Scientific Progam Director

The Department of Systems Biology  is looking to hire a Scientific Program Director who will work in a complex, multi-investigator effort to employ powerful gene therapy approaches in pursuit of clinical treatment of radiation toxicity and morbidity using a combination of CRISPR technologies, high-throughput experimental assays, molecular biology, biochemical techniques, and animal studies. We are seeking a candidate who has expertise in project management, scientific writing, grant administration, and regulatory engagement with the FDA for translational studies. Working with the Principal Investigator (PI), the candidate will be responsible for the management, operations and administration of a large multi-million, multi-year DARPA supported effort and the coordination of the associated research and reporting activities as they relate to grant deliverables. This includes making sure scientific progress and/or deliverables occur in a timely fashion, communication of progress occurs amongst collaborating laboratories within and outside of Columbia, and scientific progress is communicated in oral or written form to the funding institution. The candidate will initiate and lead meetings among the scientific staff and will work closely with the PI and research team members to ensure that research studies are completed on time and within budget. Will assist in manuscript preparation and grant writing as needed. Furthermore, the candidate will lead and organize pre-IND regulatory engagement activities with the FDA towards clinical pursuit of desired research objectives as well as assist in potential technology transition of program results towards commercialization. For further details and to apply, visit Jobs at Columbia , under requisition number 096319. 

Faculty All Ranks [Tenured Track/Tenured], Program for Mathematical Genomics

The Program for Mathematical Genomics at Columbia University in New York City invites outstanding candidates to apply for tenure track/tenured faculty positions at the level of Assistant Professor or higher rank. This new program seeks individuals with exceptional accomplishments and abilities in broad areas of mathematical methods development with applications to biological problems and, in particular, in the area of genomics. The successful candidate will join a friendly, highly collaborative faculty and will have access to superb resources. We seek faculty members with a strong commitment to research, mentoring, and teaching, fostering a climate that embraces both excellence and diversity. Applicants must have a PhD in any quantitative discipline, active research in quantitative approaches to biological problems, with particular emphasis in genomics, and must demonstrate the ability to develop a creative independent research program. Applications should be submitted to Sophie Thuault-Restituito (email: st3090@cumc.columbia.edu ) and online , and must include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and a three-page summary of current and proposed research. We also require three letters of recommendation. For full consideration, all materials must be received by December 15, 2018

Technician B

The laboratory of Professor Harris Wang in the Department of Systems Biology is seeking a research Technician B. The work in the Wang laboratory is focused on diverse questions in systems and synthetic biology including mammalian microbiome function, host-microbiome interactions in health and disease, microbial horizontal gene flow, and foundational technology development. The candidate for this position will carry out routine molecular biology and microbiology experiments, microbiome studies in vitro and in animal models, library preparations for next-generation sequencing, and microbial cultivation studies to serve ongoing projects. He/she may also perform general laboratory management responsibilities, including media preparation and ordering of supplies. For a detailed description and to apply, visit Jobs at Columbia , under requisition number 095424.

Laboratory Technician

This is a fulltime technician position in the High-Throughput Screening Facility within the Judith P. Sulzberger Genome Center at Columbia University Irving Medical Center. The candidate will assist in performing High-Throughput Screening Assays, utilizing laboratory automation. For a detailed description and to apply, visit Jobs at Columbia , under requisition number 092257.