Center for Human Genetics & Genomics Available Positions
The Center for Human Genetics and Genomics is looking for accomplished scientists to join our team. Below are available job opportunities.
We have open postdoc positions in our laboratories. Visit NYU Langone’s list of available postdoctoral positions for more details.
Genetic Basis of Sex Differences in Autism—Chakravarti Lab
The laboratory of Aravinda Chakravarti, PhD, has recently received funding for a major project to investigate the genetic basis of sex differences in autism, and seeks a postdoctoral fellow to analyze whole genome sequence and gene expression data to decipher the sex-specific and sex-independent brain regulatory machinery in autism.
Learn more about the postdoctoral fellow position and how to apply.
Genomics of Developmental Disorders—Chakravarti Lab
The laboratory of Aravinda Chakravarti, PhD, seeks a postdoctoral fellow to investigate the genetic and functional dissection of Hirschsprung disease, a multifactorial disorder of the enteric nervous system resulting from failure of intestinal innervation. We are exploring the developmental mechanisms that are compromised in children with the disease and, in turn, how normal innervation occurs.
Learn more about the Chakravarti Lab.
To apply or to obtain more information about the position, email Dr. Chakravarti at email@example.com.
Genomics Technology Development—Evrony Lab
The laboratory of Gilad D. Evrony, MD, PhD, is seeking a postdoctoral fellow to develop new single-cell genomics approaches for studying brain development and the origins of brain tumors. Our lab is focused on creating foundational new technologies for genomics and neuroscience with broad impact. We are building a diverse team and welcome applicants who enjoy working on cutting-edge technologies in an interdisciplinary environment.
To apply, send a brief letter of interest and a CV to Dr. Evrony at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learn more about the Evrony lab.
Associate Research Technician
The Center for Human Genetics and Genomics is hiring an associate research technician. This is an entry-level position that provides the right candidate with extensive laboratory experience including performing basic experiments, collaborating with lab staff, and helping to keep lab operations running smoothly.
Learn more about the associate research technician position and how to apply.
Director of Cancer Genomics
Perlmutter Cancer Center and the Center for Human Genetics and Genomics are accepting applications for the Director of Cancer Genomics position at NYU Grossman School of Medicine.
The successful applicant to lead this new joint initiative must be eligible for appointment at the associate or full professor level. We seek a dynamic, creative, innovative, and collaborative individual to develop and implement a strategic plan for cancer genetics and genomics; establish a world-leading, National Institutes of Health–funded laboratory in cancer genetics and genomics; and provide advice regarding the clinical implementation of cancer genetics and genomics across NYU Langone Health.
See more details about the Director of Cancer Genomics position and how to apply.