A postdoctoral position studying the genetics of prostate cancer survival is available in the Klein Lab at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai (ISMMS) in New York City. The person hired for this position, which will be co-mentored by Dr. Robert Klein (Genetics) and Dr. Xiaoyu Song (Biostatistics), will conduct in silico genomic analyses aimed at identifying genes in which inherited genetic variation influences survival time in prostate cancer. The successful candidate will have a doctoral degree and experience in a related field such as biostatistics, bioinformatics, human or quantitative genetics, or epidemiology. Besides a competitive stipend, postdocs at Mount Sinai are eligible for a number of benefits including medical, dental, and vision coverage, along with a variety of life insurance and disability plans. ISMMS’ BeneFlex program allows you to tailor these options to suit your own needs. Individuals who are members of groups identified by the NIH as historically underrepresented in science are especially encouraged to apply. Interested indivdiuals should send their CV and a brief description of their research interest in this position to Dr. Klein at Robert.firstname.lastname@example.org.