Open PhD position in the lab of Prof. Hiroshi Hamada at NCBS. The group studies how left-right asymmetry develops in chick and snail embryos. Read more about his research here.


1. Students from basic or applied sciences backgrounds including biology, physics, chemistry, computer science, mathematics, medicine, or engineering.

2. B.Eng/B.Tech/M.B.B.S/B.VSc/B.Pharm./B.S. or other recognized 4-year degrees in natural or applied sciences with a score of 75 percentile or more OR M.Sc/M.Tech/M.Eng with a score of 55 percentile or more.

3. A valid national eligibility test score (JGEEBILS, CSIR, UGC, GATE, Inspire, ICMR, DBT)

Those interested can send their CV and a brief statement of your research proposal to

You can also contact Hiroshi via our forum!

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