Skirball Institute of Biomolecular Medicine Education
At NYU Langone’s Skirball Institute of Biomolecular Medicine, trainees collaborate with faculty scientists to devise new ways to elucidate the molecular processes underlying health and disease. Our research teams lead innovative projects at the forefront of biomedical inquiry, and their scientific breakthroughs have the potential to transform patient care.
As a trainee, you have access to our world-class facilities and perform research in faculty laboratories. Our labs are adjacent to NYU Langone’s Tisch Hospital and Kimmel Pavilion, enabling basic, clinical, and translational scientists to share ideas and form new partnerships.
Under the mentorship of our faculty, trainees engage in innovative research projects that yield publishable results. Whether you are pursuing a PhD, an MD/PhD, or working as a postdoctoral fellow, our labs are vibrant, rigorous spaces in which to launch your career. Medical students can also complete research concentrations in our faculty labs.
Outside of the lab, our events series brings faculty and trainees together from across NYU Langone. Events include seminars by visiting scientists and weekly works in progress presentations in which graduate students discuss their ongoing research with fellow students and faculty, gaining experience in the art of presentation.
PhD Training Programs
Through NYU Grossman School of Medicine’s Sackler Institute of Graduate Biomedical Sciences, PhD students join our research teams working in modern, well-equipped laboratories. Interdisciplinary PhD training programs span five research areas: genes, cells, and organisms; mechanisms of disease; microbiology, immunology, and infectious disease; neuroscience and physiology; and quantitative biology.
NYU Grossman School of Medicine’s MD/PhD program, a National Institutes of Health–recognized Medical Scientist Training Program, provides rigorous training in both clinical medicine and biomedical research. Faculty from the Skirball Institute and other institutes and departments across NYU Langone mentor future physician–scientists and provide them with the skills to launch successful careers.
NYU Grossman School of Medicine’s postdoctoral training program supports postdoctoral fellows during their research fellowships and helps them navigate career choices and the job market.
If you are interested in a postdoctoral fellowship position in the lab of a particular Skirball Institute faculty member, email the faculty member to ask about current opportunities.
Research Concentrations for Medical Students
As part of NYU Grossman School of Medicine’s Curriculum for the 21st Century, medical students can complete a scholarly concentration in the laboratory of a Skirball Institute faculty member. Medical students conduct 12-week research projects in basic or translational science, focusing on a field of medicine that matches their professional interests.
For more information about declaring a research concentration at the Skirball Institute, email Julia Gelman, PhD, assistant director of training programs, at firstname.lastname@example.org.