Careers/Jobs

Position: Postdoctoral Research Scientist - Molecular biology/Cell biology/Biochemistry

Department: Center for Radiological Research at the Columbia University Irving Medical Center

Position Summary:

Postdoctoral Research Scientist position is available at Columbia University Irving Medical Center, Center for High Throughput Minimally Invasive Biodosimetry. The work will be in support of our mouse core and will be focused on the analysis of the effects of radiation on mouse tissues including the mouse hematopoietic system and human hematopoietic system reconstituted in immunodeficient mice. These studies involve flow cytometry, cytogenetic analysis, and other basic methodologies. Collaborations will be with Center’s Cytogenetics, Gene expression, and Metabolomic components.

Ph.D. in Biochemistry/Molecular Biology or a related field with expertise in cellular biology, cell-based assays, and animal studies. An applicant with background in radiation biology, cytogenetics and immunology are encouraged to apply.

To Apply: Postdoctoral Research Scientist Position 

Position: Technician B

Department: Center for Radiological Research at the Columbia University Irving Medical Center

Position Summary:

Columbia University's Center for Radiological Research is in search of Technician B. The candidate will conduct research related to the effects of radiation on mice. The project will entail mouse colony maintenance, irradiation of mice, blood and tissue collection from mice, blood cell analysis by flow cytometry and RNA isolation. 

Requires a bachelor's degree in chemistry, biology, physics or related science or equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.  

To Apply: Technician B

Position: Technician B

Department: Center for Radiological Research at the Columbia University Irving Medical Center

Position Summary:

A Technician position is available in a group developing novel treatments to prevent acute radiation syndrome. The laboratory is part of the Center for Radiological Research (https://www.crr.columbia.edu) in the Department of Radiation Oncology at Columbia University, and the project is a collaboration with other laboratories in the Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center (http://cancer.columbia.edu). The technician will be trained to work with mice and human cell lines. This will be a team effort and the technician will be expected to maintain records and communicate with the team, in addition to completing scientific and technical tasks in a timely fashion to maintain a smoothly functioning laboratory. 

Requires a bachelor's degree in chemistry, biology, physics or related science or equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.

To Apply: Technician B