We are looking for highly motivated, talented, and enthusiastic scientists of all levels with an interest in addressing fundamental questions in cancer biology.
We welcome applications from candidates interested in the biological basis of intratumoral heterogeneity using genetically engineered mouse models, organotypic cell culture systems and patient-derived xenografts. Candidates with experience in computational and/or quantitative biology will be given special consideration. Sloan Kettering Institute offers subsidized housing and a competitive salary for postdocs.
Postdoctoral Fellows with an interest in single-cell approaches and mechanisms of cellular heterogeneity in cancer are encouraged to apply. The successful applicant will be co-mentored by Dr. Dana Pe’er, Chair of the Computational and Systems Biology Program at the Sloan Kettering Institute.
Our lab warmly welcomes interested graduate students from eligible programs (the Gerstner Sloan Kettering Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, the Weill Cornell Graduate School and related Tri-Institutional graduate programs) to join for rotations.
Clinical fellows are welcome to join our group. Preference is given to Memorial Hospital Fellows and Fellows with prior research experience.