School of International Biodesign jobs for iFellowship in Delhi.
School of International Biodesign (SiB) is expanding its program to biannual recruitment of fellows. Applications are invited for the 2nd Batch of ‘iFellowship 2019’ at SiB commencing July 2019. The iFellowship programme is supported by the Department of Biotechnology (DBT),Ministry of Science & Technology, Government of India at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) and Indian Institute of Technology (IIT),New Delhi in collaboration with international universities.
Eligibility : Candidates with graduate or postgraduate degrees (in Medicine, Engineering, Design, Business) having passion for innovation and early-stage development of innovative medical technologies addressing the clinical needs in India are encouraged to apply. Applicants must devote 12 months for the ‘iFellowship’ program. Preference would be given to candidates who have demonstrated a track record of innovation, frugal thinking, passion for entrepreneurship and are willing to work in a team for technology and product development.
Shortlisted candidates will have to attend an in-personinterview at AIIMS, New Delhi.
Benefits: iFellowship pays stipend, travel costs and health coverage. iFellows shall be mentored by faculty members who are from AIIMS Delhi, IIT Delhi, MedTech Industry, start-ups, academia, and hospitals. The program also offers post-fellowship support to promising innovators.
How To Apply For School of International Biodesign jobs for iFellowship in Delhi.
Last date of application: 31st May 2019.
About School of International Biodesign
Stanford India Biodesign programme started in the year 2007 till 2014. School of International Biodesign (SIB) is built on the success of Stanford India Biodesign Programme. School of International Biodesign (SiB) is an innovation program implemented by the Department of Biotechnology (DBT),Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of India at All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS),New Delhi and Indian Institute of Technology Delhi (IITD) in collaboration with QUT Australia and Hiroshima University, Japan. Since the inception of the program, DBT has engaged Biotechnology Consortium of India Limited (BCIL) to manage the techno-legal activities of this Programme. The current duration of this Programme is upto December 2020.