National Brain Research Centre Haryana, India

The mission of National Brain Research Centre (NBRC) is to be a world-class Centre for brain.

National Brain Research Centre is a premier institute in India dedicated to Neuroscience Research and Education. Scientists and students at NBRC come from diverse academic backgrounds, including biological, computational, mathematical, physical, engineering and medical sciences, and use multidisciplinary approaches to unravel function under healthy and pathological conditions. Located in the foothills of the Aravali range in Manesar, Haryana, NBRC is an autonomous institute funded by the Department of Biotechnology, Government of India, and is also a Deemed-to-be University. NBRC has been recognised as an Institution of Excellence by Govt. of India. All NBRC students are provided well furnished hostel accommodation on campus throughout their tenure. Living in a hostel not only allows new students to integrate easily into the NBRC community but also allows for a full collegiate experience. The institute strives to offer its students good lifestyle amenities including twenty-four hour Wi-Fi internet connectivity, room cleaning services, access to fully automatic washing machines and recreation rooms. The hostels are also equipped with refrigerators and microwave ovens for community usage. Guest rooms are available on payment basis.

NBRC invites applications for faculty positions from qualified, dynamic and result-oriented scientists to carry out research in advanced areas of neuroscience, and those who have a genuine interest in teaching. Candidates should have a proven record of scientific accomplishment in the form of recent peer-reviewed publications in scientific journals of international repute, and experience as per the requirements of the position. Current research at the Centre encompasses molecular, systems, computational neuroscience, and neuroimaging aspects of basic and translational neurosciences. Candidates with research focus in these and other multidisciplinary areas that the Centre will like to develop such as - system neuroscience (involving non-human primates, rodent and mouse model) and or candidates with expertise in functional activities of the brain in health and diseased condition using multimodal approach (fMRI-EEG). The Centre encourages collaborations and has close ties with many National Research Centres and Universities, and leading hospitals of the region. For more information about the Centre visit the centre website.

Prof. Krishanu Ray - Director

Anindya Ghosh Roy - Scientist-VI & Professor

Anirban Basu - Scientist-VII & Senior Professor

Arpan Banerjee - Scientist-VI & Professor