Join the Massachusetts General Hospital research enterprise and help us push the boundaries of science and medicine to improve patient care.
Nobel Prize winner Jack Szostak, PhD, a researcher in the molecular biology department at Massachusetts General Hospital.
Help to lead the next generation of medical and scientific breakthroughs by joining the Massachusetts General Hospital Research Institute.
Our research enterprise includes 23 acres of world-class research facilities in Boston and Cambridge, an operating budget of more than $760 million and a community of accomplished scientists, including recent winners of:
- The Nobel Prize
- The Breakthrough Prize in Life Sciences
- The Wolf Prize
- The Lasker Prize
- The Warren Triennial Prize
- The Heineken Prize
- The National Institutes of Health Pioneer Award
- The Howard Hughes Medical Institute Early Career Award
Mass General offers a diverse working environment and a competitive benefits package, including earned time off, a cash balance retirement plan, subsidized transit passes and fitness center enrollment.
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