PUCL JOB#1133 -Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, NY (POSTED April 10, 2016)

New positions available at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, NY

The Flow Cytometry Core Facility (FCCF) at MSKCC is a Shared Resource Laboratory focused on supporting research and developing novel solutions in the field of Cytometry. With this goal, we are building a team of highly specialized and scientifically-driven staff to support research on the battle against cancer. We are currently seeking passionate, curious, and motivated technical and/or scientific people to fulfill the following positions:

Flow Cytometry Core Manager:

Flow Cytometry Specialist:

Flow Cytometry Technician:   

Please click the respective links if you want to join our team, and don’t forget to send an email directly to Rui Gardner, Head of the Flow Cytometry Core Facility at MSKCC.


Located in the heart of NYC, surrounded by highly reputable universities and medical centers, Memorial Sloan Kettering stands out as a leading Cancer Center in the US, offering the opportunity to work in a vibrant and exciting community of researchers and flow cytometrists.

Why NYC?

NYC itself thrives with network opportunities to meet and discuss with highly established Flow cytometrists from the neighboring Core Facilities. These include weekly seminars on Flow technology and science throughout the year, monthly meetings that include the 1st Wednesday Flow Club social evening and the Big Apple Flow Network (BAFN) discussions on research and technical developments in Flow, as well as the annual meetings that include MetroFlow and the ABRF chapter NERLSCD. As it stands currently, NYC is one of the largest Flow Cytometry hubs in the world, with MSKCC as one of its major contributors.

Looking forward to hear from you!

Rui Gardner, PhD
Head, Flow Cytometry Core Facility

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
417 East 68th Street, New York, NY 10065
ZRC Z-1602 Office:646.888.2369

ZRC Z-1634 Facility: 646.888.2381
RRL 9-953 Facility: 212.639.5162 | 212.639.5163

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