Date Posted: Jan 4, 2018
Application Deadline: Open Until Filled
A postdoctoral position is available immediately at the M.D. Anderson Cancer Center to conduct studies for the newly funded NIH R01 projects on pancreatic cancer. We are seeking applicants who are highly motivated, self-starters with strong bench skills, and can work independently. Candidates must have PhD or MD/PhD degree in biological sciences with a strong research background including designing and performing experiments involving transgenic animal models, siRNA gene silencing, IP-western, kinase assay, mammalian cell transfection techniques etc. Experience in transgenic animal models, cell cycle, receptor endocytosis, or ubiquitin pathway is a plus. Newly graduated candidates and candidates having up to two years of postdoctoral experience with first-authored publication(s) in respected journal (IF>5) are encouraged to apply. An outstanding salary and benefits package is included, with the salary level commensurate with experience. For full consideration, please send a cover letter containing information about your research interests and plans, a CV, and names and contact information of three references to: Huamin Wang (email@example.com).
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