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 Paula Ralph-Birkett (email: pr2470@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.

Postdoctoral Research Scientist

Columbia’s Department of Systems Biology is seeking a qualified candidate for a Postdoctoral Research Scientist (computational) position in Dr. Andrea Califano’s laboratory . Candidates possessing both experimental and computational backgrounds will be especially well suited to fill this position. The integration of quantitative analysis, high-throughput experimentation, and technology development is the hallmark of systems biology at Columbia. The Postdoctoral Research Scientist will work collaboratively on multidisciplinary teams to map and reconstruct cell regulatory networks at the molecular level; use computational models to predict how genomic and epigenomic diversity processed by these networks leads to physiologic or pathologic phenotypes; experimentally validate the computational predictions that are derived from these models; and develop new technologies for studying biology at the systems level. For the full job description and to apply, visit Jobs at Columbia , requisition number 0000785.

Associate Research Scientist

Columbia’s Department of Systems Biology is seeking a qualified candidate for a senior level research position of Associate Research Scientist (computational) in Dr. Andrea Califano’s laboratory . Candidates should have strong scientific and postdoctoral experience. Candidates possessing both experimental and computational backgrounds will be especially well suited to fill this position. The integration of quantitative analysis, high-throughput experimentation, and technology development is the hallmark of systems biology at Columbia. The Associate Research Scientist will work collaboratively on multidisciplinary teams to map and reconstruct cell regulatory networks at the molecular level; use computational models to predict how genomic and epigenomic diversity processed by these networks leads to physiologic or pathologic phenotypes; experimentally validate the computational predictions that are derived from these models; and develop new technologies for studying biology at the systems level. For the full job description and to apply, visit Jobs at Columbia , requisition number 0000786