Help us find a cure
We are always looking for highly motivated and driven individuals to join our team. This is an opportunity to be a part of a national movement to rapidly identify new drugs that will save the lives of those battling advanced brain tumors. If this sounds like something you’d like to be a part of, view a list of our current job openings below.
Research Assistant Professor
We are actively recruiting for a Research Assistant Professor who will be responsible for generating new patient-derived xenograft models (PDX). This individual will also plan and oversee trials with experimental drugs in preclinical models (immunocompromised and immunocompetent).
Postdoctoral Associate – Pharmacokinetics
We are looking for an individual to join the PK Lab team as a Postdoctoral Associate. The candidate should have a strong background in chemical/pharmaceutical sciences with a reasonable working knowledge in translational research. Candidates who have experience in LC-MS/MS-based method development/validation and can demonstrate competency in pharmacokinetic data analysis will be preferred.
Postdoctoral Fellow- Pharmacodynamics
We are currently recruiting a highly motivated and driven Postdoctoral Fellow, preferably a recent graduate (Ph.D., M.D., DVM), to join our PD Laboratory team. A background in the field of Cancer Biology, Genetics, Pharmacology, Neurobiology, or Molecular and Cellular Biology will be considered. Prior experience in conducting drug treatment studies and knowledge of signal transduction pathways is preferred.
Postdoctoral Fellow I – Preclinical
We are seeking a highly motivated and driven Postdoctoral Fellow, preferably a recent graduate (Ph.D., M.D., DVM) to join our in vivo/in vitro modeling team. Prior experience in conducting drug treatment studies and knowledge of signal transduction pathways is preferred.
Research Technician I – Pharmacokinetics
We are looking for a Research Technician to join the PK Laboratory team to perform UHPLC and LC-MS/MS analysis of preclinical and clinical samples. This position is responsible for the receipt, organization, testing, and reporting of daily preclinical and patient specimens. The laboratory has a CAP/CLIA certification and laboratory technician will adhere to protocols and quality measures while performing sample preparation and analyzing preclinical and patient results.
Research Technician II – Preclinical
We are currently recruiting a highly motivated and driven Research Technician II (B.S. or M.S.) to join our in vivo/in vitro team. Candidates with experience in preclinical studies are desirable. Prior experience in conducting drug treatment studies and knowledge of signal transduction pathways is preferred.
Regulatory Project Manager
Our clinical operations team is seeking a Regulatory Project Manager who will be responsible and accountable for providing the coordination and leadership necessary for successful delivery of pre-clinical and clinical projects from initiation to implementation to close-out of assigned research activities of preclinical, sponsor-investigator, investigator-initiated and industry-sponsored trials. Professional certification in research (CCRP, CCRC, or PMP) is preferred.
Principal Gift Officer
We are seeking an experienced, take-charge professional with the ability to provide the vision, strategy and leadership in securing high value major gifts to support the Ivy Brain Tumor Center. The Principal Gift Officer will be responsible for securing 4-6 gifts at $1 million and above to generate $6 million in revenue annually. This funding will be critical to the sustainability and success of the Ivy Brain Tumor Center, and central in its ability to cure brain cancer within the decade.