Our goal is for every person with cancer to receive the care that is precisely right for them. We’re working to achieve personalized care for patients by advancing access to comprehensive biomarker testing and other advanced diagnostics. We are pursuing an unmatched range of targeted therapies; and harnessing real-world data, analytics and digital technology to personalize every aspect of patient care. Learn more about our work in oncology from Charlie Fuchs, our Head of Oncology and Hematology Global Product Development.
Our people are asking bigger questions like, “How can our clinical trials best serve Black populations?” Come help us find the answers.
In case you missed it, our podcast, Two Scientists Walk Into a Bar, is back with a new season and co-host, Danielle Mandikian, PhD! Hear from Danielle about her experience from failing chemistry in school to then majoring in biochemistry and “falling in love” with research.
The San Francisco Business Times recognized us as one of the region’s top corporate philanthropists for the 16th year in a row! Through our giving, we aim to improve the health and wellbeing of all patients, create a more diverse future of science and drive meaningful change in our communities. Learn more about how we give back.
We're thrilled to be one of Insider Pro and Computerworld's Best Places to Work in IT for the 13th year in a row! Thank you to our passionate and innovative Informatics employees for making the great work here possible. Learn more about our top rankings by clicking the link below. #BestPlacesIT
One of our favorite traditions is Genentech Gives Back, a special week of employee volunteerism and fundraising in support of the communities where we live and work. This year, in addition to our traditional programs, we are supporting 25 employee-nominated nonprofits that drive diversity and sustainable pathways in science and medicine. Learn about our week of giving below.
In a recent article for the Harvard Business Review, Cynthia Burks, our Chief People & Culture Officer shares how we worked to ensure that women are more equally represented in senior leadership roles at Genentech. Among the factors critical to our success were rigorous data analysis; steady shifts in behaviors, perspectives and processes; and a top-down commitment to change. Read the full article to learn more.
This year, Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month is focused on stopping AAPI hate through solidarity, community and celebration. Now more than ever, we’re championing the voices of our AAPI employees like Anne Baluyot. A Bay Area native, Anne says she “grew up with Genentech” and now sees it as an integral part of her community. Read how she found her way here and the important role her work "family” plays in her life.
A healthy future for our global community starts in our own backyard. That's why we're committed to achieving 100% sustainable electricity by 2025 and true carbon neutrality by 2050. This #EarthDay, learn about how we're accelerating collective action through our new, bold environmental sustainability goals for the future:
On campus or working from home, we believe in an environment that fosters diversity, embraces curiosity and supports employees and their families. We’re proud of our employees who have continued to deliver on our mission throughout the pandemic. Thank you for helping name us to Fortune’s 100 Best Companies to Work For list!