Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC) is a hub of biomedical research, with scientists and physicians working together at the nexus of science and clinical research.
Our investigations range from clinical trials, which test the safety and efficacy of new treatments, to translational research, which serves as a bridge between discoveries in the lab and those in the clinic, to mathematical and computational research analyzing biomedical data. Together, we are making a vital contribution to the development of new and better therapies for the treatment of cancer and allied diseases.
Sloan-Kettering Institute Research Laboratories
Research activities at Sloan-Kettering Institute are organized into eight different programs: Cancer Biology and Genetics, Cell Biology, Computational Biology, Developmental Biology, Immunology, Molecular Biology, Molecular Pharmacology and Chemistry, and Structural Biology. The researchers in these programs explore basic scientific questions relevant to biomedicine. These questions provide opportunities to translate discoveries into clinical applications.
Memorial Hospital Research
Research is an important focus at Memorial Hospital. Our investigations range from clinical trials, which test the safety and efficacy of new treatments, to translational research, which serves as a bridge between discoveries in the lab and those in the clinic, to mathematical and computational research analyzing biomedical data.
Collaborative Research Centers
These virtual Centers foster a new level of collaboration between MSKCC’s clinical and research arms by providing a virtual academic home to a broad spectrum of investigators from disparate but complementary scientific disciplines.
MSKCC supports more than 30 core facilities that are state-of-the-art, professionally run shared resources. The aim of the core facilities is to provide the highest-quality scientific technology and service to the research community in a time-efficient and cost-effective manner. Our Core Facilities include:
Behavioral Research Methods
High-Throughput Drug Screening Facility
Monoclonal Antibody Core Facility
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
Office of Clinical Research
Gene Transfer & Somatic Cell Engineering
Genetically Modified Animal Phenotyping
Genomics Core Laboratory
Geoffrey Beene Translational Oncology
Proteomics & Microchemistry
Radiochemistry & Molecular Imaging Probes
Research Engineering Lab
Single Cell Phospho-Profiling
Stem Cell Research Facility
Web Survey Core
X-Ray Crystallography Facility
We have cutting-edge facilities and resources to provide genome sequencing and analysis services — from experimental design and sample preparation to data analysis and training. At MSKCC, you will have access to high-performance research computing resources, a wealth of stored tumor samples and experience from clinical trials, enhanced access to high-throughput genome sequencing services and computational and bioinformatics support to sustain personalized medicine and cancer genomics studies.
Areas of Opportunity
Collaborate on bench research in state-of-the-art facilities when you join us as a Research Technician or Assistant.
Serve our renowned researchers in support positions such as Animal Care Tech, Analytical Chemistry Specialist, and Bioinformatics expert.
Participate in active clinical studies as a Pathology Data Coordinator or Research Study Assistant, Specialist or Manager.
Contribute to the advancement of science using your expertise as a Bioinformatics Engineer, Bioinformatics Analyst/Scientist or Unix System Administrator.
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center offers advanced laboratory research training for postgraduate biomedical scientists and for physicians in the training stages of research careers.
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