Opportunities in Drug Discovery and Translational Medicine in Cambridge, MA
Collaborate with forward-thinking scientists in our
fully integrated, state-of-the-art R&D facility.
Our newest research and development facility is located in the heart of Massachusetts’ vibrant ecosystem of world-class science, innovation and business opportunities. We are seeking talented and passionate professionals from different scientific disciplines to work together to better understand and help overcome resistance to current immuno-oncology (I-O) therapies.
The importance of our work in Cambridge.
Our newest research center in Cambridge’s Kendall Square helps us continue to deliver on our mission. While I-O therapies are revolutionizing the treatment of cancer, not all patients respond to current therapies. In Cambridge, we focus on innovative targets and pathways for tumors that are refractory to current I-O therapies.
Opening labs in Cambridge presents an ideal environment for collaboration with biotech, biopharma and academia to generate insights as a collective research community. Our culture of collaboration operates with the agility of a biotech company and the resources of a pharma company.
Join our fully integrated team of world-class scientists, who bring together unique skillsets across bioinformatics, translational research and discovery science, among other areas, for continued scientific advancement.
We drive research forward to make precision medicine a reality for more patients.
We are transforming the way certain cancers are treated. Our broad early oncology portfolio, paired with investments in translational medicine to deepen our understanding of disease biology and predictive biomarkers, help us move toward our goal of making precision medicine a reality for more patients.
Make a difference in our Research & Development facility in Cambridge
- Oncology Discovery roles including Proteomics, Genomics, Protein Sciences, Chemistry, Oncology IT and Global Clinical Operations
- Translational Medicine roles including Bioinformatics, Proteomics, Translation Research and Clinical Mechanisms