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We generate and use mutant mouse models to investigate the genetic basis and developmental mechanisms of human developmental disorders. Our research projects focus on mechanisms of craniofacial development and kidney organogenesis.
The Jiang lab welcomes graduate students and postdoctoral fellows to join our team. Each graduate student or postdoctoral fellow carries out semi-independent research projects and is expected to generate high–quality, first-author publications.
Students and postdoctoral candidates interested in mammalian development and birth defect research are encouraged to contact Rulang Jiang, PhD, (firstname.lastname@example.org) to discuss opportunities.
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