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Research Analyst


Cancer Research Institute

Remote/Flexible | New York, NY

Posted October 5

Job Description


The Organization

Cancer Research Institute (CRI) is a leading New York-based nonprofit dedicated to the development of cancer immunotherapies—a novel class of treatments that direct a patient’s own immune system to find and attack cancer cells, anywhere in the body. Established in 1953, CRI has funded thousands of researchers who have pioneered many of the key discoveries that have led to the extraordinary cancer immunotherapies that are now saving patients’ lives around the world. The organization currently provides about $30 to 40 million to support the field annually, spanning the entire continuum of basic discovery through early-stage clinical development of novel cancer immunotherapies. CRI prides itself on its several prominent research programs which are both globally esteemed and innovatively designed to address specific unmet needs in the field and to foster novel modes of collaboration among the world’s top researchers. The organization has ~30 full time employees and is headquartered in downtown Manhattan in New York City.

 

The Opportunity

The role offers this high-performing individual an opportunity to work in a well-capitalized nonprofit organization and to lead work that will have direct impact on the development of potentially curative treatments for all types of cancer. They will be able to collaborate with CRI’s scientific leadership as well as pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and clinical trial management partners. The individual will also be able to stay on top of key immunotherapy trends and developments in oncology.

 

The Research Analyst will be an integral team member of one of CRI’s flagship programs, the Clinical Accelerator—a unique global collaboration of more than 80 of the field’s top clinical researchers and over 20 top biopharma companies designed to identify novel combinations of cancer immunotherapies that may hold transformational promise for patients. The program provides philanthropic investment and clinical resources to accelerate the clinical development of CRI-supported clinical studies.

 

Working closely with the Clinical Accelerator’s leadership, the successful candidate will be an integral part of the program’s scientific diligence efforts, including:

 

Professional experiences of successful candidates:

 

Personal characteristics of successful candidates:

 

Compensation

Cancer Research Institute is prepared to offer the successful candidate a competitive compensation package that includes base salary, free health insurance, generous retirement benefits, and performance-based bonuses, similar to those from for-profit organizations.

 

Work location

This position is for a full-time employee based in CRI’s headquarters in downtown Manhattan in New York City. CRI staff are currently working remotely and the return to work plan is still being developed, but it is expected to be implemented in Fall 2021.



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