Technician and post-doctoral fellow
The Huang Lab aims to understand the molecular mechanisms of liver cancer development associated with alcoholic liver diseases and non-alcoholic liver diseases.
The Huang Lab is looking for talented and motivated PhD students and/or post-doctoral fellows who are enthusiastic in liver research. Motivated visiting scholars and exchanged PhD students are welcome to apply as well.
The successful candidate who is a recently graduated BS/PhD will be expected to conduct original research using cells and mouse models to study the molecular mechanisms of disease progression. The successful candidate will be expected to publish research results in peer-reviewed journals and present at national meetings.
Preference will be given to those who have substantial experience in animal research and cancer as well as knowledge in molecular biology.
Please contact Prof. Chiung-Kuei Huang for the position,
Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine,
School of Medicine, New Orleans, LA, 70113
Two positions for post-doctoral fellows are immediately available for working on projects related to liver pathobiology. Specifically, the molecular and biochemical mechanisms involving liver injury, liver regeneration and liver transformation are going to be examined in both in vivo animal models and in vitro conditions using state of the art technology.
The candidate must have obtained or will soon obtain a doctoral degree, such as PhD or the equivalent, in the field of biomedical research. Candidates with
experience in the molecular analysis of pathogenesis will be preferred. Compensations and benefits will be commensurate with the experience.
Please contact Dr. Xiao-Ming Yin for the position,
Professor and Chair,
Department of Pathology
and Laboratory Medicine,
Tulane University School of Medicine,
New Orleans, LA 70113, by writing to
firstname.lastname@example.org to apply.