Postdoc Position in Computational Cancer Biology at Weill Cornell Medical College in NYC
A postdoc position is computational cancer biology is available in the lab of Dr. Ashley Laughney at the Weill Cornell Medical College (WCM) in NYC. The lab integrates powerful systems biology methods – including massively parallel, single cell sequencing and quantitative imaging technologies – with mouse models of metastasis to better understand lineage plasticity and immune recognition across cell states observed in development and cancer progression.
We are eager to add innovative, determined and enthusiastic researchers to our highly inter-disciplinary team and are especially interested in recruiting highly motivated candidates with backgrounds in constructing gene regulatory networks, bioinformatics analysis of single cell transcriptomic and epigenetic data, high content imaging and feature extraction methods, and machine learning. Postdoc applicants should hold a PhD, MD or doctoral level equivalent in the areas listed above or other related fields.
Interested in joining the fun? Email LaughneyLabPositions@gmail.com the following as a single PDF: (1) a cover letter describing your current and future research interests, (2) your CV, and (3) names and contact information for three references and (4) up to two reprints. Additionally, please arrange for three letters of reference to be emailed on your behalf. Postdoctoral applications will not be reviewed until all letters of reference are received. We are open to applicants from a variety of backgrounds, including both theory and experiment.
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