We at the Parker Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy imagine a world where no lives are cut short by cancer. We believe that real collaboration – one that spans across industry, academia and non-profit – will make this a reality.
We hold ourselves accountable to the science. We break through bureaucracy. We rethink traditional research to get new treatments to patients faster. If you share this mission and have the right experience, join us.
We act with uncompromising honesty and integrity.
Respect the team
Authentic collaboration and communication are core to us.
Dare to innovate
Be decisive. Take risks. Dream big.
Commit to solving cancer
Our common goal to develop life-saving immune therapies unites us.
Love where you work
Take ownership in making PICI an exceptional place to be.
Improve Lives. Starting Here.
We provide the resources for you to do your best work.
Collaboration is key to bringing therapies to patients faster. Our beautiful open office encourages teamwork.
Continue to Learn
Hear about the latest in cancer research from world-renowned guest speakers. Keep learning through our tuition assistance program.
Generous vacation, personal and sick time and telecommuting options to find the balance you need.
Company-paid medical, dental and vision coverage for employees and dependents. Unlimited nutritious snacks in our kitchen.
Picnics, bowling nights, PICI lunches, science club…need we say more?
Plan for Your Future
We offer a 403(b) with matching benefits. We have you covered with life and disability insurance too.
“At PICI, I have the opportunity to tackle inefficiencies I have seen plague institutions and companies conducting clinical research.”
Clinical Research Associate
“As a cancer survivor I’m thrilled to be working to improve the health and life of current and future cancer patients.”
Vice President, Business Operations
“I love helping researchers with data. Informatics allows us to analyze data faster, leaving time to solve bigger problems in cancer.”
“The work we do is collaborative, innovative, exciting and challenging; we’re here to make a difference in cancer research and treatment.”
Program Manager, Clinical Development