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A postdoc candidate will conduct the research proposed in a NIH-funded research project- investigation of crosstalk between osteoclasts and osteoblasts and identification of novel players and regulatory mechanisms of osteoclastogenesis and bone metabolisms in the physiological and pathological settings. A candidate will meet with his supervisor on a weekly basis and will discuss his experimental plan and research direction.
Qualified candidate must have a recent Ph.D. and/or M.D. in immunology, metabolism, biochemistry, molecular and cellular biology, bone biology or a related field and have a record of peer reviewed publications. Strong expertise in immunology, metabolism, molecular biology techniques, biochemical and cell signaling techniques and manipulating genetic mutant mice is preferred. High level of motivation and independence and the ability to think critically are expected. Ideal candidates must have good written/oral communication skills. PhD candidates expected to graduate soon are also encouraged to apply.