Weill Cornell Medical College
Job Location
New York, NY 10022
Job Description

Weill Cornell Medical College 


Hematology/Medical Oncology


Founded in 1898, and affiliated with what is now New York-Presbyterian Hospital since 1927, Weill Cornell Medical College is among the top-ranked clinical and medical research centers in the country. In addition to offering degrees in medicine, Cornell also has Ph.D. programs in biomedical research and education at the Weill Graduate School of Medical Sciences, and with neighboring Rockefeller University and the Sloan-Kettering Institute, has established a joint MD-PhD. program for students to intensify their pursuit of Cornell's triple mission of education, research, and patient care.



Weill Cornell Medical College seeks a highly motivated professional PhD for a Postdoctoral position to explore the role of nuclear topology of B-cells using high throughput sequencing and its effect on gene expression in normal and malignant cells. The work will be performed under the supervision of Dr. Ari Melnick, Professor of hematology and Oncology. The applicant would join a thriving and highly interactive research team including cancer biologists, immunologists, hematopathologists, and computational biologists.


  • Requirements: PhD in bioinformatics, biostatistics, computer science or related field. Experience in nuclear topology studies. Must have extensive experience with large-scale computational and statistical analysis.



Appointments are for one year, with renewal based upon satisfactory performance and funding availability.


Excellent benefits package (includes tuition reimbursement).


Please send cover letter and resume to:

Attn: Ari Melnick, M.D.


Weill Cornell Medical CollegeEOE/M/F/D/V


Please refer to Job Number 25617





Weill Cornell Medical College's educational mission emphasizes the importance of combining a strong foundation in the medical sciences with extensive clinical training in patient care. By promoting a true social commitment, stimulating creativity, and fostering independent thought and study, Weill Cornell Medical College continues to cultivate the best of tomorrow's leaders in the field of medicine.

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