F12130 - Pathology

Mentor: Dr. Yang Yang, Associate Professor, Department of Pathology, University of Alabama at Birmingham, 816 Shelby Building, 1825 University Boulevard, Birmingham, AL 35294.  Email: yangyang@uab.edu

We are currently seeking a Postdoctoral Fellow to study myeloma related bone disease. The candidates must be self-motivated. A strong background in bone and cancer biology is required. Experience with animal experiments is desirable. Please send your CV and a brief statement of your career goals and research interests to Dr. Yang Yang at yangyang@uab.edu. Interested applicants should also submit the contact information of three references (name, email address and phone number).

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