Summary Description: The Columbia Department of Urology and Department of Systems Biology seek to Jointly recruit a. Assistant Professor level scientist to be appointed in both the Urology and Systems Biology departments to further our understanding of the regulatory mechanisms and pathways involved in bladder and Prostate Cancer initiation, progression, and in modulating sensitivity to targeted agents.The ideal candidate would have deep expertise in computational systems biology, will have published seminal manuscripts in high impact journal to elucidate mechanisms related to prostate or bladder cancer related phenotypes using systems biology methodologies.
Minimum Qualifications: Ph.D. degree in a relevant scientific are including computational Systems biology, Chemistry, Urology oncology.
Preferred Qualifications: The ideal candidate will have significant training in experimental biology and should be able to either perform relevant biochemical assays in his/her lab or to guide the design of these experiments in collaboration with other labs. two years or more as a Postdoctoral Fellow or Scientist
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