H110172—Pathology

Contact:

Mentor: Yi-Ping Li, Ph.D., Jay McDonald Endowed Professor, Department of Pathology, Senior Vice Director for Research, UAB Center for Metabolic Bone Disease, University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB), Shelby Biomedical Research Building, Room 810, 1825 University Blvd, Birmingham AL 35294-2182, Office (205) 975-2606, Lab (205) 975-2605, e-mail: ypli@uab.edu, Web page: http://pathuab.infomedia.com/faculty2.asp


We are seeking a full-time Postdoctoral Fellow in support of developmental and skeletal genetics investigations in the Department of Pathology, University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB). The position for Postdoctoral Fellow is for the study of the mechanisms of skeletal development and diseases (see Nature Genetics, 23(4): 447-451; Hum. Mol. Genet, 16(4):410-423; Genes Dev, 21(14): 1803-1816) or the mechanisms of mammalian embryonic development and diseases (see Development, 130(7): 1367-79; Dev. Biol, 295(1): 116-127). Self-motivated individuals trained in any area of biomedical sciences are encouraged to apply. Please visit our lab website: http://pathuab.infomedia.com/faculty2.asp

http://bioinformatics.forsyth.org/ypli/index.html to learn more about our lab.

Please email your cover letter, resume/CV, and contact information for three references, toypli@uab.edu .


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