Date Posted: Feb 19, 2019
Application Deadline: Apr 18, 2019
Post-doctoral position is available immediately for a newly funded NIH grant to study the cancer biology, focusing on the oncogenes and tumor suppressor genes in pancreatic cancers. Applicants should have a doctor degree in life science, strong experimental skills including proficiency with cell and tissue culture, biochemistry and molecular biology and other relevant laboratory techniques, the ability to work independently and as part of a team, and very strong written and oral communication skills. The candidate must have first-authored publication(s) in respected journal (IF>5). The applicant should have less than two-year previous post-doctoral experience. An outstanding salary and benefits package is included, with the salary level commensurate with experience.
Please email CV and other documents to Dr. Huamin Wang (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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