Associate Scientist II, Single Cell Genomics (Satija Lab)

New York Genome Center
Job Location
New York, NY 10013
Job Description

The Satija Lab at the New York Genome Center is looking for a research scientist with strong expertise in molecular biology. Our group develops computational and experimental tools to enable genomic profiling of single cells, with a particular interest in immune regulation and developmental biology.  We have established high-throughput and highly parallelized workflows for single cell analysis, leveraging both liquid-handling automation and droplet microfluidics. We are looking for a motivated molecular biologist to join our team, assist in the development and application of new molecular approaches, and to coordinate experimental work across the lab.

  • BS or MA in Molecular Biology, Biotechnology, Biochemistry or related field;
  • Familiarity with the Illumina sequencing platform;
  • Demonstrated experience in molecular biology, library preparation, next-generation sequencing approaches;
  • Experience in high-throughput automation, robotics, microfluidic workflows, and/or single cell analysis is a plus;
  • Excellent general laboratory and organizational skills, including the ability to work independently, and to train others in laboratory techniques;
  • Strong multi-tasking skills; willingness and enthusiasm to contribute to diverse research projects, both within the lab and also with collaborators across NYC.  
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About Our Organization

The New York Genome Center (NYGC) is an independent, non-profit organization that leverages the collaborative resources of leading academic medical centers, research universities, and commercial organizations. Our vision is to transform medical research and clinical care in New York and beyond through the creation of one of the largest genomics facilities in North America, integrating sequencing, bioinformatics, and data management, as well as performing cutting-edge genomics research. 

The New York Genome Center is a VEVRAA Federal Contractor. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, or protected veteran status. The New York Genome Center takes affirmative action in support of its policy to hire and advance in employment individuals who are minorities, women, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities.

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