The newly formed Soldatov lab is seeking to recruit Postdoctoral Fellows to join us at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC) in New York. The lab is part of a dynamic and highly collaborative Computational Oncology Program, a significant new initiative in the field of Computational Oncology. Motivated by new advances in machine learning and high-resolution sequencing and imaging technologies, the group is focused on important questions arising in understanding normal tissue function and disease dynamics of cancers. Successful candidates will drive key research questions that cross cut the themes of somatic evolution, regulation of cell fate decisions, and organization of the microenvironment. The projects will involve analysis of multi-omics, pooled perturbations and spatially-resolved datasets. The candidates will have an opportunity to focus on developing computational methods, work on ambitious collaborative projects and develop new projects.
Positions are available for candidates who have or will soon have a PhD and a demonstrated track research record in the fields of functional genomics, transcriptomics, computational biology, bioinformatics or related discipline (computer science, physics, data science, statistics). Applications will be considered on scientific merit and we seek to support gender, racial, ethnic, and other underrepresented groups in biomedical sciences, including exceptional candidates for The Henry and Alexia Fernandez Computational Oncology Fellowship. MSK provides strong support for the development of postdocs, competitive salaries and benefits.