Computational Biologist Post-doctoral Fellow

NYU School of Medicine
Job Location
550 First Avenue
New York, NY 10016
Job Description

Computational Biologist Post-doctoral Fellow

The Drs. Snuderl (, Fenyo ( and Tsirigos ( laboratories at the NYU School of Medicine are seeking a highly motivated, enthusiastic individual to work on exciting clinical proteogenomics projects. This is a great opportunity to quickly acquire new skills, develop and publish new tools and methods, analyze challenging datasets and be a co-author in multiple studies.


  • Develop novel methods for integrating genomics data to generate new insights from biological datasets
  • Work closely with experimental biologists to make exciting discoveries in cancer biology
  • Publish in high-impact journals

Required skills

  • PhD in Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, Computer Science or related disciplines
  • Formal training in statistics and machine learning
  • 3+ years of experience in Unix/Linux systems including HPC environments
  • 3+ years of experience with sequencing data (two of DNA-seq, RNA-seq and ChIP-seq)
  • 3+ years of experience creating customized sequencing analysis pipelines
  • 1+ years of experience in statistics and/or machine learning techniques
  • Scripting languages: Python or Perl
  • Statistical packages: R (preferred) or Matlab.
  • Excellent communication skills with proficiency in written and oral English
How to Apply

Please send your CV to

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