The Geri Lab at Weill Cornell Medicine is located in the Upper East Side of Manhattan on the 16th floor of the Belfer Research Building. Weill Cornell Medicine is at the heart of a vibrant and highly collaborative scientific environment created by the confluence of several leading biomedical research centers: New York Presbyterian / Weill Cornell Medicine, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, and Rockefeller University, which together form a tight research community. The Geri Lab can accept PhD students enrolled in the Pharmacology PhD Program at Weill Cornell, and also the Tri-Institutional PhD Program in Chemical Biology (TPCB), which is offered jointly by the three institutions. We are also affiliated with the Sandra and Edward Meyer Cancer Center, where we are engaged in several collaborative projects. The lab is adjacent to the Tri-Institutional Therapeutics Discovery Institute, which facilitates the translation of research ideas into advanced drug candidates, and is engaged in several collaborative research efforts. The location in the Upper East Side offers rapid access from the lab to cultural points of interest in NYC, such as Lincoln Center, Broadway, and Central Park within a 30 minute walk and is close to the Q-line subway station at 72nd street and 2nd avenue.