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.


Director, Harvard-MIT Center for Regulatory Science

Harvard Medical School seeks to recruit an outstanding faculty as Director for the Harvard-MIT Center for Regulatory Science (HMCRS). The Director will lead research, education and outreach activities for the Center. Eligible candidates will have an existing appointment at the rank of Professor or Associate Professor at Harvard Medical School, Harvard University, or a Harvard-affiliated institution. She or he will have an established record as a leader in translational biomedicine, drug development, regulatory science or a related discipline.


HiTS Senior Finance Administrator

HiTS is hiring a Senior Finance Administrator (SFA) to join the HiTS Administrative team. 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. The SFA will lead the HiTS pre and post award responsibilities as well as manage their own assigned portfolio of sponsored research funding and other accounts. The SFA will manage two Grant Managers. Will serve as the lead all HiTS sponsored research administration matters. May act as the research unit representative at the School/University level and provide technical advice and problem resolution for HiTS on research administration.


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.


Fellowship for Innovative Single-Cell Discovery Platform for Women’s Cancers

The Harvard Medical School (HMS) Laboratory of Systems Pharmacology (LSP) and Women’s Cancer Program at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (DFCI) seeks an outstanding postdoctoral fellow who will use innovative single-cell methods to study mechanisms of immunotherapy response and resistance in patient tumors.  The fellow will be based in the laboratories of Dr. Peter Sorger at HMS and Dr. Beth Mittendorf at DFCI, where he/she will routinely interact with physicians, basic scientists and computational biologists to conduct high impact translational research.  The fellow’s research efforts will directly inform the design of novel clinical trials of immunotherapy for breast and ovarian cancer.


Research Pathologist for Innovative Single-Cell Discovery Platform for Women’s Cancers

The Harvard Medical School (HMS) Laboratory of Systems Pharmacology (LSP) and Women’s Cancer Program at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (DFCI) seeks an outstanding Research Pathologist who will use innovative single-cell methods to study mechanisms of immunotherapy response and resistance in patient tumors.  The Pathologist will be based in the laboratories of Dr. Peter Sorger at HMS and Dr. Beth Mittendorf at DFCI, and will work closely with Dr. Sandro Santagata at Brigham and Women’s Hospital where he/she will routinely interact with physicians, basic scientists and computational biologists to conduct high impact translational research.  The fellow’s research efforts will directly inform the design of novel clinical trials of immunotherapy for breast and ovarian cancer.