Postdoctoral positions are available at the Albert Einstein Cancer Center, a major NCI-designated research institute with a broad spectrum of interdisciplinary programs and core laboratory facilities.
Research opportunities encompass:
Roles of the PI3 kinase signaling pathway in hematopoiesis & leukemia - Dr. Kira Gritsman
Roleof stromal niche in intestinal stem cell homeostasis and gastrointestinal malignancies - Dr. Subhrajit Saha
Postdoctoral Position in Analysis of Glioblastoma Invasion - Dr. Jeffrey Segall
DNA Repair in cells under genotoxic stress - Dr. Carl Schildkraut
Replication of telomeres in human embryonic stem cells - Dr. Carl Schildkraut
Cell fate decisions of normal- and leukemia-stem cells - Dr. Keisuke Ito
Study of Human Papillomavirus molecular Pathogenesis - Dr. Robert Burk
The epigenetics of lung carcinogenesis - Dr. Spivak
Glycans in cancer, immunity, development and Notch signalling - Dr. P. Stanley
Studies on intestinal stem cell secretomes - Dr. Mani
Resistance mechanisms targeted and anti-angiogenic drugs - Drs. Schwartz and Perez-Soler
Drug transporters - molecule genetics, resistance, structure-function - Dr. I. D. Goldman
Postdoctoral Position in Drosophila development - Dr. Nicholas Baker
Postdoctoral training in cell and cancer biology of metastasis - Drs. Maja Oktay and John Condeelis
To learn more about these projects and their faculty members, please click on the links above. You may also contact the individual faculty member listed above.
The Albert Einstein College of Medicine is located in a residential area of the North East Bronx in close proximity to City Island and Westchester County with easy access to Manhattan. Apply through the Cancer Center Web Page, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or write to: Dr. Richard Seither, Associate Director for Administration, Albert Einstein Cancer Center, Jack and Pearl Resnick Campus, Chanin Two, 1300 Morris Park Avenue, Bronx, New York 10461.
The Albert Einstein College of Medicine is an equal opportunity employer.