In addition to applying for this position online, interested applicants should also send a cover letter with their CV to Dr. Sami Malek at email@example.com.
A postdoctoral position is available in the laboratory of Dr. Sami Malek in the Division of Hematology- Oncology/Internal Medicine at the University of Michigan. Active research areas in the laboratory include studies into the i) genomic pathogenesis of CLL, AML and Follicular Lymphoma, ii) function of mutated genes in lymphoma, iii) optimization of small molecule-based targeted therapies, iv) biology and clinical implications of AML MRD and v) clonal heterogeneity and evolution and genomic instability
Applicants holding PhD or MD degrees is required.
Evidence of prior productivity and advanced Molecular Biology Skills and an interest in developing themselves into independent future faculty are particularly encouraged to apply.
40 hours/week, full-time. Hours negotiable.
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