Postdoctoral Associate, Department of Dermatology
This Position is Fully Grant Funded
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Duke University’s Department of Dermatology has an immediate opening for a Postdoctoral Associate in the laboratory of Dr. Chuan-Yuan Li.
More information is located at this link:https://medschool.duke.edu/profile/chuan-yuan-li
We are seeking outstanding PhD (or equivalent) applicants with strong background in molecular and cellular biology. Areas of interest include in vivo tumor biology and cancer immunology. Expertise and training in bioinformatics is a plus. The Li lab is interested in a variety of areas such as skin cancer, stem cell biology, and wound healing (Hu et al, JCI, 2021, 131: e139333; Liu et al, Nature, 2020, 588:693-698; Liu et al, Cell Research, 2017, doi: 10.1038/cr.2017.41; Liu et al, Mol. Cell, 2015, 58:284-296;). The position will be available until filled.
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