We’re looking for a postdoc to work on computational analysis of disease-associated and other functional variation in human genomes! See the detailed job description and submit an application here.
We’re looking for a laboratory technician (Associate Scientist I) to work on CRISPR experiments and help with wetlab operations. See full job ad here.
We are keen to work with talented graduate students via the Department of Systems Biology at Columbia University, enrolled in the C2B2 Graduate Program, or the Integrated Program in Cellular, Molecular, and Biomedical Studies Program. Please contact Tuuli for inquiries. Due to the commute between CUMC and NYGC, rotation projects are often better to schedule for the spring semester when the course load is lighter.
The New York Genome Center has many other open positions, in other research groups and e.g. in the bioinformatics team outside of the standard academic track.