Proteomics/Proteogenomics Postdoc Position available immediately in New York City (Roehrl Lab at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center) 

The Roehrl Lab at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC) in New York City has an immediate postdoc opening for a very motivated Ph.D., M.D., M.D./Ph.D.

The Roehrl Lab is examining various human cancers (colon, lung, pancreas, and sarcomas) using an integrated proteogenomic approach.

They have access to latest instrumentation including Thermo Eclipse and Lumos machines with ETD and FAIMS. In addition, we have a dedicated HPC infrastructure for computing.

The Roehrl Lab is looking for a highly motivated individual who is looking to join an active and growing research group at one of the world’s premier research institutions.

Located in the Upper East Side of Manhattan, The Roehrl Lab has very close ties with Cornell Medical School and Rockefeller University, forming the vibrant Tri-Institutional academic cluster in Manhattan.

What they are looking for: Recent graduate with strong background in proteomics/mass spectrometry, protein extraction, proteomics/genomics informatics, cell culture, molecular biology

What this postdoc offers: Unique ability to study human cancers with proteomic, genomic, and other biophysical approaches; we are studying both patient samples and ex vivo models

One of their goals is to develop the very first clinical pan-cancer deep proteome profiling test for the benefit of cancer patents!

MSKCC offers subsidized housing to eligible incoming postdoctoral fellows.

Come join The Roehrl Lab in NY!

Please contact the PI, Dr. Michael H. Roehrl, at [email protected]

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