The Department of Genetic Medicine at Weill Cornell Medical College in New York City has an opening for a post-doctoral fellowship to begin immediately in our Pulmonary Genetic Medicine T32 program. We offer cutting edge basic, translational, and clinical research programs related to pulmonary genetic medicine. Areas of research focus include: genomics and gene expression, gene therapy, statistical genetics and bioinformatics, airway stem/progenitor cell biology, epidemiology and phenotyping, and regulatory affairs. See http://geneticmedicine.weill.cornell.edu/ for more information regarding the Chairman, Dr. Ronald Crystal, and other faculty in the Department of Genetic Medicine. The T32 program includes structured mentoring, instruction in professionalism and ethics, and opportunities for publication and presentation of research at national or international venues.
Successful candidates will have a track record of active research as evidenced by recent, high quality publications in a relevant field. Candidates must hold a doctoral degree (PhD, MD, or MD/PhD) and be a U.S. citizen or green-card holder (permanent resident) to be eligible for this federal government-funded position. Women and underrepresented minority applicants are especially encouraged to apply.
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