Opportunities

Fellowship, internship, and employment opportunities will be posted here when they become available.  If you are interested in partnering with the LSP, please feel free to reach out to the LSP leadership on our Contact page.  Also, please follows us on Twitter and LinkedIn for current information.


Scientific Software Developer

The Laboratory of Systems Pharmacology (LSP) at Harvard Medical School is recruiting a software developer with a background in computational biology to join a DARPA-funded artificial intelligence project that focuses on software agents for two-way human-machine communication in support of basic and translational biomedical research.


Scientist for RNA sequencing and molecular biology

The Harvard Medical School (HMS) Laboratory of Systems Pharmacology (LSP) is looking to hire a staff scientist who will work to support RNA Sequencing (RNA-Seq) projects for investigators in the LSP and in the Single Cell Core (SCC) facility. The LSP’s sequencing technology platform provides training and advice for researches using a variety of RNA-Seq methods. Incumbent will work closely with the Director of the Sequencing Technologies platform to execute LSP Center or Faculty projects.


LSP Bioinformatician

The LSP is looking for a staff bioinformatician or computational biologists to work with data from a variety of experimental platforms with a focus on next-gen sequencing (NGS) technologies. These projects are highly collaborative and include scientists from different disciplines who work with the biomedical research community within the Harvard, MIT, and Broad community, providing you with a unique opportunity to participate in world-class research to make an impact on human health and security.


Baym Lab/LSP Research Assistant

The Baym lab is seeking a full-time research technician to work with scientists in the lab to develop and execute molecular biology techniques for a range of projects. These projects are highly collaborative and include scientists from different disciplines who work with the biomedical research community within the Harvard, MIT, and Broad community, providing you with a unique opportunity to participate in world-class research to make an impact on human health and security.


HiTS Grant Manager

The HiTS Grant Manager (GM) is a member of the HiTS Administrative team, reporting to the Senior Manager of Administration and Finance. The Admin team’s mission is to provide the HiTS community with exceptional human resource, finance, and administration services while ensuring compliance with all applicable federal, sponsor, and University guidelines.