We are always looking for highly motivated, talented, and enthusiastic people with an interest in contributing to further our understanding of the molecular basis of cancer and development. Currently, we have openings for the following positions:
Research Fellow with Expertise in Computational Biology
We are actively looking for a postdoctoral fellow with strong expertise in computational biology. He or she will lead projects aimed at identifying the molecular targets of miRNAs and lincRNAs using high-throughput genomic approaches (RNAseq, HITS-CLIP, Chip-Seq).
We are always looking for talented and enthusiastic postdocs to join our group. A variety of projects on non-coding RNAs, cancer, and mouse modeling via conventional gene targeting or somatic genome editing are available, however candidates are encourage to propose novel lines of investigation, as long as they are bold, exciting, and somewhat feasible!
If you are interested send a cover letter, a CV, and a brief email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Our lab welcomes interested graduate students from eligible programs (the Gerstner Sloan Kettering Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences and the Weill Cornell Graduate School and related Tri-Institutional graduate programs) to join for rotations.