Cancer genomics and tumor evolution post doctoral fellowship

NYGC and Weill Cornell Medicine
Job Location
new york, NY
Job Description

The lab develops computational and experimental tools to study cancer evolution. Our research is geared towards uncovering basic principles in evolutionary biology, using both patient derived samples and experimental systems for modeling cancer evolution. In addition, we seek to apply this knowledge to designing the next generation of precision medicine tools to overcome cancer evolution, as a central challenge to cancer cure today. More information to be found at


The Landau lab is seeking exceptional post doctoral candidate with background in quantitative biology, applied maths or computer science. The post doctoral fellow will work as part of a collaborative team with experimental biologists, clinicians and computational biologists on highly data intensive projects.

Compensation for successful postdoc fellows is highly competitive. All employees are eligible for full benefits and subsidized housing is available for postdoctoral fellows.

How to Apply

Please send your CV to: dlandau [at]

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