Postdoctoral positions in COMPUTATIONAL GENOMICS OF CANCER are available in Dr. Alexander Krasnitz’s research group at the Simons Center for Quantitative Biology, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory.
The Krasnitz Group specializes in the early detection of cancer; tumor heterogeneity; single-cell genomics; and immune response to tumors. The Krasnitz Group collaborates closely with several experimental laboratories at CSHL, and the possibility exists for the right candidate to conduct experimental research, alongside computational research in CANCER GENOMICS.
RELEVANT RECENT PAPERS INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING:
Alexander J, Kendall J, McIndoo J, Rodgers L, Aboukhalil R, Levy D, et al. Utility of Single-Cell Genomics in Diagnostic Evaluation of Prostate Cancer. Cancer Res. 78(2):348-358, 2018.
Krasnitz A, Kendall J, Alexander J, Levy D, Wigler M. Early Detection of Cancer in Blood Using Single-Cell Analysis: A Proposal. Trends Mol. Med. 23(7):594-603, 2017.
Kato M, Vasco DA, Sugino R, Narushima D, Krasnitz A. Sweepstake evolution revealed by population-genetic analysis of copy-number alterations in single genomes of breast cancer. R. Soc. Open Sci. 4(9):171060, 2017.