Our mission as a lab is to train and develop the next generation of scientific leaders. Whether you see yourself continuing in academia, building your own startup, teaching, pursuing a career in industry, shaping science policy, or are trying to figure it out, we are committed to helping you obtain the skills and expertise needed to excel in the next phase of your career.
We are actively recruiting graduate students with interests in computational biology, single-cell genomics, immunotherapy, and/or molecular genetics. We have several rotation projects available concerning these topics individually and interdisciplinary. We can accept graduate students from most Tri-I programs, including the Gerstner Sloan Kettering Graduate Program, the Tri-I Computational Biology & Medicine, various programs in the Weill Cornell Graduate School of Medical Sciences, and the Tri-Institutional MD/PhD Training Program) to join for rotations. Students interested in learning more about the group, potential projects, or a rotation should email us to discuss opportunities.