Associate Research Scientist
Institute for Cancer Genetics
The Palomero lab studies the genetics and mechanisms of transformation in Peripheral T-cell Lymphoma (PTCL), a heterogenous group of mature T-cell malignancies. Positions as Associate Research Scientists are available to study “mechanisms of drug resistance” in the Palomero Lab at Columbia University’s Institute for Cancer Genetics.
Candidates must have a strong background in molecular biology, enzymatic assays and protein structure and functional characterization. Moreover, candidates must show a record of productive research and should be very motivated to conduct research.
The Associate Research Scientist position requires a PhD or equivalent doctoral degree plus three years of relevant work experience in molecular biology, genetics, cancer research, or a related field.
Applicants are encouraged to view https://www.vagelos.columbia.edu/profile/teresa-m-palomero-vazquez-phd for research information on the Palomero Lab and view https://www.vagelos.columbia.edu/departments-centers/institute-cancer-genetics for information on Columbia University’s Institute for Cancer Genetics.
To apply, use the following link: https://academic.careers.columbia.edu/#!/94986
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