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ISB’s Qiang Tian Receives UW Promotion to Affiliate Associate Professor

ISB senior research scientist Qiang Tian has received a promotion at the University of Washington to Affiliate Associate Professor.

June 29, 2015 – Congratulations to Qiang Tian, MD, PhD, ISB senior research scientist and head of the Cancer and Stem Cell Group (Hood Lab), who has received a promotion to Affiliate Associate Professor at the University of Washington’s Department of Medicine. Dr. Tian has been an Affiliate Assistant Professor since 2008 and has collaborated on research projects and grants, as well as led grand rounds and held faculty seminars. The promotion to Affiliate Associate Professor is effective July 1, 2015.

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