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21 days ago

Associate Professor

City of Hope Duarte, CA

The Department of Cancer Biology within the Beckman Research Institute of City of Hope invites applications from qualified individuals for a faculty… City of Hope

20 days ago

Associate Research Professor

City of Hope Duarte, CA

City of Hope, an innovative biomedical research, treatment and educational institution with over 4000 employees, is dedicated to the prevention and… City of Hope

18 days ago

Regulatory Affairs Specialist

City of Hope Duarte, CA

The Regulatory Specialist III will hold responsibility for the compilation, review and subsequent preparation of Pre and Initial IND filings, to… City of Hope

5 days ago

Facility Design & Construction Senior Director

City of Hope Duarte, CA

include strategic planning, budgeting, directing consultants and contractors in the development of all capital renovation projects for all areas of… City of Hope

12 days ago

Health & Safety Specialist

City of Hope Duarte, CA

• Provides technical safety information regarding chemical and other hazards to management personnel of other… City of Hope

14 days ago

Post-Doctoral Fellow - Stem Cell & Leukemia

City of Hope Duarte, CA

A postdoctoral research fellow position is available in the Laboratory of Dr. Ya-Huei Kuo in the Department of Hematopoietic Stem Cell and Leukemia… City of Hope

5 days ago

Clinical Nurse - BSN

City of Hope Duarte, CA

(Outpatient Surgery Clinics/Medical Specialty 2A) ? Clinic 2A includes gynecologic oncology, medical specialty and hematology services. Perfect… City of Hope

14 days ago

Clinical Nurse - BSN-Medical Oncology Infusion

City of Hope Duarte, CA

The 3C Clinic is comprised of 10 chemotherapy infusion rooms and three infusion chairs, and includes a patient/family waiting and learning center… City of Hope

14 days ago

Cytogenetic Technologist

City of Hope Duarte, CA

• Construct and interpret karyotypes using standardized ISCN. Tissue Culture technique. Microscopy Training in genetics and molecular biology… City of Hope

1 day ago

Center for Biomedicine and Genetics Associate Senior – new

City of Hope Duarte, CA

Supervise 0-2 direct reports and provide leadership in matrix project team as assigned. Responsible for completing assigned manufacturing and product… City of Hope

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    Good experience, with typical large-company problems

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    Current Employee - Research Associate in Duarte, CA
    Current Employee - Research Associate in Duarte, CA

    I have been working at City of Hope full-time (more than 5 years)


    Clinical areas are immaculate, of course. There's free parking for visitors and employees, although most of the parking lots are quite a walk from any of the main buildings. It's very safe even at night, because there's always a security car coming around.

    Benefits are good, although it's amusing that if you get cancer, you can't get treated at City of Hope without a referral unless you opt for the most expensive health plan. My immediate supervisor was fantastic, but I've seen some that are very mercurial. Everyone I've met (aside from some of the higher ups) were all very kind.

    Unexpected perks included free vaccinations and flu shots, as well as the on-campus mailroom. Too bad they moved it from the middle of campus all the way out to the boonies.


    Although they are getting around to renovating all the labs, there's a definite drop in quality compared to the hospital proper. Because of the constant renovations, there's always construction going on and you sometimes have to direct lost patients/visitors. At least they send out emails about road closures.

    There's also a ton of red tape. Buildings can be slated for renovation/demolition for years while they wait for a signature.

    If you work in academic research, your pay will just be barely enough to live on, but that's a given wherever you are. I've seen a lot of politics play out as well.

    Unfortunately, they are downsizing staff because they're expecting to lose some major lucrative patents in the next few years. Seeing some of the lavish fundraisers they put on while knowing that so many scientists have been very suddenly laid off is sometimes disheartening.

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    If you truly care about cures, reconsider putting some of that money for fundraising back into research.

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