Positions Available

Currently, two funded positions (with full-time salary support) are available, either for a computational biologist, a bioinformatics analyst, a pathologist, etc. (either a postdoctoral fellow or a research scientist).

A computational biologist / bioinformatics analyst requires a bachelor, master, or doctoral degree in bioinformatics, computational biology, computer science (or related field), and relevant research experience.

A pathologist requires a MD (or equivalent), postgraduate pathology training, and anatomic pathology skills.

Self-funded fellows are always welcome, regardless of open positions!   We will support you to get your own funding, in order to join the MPE Lab.

We are not seeking visiting scientists / visiting scholars / visiting students who can stay only for a short period (such as one summer season).

Please email me (sogino [at] bwh [dot] harvard [dot] edu) your CV.  Please pass this information to anyone who may be interested.  Please pardon me if I cannot reply to you because of too many applications.

Congratulations!

Our lab members are very productive, and many of the past lab members have faculty or independent positions in universities and other institutions around the world (click the People tab above).  Some of the members are highly recognized to receive awards, honors and prizes as follows (limiting to recent awards) (most of numerous fellowship grants that our lab members got are not listed) (Awards and honors for Shuji Ogino are listed on the About Shuji Ogino page):

Congratulations to Dr. Tomotaka Ugai, who received the Harvard Chan PDA (Postdoctoral Association) Fall Conference Award in 2021!

Congratulations to Dr. Mai Chan Lau, who received Harvard Medical school Pathology Annual Retreat 2019 Poster Distinction in 2019!

Congratulations to Dr. Tsuyoshi Hamada and Dr. Daniel Nevo, who received MPE Trainee Award at the Fourth International Molecular Pathological Epidemiology (MPE) Meeting in 2018!

Congratulations to Dr. Jennifer Browsky and Dr. Chunxia Du, who received MPE Rising Investigator Award at the Fourth International Molecular Pathological Epidemiology (MPE) Meeting in 2018!

Congratulations to Dr. Reiko Nishihara, who is going to receive George Michalopoulos Junior Faculty Travel Award from American Society for Investigative Pathology (ASIP) at ASIP Annual Meeting at Experimental Biology 2017.

Congratulations to Dr. Reiko Nishihara, who was promoted to Assistant Professor of Pathology, and became Co-PI of the MPE Lab in December 2016!

Congratulations to Dr. Jonathan Nowak and Dr. Mingyang Song, who received MPE Trainee Award at the Third International Molecular Pathological Epidemiology (MPE) Meeting in 2016!

Congratulations to Dr. Yin Cao, who received MPE Best Score Abstract Award at the Third International Molecular Pathological Epidemiology (MPE) Meeting in 2016!

Congratulations to Dr. Reiko Nishihara, who received NCI K07 award (without revising it) starting in September 2014 (through 2019) with Dr. Andrew T. Chan as a co-primary mentor, because of her superb accomplishments and qualifications!

Congratulations to Dr. Mingyang Song and Dr. Atsuhiro Masuda, who received “Molecular Pathological Epidemiology (MPE) Trainee Award” at the Second International MPE Meeting in 2014!

Congratulations to Dr. Xuehong Zhang, who received “Molecular Pathological Epidemiology (MPE) Rising Investigator Award” at the Second International MPE Meeting in 2014!

Congratulations to Dr. Jonathan A. Nowak, who has received the 2015 Stanley L. Robbins, M.D. Memorial Research Fund Award for his project, “Molecular mechanisms of tumor budding as a window into intratumoral heterogeneity in colorectal adenocarcinoma”!  This work is being conducted in collaboration with Dr. Andrew H. Beck (co-supervisor) at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.