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Bioinformatics Associate

Organization
Weill Cornell Medicine
Job Location
Weill Greenberg Center
1305 York Ave
New York, NY 10021
United States
Benefits

Weill Cornell Medicine offers a competitive salary and a generous benefits package.

Job Description

Applications are invited for a Bioinformatics Associate position in the laboratory of Dr. Ekta Khurana (khuranalab.med.cornell.edu) at Weill Cornell Medicine (WCM) in New York City. The research focus of the lab is on cancer genomics with a special interest in the use of non-coding genome for clinical analysis. As a Bioinformatics Associate, you will participate in data analysis with graduate students and postdocs. Job responsibilities will include the maintenance and continuous improvement of the computational tools developed by the lab.

Requirements

A Masters or Bachelors with experience in computational biology, bioinformatics, or computer science is required. A strong computational background and proficiency in at least one programming language are required.

How to Apply

Interested candidates should send a cover letter, CV and names of three references to Dr. Khurana ([email protected]). Please put the word ‘Bioinformatics-Application-2020’ in the subject line of your email.

About Our Organization

Weill Cornell Medicine is a comprehensive academic medical center located in New York City with multiple joint programs with the neighboring Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center and Rockefeller University and Cornell University in Ithaca. Over the past several years NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center has been rated as one of the top five hospitals in the United States.

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