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The Xavier Lab is seeking a Postdoctoral Research Scholar to join our Computational Systems and Biology program at Memorial Sloan Kettering. The ideal candidate has a track record of computation and experiment in systems biology. We will consider experimentalists who want to gain computational skills and computational biologists who want to gain experimental skills.
The Xavier lab is collaborative: Our team members are trained in diverse areas such as physics, cancer biology, and microbiology. Recent interests include metabolic rewiring in cancer cells, the interaction between gut microbes and colorectal cancer and the ecology of the gut microbiome. We collaborate with physician-scientists to explore the clinical translation of our basic science.
At the Computational and Systems Biology program, we offer competitive salaries above the MSK table (see https://www.mskcc.org/education-training/postdoctoral/resources-postdocs/compensation-benefits-resources). The Xavier lab has an excellent track record of training postdocs for their careers of choice in academics and industry (see https://xavierlab.org/people/). MSK offers outstanding resources for the advancement of postdocs, including guidance in grant writing and job searching.
For more details e-mail Joao Xavier at firstname.lastname@example.org and check our webpage at https://www.mskcc.org/research/ski/labs/joao-xavier.
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Salary: $55,439 – $100,940
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