Oncology laboratory research under the direction of Dr. Weihang Valerie Chai. The successful candidate will be expected to conduct original research using mice as an animal model to study the mechanism underlying genome instability. The successful candidate will be expected to publish research results in peer reviewed journals and present at national meetings.
Ph.D. in biochemistry, cell or molecular biology, or other discipline related to the molecular biosciences; demonstrated expertise in using mouse models to study cancer initiation and progression.
Internal Number: 14106
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