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Postdoctoral Program

Dr. Tae Hoon Kim came to CMM to conduct postdoctoral research in Dr Ren's laboratory. He graduated from Harvard in 2002 with a Ph.D. in Biochemistry. He is now an Assistant Professor in the department of Genetics at Yale University.

Opportunities for postdoctoral research can be found by contacting individual faculty members directly.

The postdoctoral experience at UCSD is one which emphasizes scholarship and continued academic training in preparation for a permanent position in academe, industry, government, or the nonprofit sector. For many doctorates, postdoctoral work is an essential step in the educational process and may include opportunities to enhance teaching and other professional skills.

The Department of Cellular and Molecular Medicine offers rigorous training opportunities for postdoctoral research in cell biology, molecular biology, cancer biology, microbiology, glycobiology, development, gene regulation, genetics and genomics. In addition, the department also offers strong support for furthering the career opportunities of postdoctoral fellows. Over 80 fellows have trained in departmental laboratories since 1990, many having gone on to career positions in academia, biotechnology and the pharmaceutical industry.


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