Careers

In CRI, we are open and collaborative. By working together and by integrating science with medicine, we are taking creative approaches and making important discoveries. Our laboratories are always seeking new talent at all levels: recent college graduates, Ph.D. students, and postdoctoral fellows.

If you are interested in joining our institute, we encourage you to explore our current openings and learn more about what makes CRI such a special place to work.

Postdoctoral Positions

Postdoctoral researchers are central to our mission of conducting world-class research. Postdocs in CRI train in a highly collaborative environment, with labs that often work at the intersection of stem cells, cancer, and metabolism. Postdoctoral fellows have the opportunity to acquire the diverse skills needed for independent careers in academia, biotech, and beyond. Learn more about the program.

Candidates are encouraged to reach out directly to the faculty member whose lab they are interested in joining, in addition to exploring the available positions listed below.

Staff Positions

Groundbreaking research requires dedicated staff to push the boundaries of discovery. CRI’s research and administrative employees are the organization’s backbone; they are essential to supporting CRI’s mission. We’re always seeking individuals to join our team as support staff in both laboratory and administrative positions.

Administrative Coordinator

CRI Admin

Research Technician II

Agathocleous Lab

Research Scientist

Morrison Lab

Research Technician II

Morrison Lab

Research Assistant II

Shin Lab

Research Technician II

Shin Lab

Research Associate

Shin Lab

Faculty Positions

Each fall, CRI invites applications for tenure-track faculty positions in the areas of stem cell biology, cancer biology, genetics, and metabolism research. Each candidate must have a Ph.D., M.D., or equivalent degree and the ability to direct an independently funded research program. We are seeking individuals who are dedicated to solving fundamental problems in biology and disease and who wish to work in a highly collaborative scientific environment.

Faculty applications will reopen August 2024.