Available Positions

  • Scientific Programmer
    We are looking for a candidate to scale up our existing sequencing data and analysis pipelines as well as develop new ones. Applicants should have a degree in CS or a quantitative field and 5+ years of experience with the UNIX environment and languages such as Python, R, C, or Java. Coursework in data structures, algorithms, machine learning, and statistics and familiarity with Illumina sequencing data analysis are highly desirable. While a background in biology is a plus, we welcome those with the interest and motivation to learn a new field.
  • Postdoctoral Fellow
    We are always looking for talented Fellows to join our group. Candidates with both experimental and computational experience are welcome.
  • Students
    Undergraduate or Masters students majoring in technical fields should contact us regarding internship possibilities during the school year or the summer. We accept NYUMC graduate students through the Vilcek Institute of Graduate Biomedical Sciences. Related Vilcek programs include:

Visa sponsorship: We welcome international candidates and can sponsor J-1 visas.

To apply: please contact Matthew Maurano at: maurano@nyu.edu


January 2022
A paper co-first authored by former lab member Nick Vulpescu on finding target genes of GWAS loci has been accepted at Human Genetics. Nick is now doing a PhD in the Velculescu lab at JHU. A second paper, Analysis of genomic context sensitivity, by Andre, Megan, Raven, and Ran has been accepted for publication in Genome Research.

December 2021
PhD student Raquel Moya's first co-authored paper on the genetics of sudden unexplained death in childhood is out in PNAS.

July 2021
The lab is happy to welcome Hannah Ashe and Gwen Ellis!

May 2021
Our paper on tissue-specific regulatory variation has been published in Nature Communications.

March 2021
Ran's Big-IN paper has been published in PNAS.