Multiple Faculty Leadership Positions

Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen)
Job Location
Phoenix, AZ 85004
Job Description

Looking to make your mark?

Multiple opportunities exist for individuals wanting to develop and lead a high-caliber research team.

The Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen), an affiliate of City of Hope, seeks to ad multiple faculty at the Assistant, Associate, and Professor level.  Applicants should have a PhD or M.D./PhD (or equivalent degrees) and an outstanding record of accomplishment in any of the following areas:

•             Cancer Genomics

•             Cancer and Cell Biology

•             Neurogenomics

•             Pathogen/Microbiome

•             Systems Biology/Bioinformatics

•             Diabetes and Metabolic Disorders

Successful candidates are expected to establish an outstanding, independent research program supported by external peer-reviewed funding. TGen offers competitive compensation and benefit packages.

TGen is a preeminent leader in precision medicine, translating genetic and genomic discoveries with life changing results. We are defining 21st century health care delivery with major advances in genomic-enabled medicine that are revolutionizing how to prevent, diagnose and treat disease. TGen specializes in helping patients with cancer, neurodegenerative disorders, infectious disease, metabolic diseases, and rare childhood disorders. Our translational research enterprise provides an unparalleled environment for innovation, discovery and creative collaboration supported by physicians and scientists who are prominent leaders in their fields. Our 30 lead investigators and nearly 200 support personnel work at sites in Phoenix, Scottsdale and Flagstaff, Arizona.

City of Hope delivers scientific miracles that make lives whole again. A world-leader in cancer research, treatment and prevention, doctors partner with scientists to transform laboratory breakthroughs into treatments that outsmart cancer, as well as diabetes and other life-threatening diseases.

How to Apply

To Apply

Please apply at to job# IRC12528.  Only applications submitted through the TGen career website will be considered.   

Applicants should submit electronically, a curriculum vitae, cover letter, and a brief description of your research.   Applications will be accepted and evaluated on an on-going basis until the positions are filled.

Any questions regarding the application or search process should be directed to the Vice President of Human Resources at

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