters of recommendation. Interviews are held in Mumbai in Feb/Mar 2016 and in Bangalore in May/June 2016.
MSc in Wildlife Biology & Conservation

The entrance test consists of multiple-choice questions that assess skills in English language, general knowledge, logic, mathematics and statistics, basic ecology and conservation biology, and general knowledge about wildlife and conservation issues. There is also an essay question on a conservation issue. Essays are only evaluated for candidates who meet the minimum requirements in the multiple-choice sections.


The M.Sc Wildlife Biology and Conservation course has a separate interview, which will be held in June 2016 at the NCBS campus. Details of the interview procedure will be provided to candidates who are shortlisted from the entrance exam.
RESEARCH GROUPS AT DBS

Gotam Jarori Structure-activity relationship (SAR) in proteins

Sandhya Koushika Cargo transport in neurons

Roop Mallik Biophysics of molecular motors and motor complexes

Mithilesh Mishra Mechanism and regulation of cytokinesis

Sreelaja Nair Genetics of maternal control of vertebrate development

Maithreyi Narasimha Cell adhesion, epithelial morphogenesis and cellular reorganization

B.J. Rao Molecular basis of genome dynamics

Krishanu Ray Cell biology of motor proteins in Drosophila

Ullas Kolthur Seetharam Sirtuins:linking metabolism to aging and cancer

Shobhona Sharma Biology of the malarial parasite

Himanshu Sinha Functional genomics and quantitative traits in yeast

Mahendra Sonawane Cellular adhesion in developing zebrafish epidermis

Shubha Tole Genetics mechanisms and signaling pathways in developing brain

Vidita Vaidya Neurobiology of stress and depression

Research GROUPS at NCBS

Deepa Agashe Evolutionary ecology of adaptation and genome evolution

Upinder Bhalla Memory, smell and networks

Axel Brockmann Comparative neurobiology of honey bee behaviour

Sumantra Chattarji Synaptic plasticity in the amygdala

Ranbir Das NMR spectroscopic studies of ubiquitin

Shachi Gosavi Computational folding and functional dynamics of proteins

Hiyaa Ghosh Neuronal and glial cells in the mouse brain

Gaiti Hasan IP3 signaling in cellular and systemic physiology

Sandeep Krishna Decisions and feedback in biological systems

Sudhir Krishna Notch signalling in human epithelial cancers and leukemias

Krushnamegh Kunte Evolution and organization of of biological diversity

M.K. Mathew Crossing Barriers: Studies of Membrane Transport

Satyajit Mayor Mechanisms of membrane organization and traffic

Shannon Olsson Naturalist-inspired chemical ecology

Raghu Padinjat The architecture of phosphoinositide signalling in vivo

M.M. Panicker The roles of serotonin in neural and non-neural systems

Uma Ramakrishnan The genetic heritage of South Asia: history, conservation, and its future

Arati Ramesh RNA-mediated mechanisms of bacterial stress response

Sanjay Sane Neural and physical basis of insect flight

Mahesh Sankaran Community and ecosystems ecology

Apurva Sarin Mechanisms of apoptosis in metazoan cells

Aswin Seshasayee Computational and functional genomics of bacterial gene regulation

P. Shivaprasad Plant epigenetics

R. Sowdhamini Computational approaches to protein science

Varadha Sundaramurthy Host-pathogen interactions

Mukund Thattai Computational and evolutionary cell biology

Vatsala Thirumalai Neural control of movement in Zebrafish development

Shashi Thutupalli Experimental physics of collective dynamics

Jayant Udgaonkar How do proteins fold, unfold and misfold?

K. VijayRaghavan Developmental neurobiology of olfaction and movement

RESEARCH GROUPS AT INSTEM
Shravanti Deshpande Homeostasis, epigenetics and cell fate determination

Arjun Guha Plasticity of airway epithelial cells in the mammalian respiratory tract

Akash Gulyani Probing cellular dynamics by imaging

Colin Jamora Mechanisms regulating the wound healing response

Sunil Laxman Nutrient sensing and metabolic regulation of cell fates

John Mercer Cardiomyopathies

Ravi Muddashetty Protein synthesis and disorders of neuronal development and plasticity

Tina Mukherjee Metabolism and systemic control of stem cell development

Dasaradhi Palakodeti Stem cells and regeneration in Planaria

Archana Purushotham Neuroimaging and clinical neuroscience

Srikala Raghavan Integrin signaling micro-RNA in epithelial stem cells

S. Ramaswamy Protein biochemistry and structural biology

Ramkumar Sambasivan Vertebrate development and evolution using mouse as a model system

Minhajuddin Sirajuddin Structure and function of cytoskeletal assemblies



Praveen Kumar Vemula Self-assembled biomaterials and translational research

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