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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Early Career Researchers
We have an ambitious mission. Not only do we invest in the talent of today, we train the cancer immunotherapy leaders of tomorrow. Our financial support, access to cutting-edge technology, impressive network of scientists, and resources empower the next generation of leaders. With PICI, these early career researchers can take bold questions and big ideas and turn them into research that has the potential to transform immunotherapy treatments.
Active Scholars, Bridge Fellows and Senior Fellows
Early Career Researchers Supported
Since our inception, we’ve been planning for the future. And the brightest young investigators in cancer immunotherapy are the future. In 2016, we launched the Parker Scholars, Parker Bridge Fellows and Parker Senior Fellows to support the most ambitious early career researchers. Risk-taking is required. New thinking is mandatory. We challenge them to explore their boldest ideas to propel the field forward. We equip them with cutting-edge tools and technologies. We give them access to data from clinical trials and pre-published papers. We connect them with leading researchers and their peers in cancer immunotherapy. We do our part so they can focus on advancing their science. The end goal: a future where we don’t have to fear cancer.
Stimulating discussion. New connections. Big research ideas. Every year, PICI organizes an annual Young Investigator Retreat to gather rising stars in cancer immunotherapy from our member institutions so they can get to know their peers in the field, exchange ideas and ignite new ones. Based on input from these early career researchers, we create a program so they get the most out of the day: