Our academic collaborators’ seminal contributions push the field forward
Our constellation of renowned thinkers and partners
The right collaborators across pharma, biotech and nonprofit
The next generation of scientific leaders in cancer immunotherapy
Stories & Announcements
PICI in the News
Resources for Press
All the Right Ingredients: A Q&A with the Founders of ArsenalBio
NanoString and Parker Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy Collaborate to Optimize Cell Therapies to Treat Cancer
Five Key Takeaways from the 2021 ASCO Annual Meeting
Develop breakthrough immune therapies to turn all cancers into curable diseases faster
The driving force behind PICI’s research and operations
Transformative science requires visionary philanthropy
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Imagine a world where we don’t fear cancer. At the Parker Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy, our ambition is to radically change the way research is done to make this a reality. Our philosophy is simple:
If you don’t see a suitable position but believe you can contribute to our ambitious mission, submit your resume and cover letter to our career team.
Join forces with talented people cross-functionally. Our open workspace fosters supportive brainstorms and idea generation.
Learn from our top-of-the-industry staff and researchers at science club and “lunch-and-learns.” We invest in every employee’s professional development.
We offer generous vacation, personal and sick time—and telecommuting options.
Our medical, dental and vision coverage for staff and their dependents is 100% company-paid.
Get to know your co-workers better at company picnics, bowling nights and science club.
We value commitment and offer a 403(b) with matching benefits. We offer life and disability insurance.
“At PICI, I have the opportunity to tackle inefficiencies I have seen plague institutions and companies conducting clinical research.”
Biospecimen Operations Principal
“The work we do is collaborative, innovative, exciting and challenging. We’re here to make a difference in cancer research and treatment.”
Director, Culture and Programs