The lab of Dr. Lan Zhou in the Department of Neurology at Boston University Medical Campus is looking for highly motivated postdoctoral research fellows to conduct NIH R01-funded research projects. Our research is to characterize origins and functions of macrophages in skeletal muscle injury repair. Disease mouse models will be used.
PhD in Cell Biology or Immunology or related fields;
Experience with mouse studies;
Knowledge and techniques in molecular biology, cell biology, and immunology (experience with tissue histopathological analysis is a plus);
Sound verbal and written communication skills
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Please send a cover letter along with CV including contact information of three references to Dr. Xingyu Wang at: firstname.lastname@example.org .
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