Careers

Careers

Careers

Imagine a World Where Cancer Doesn’t Win


At HiberCell, a cancer-free world is more than a dream. It’s a future we’re pursuing with the
utmost scientific rigor and urgency. This means tapping into many unexplored and underappreciated
therapeutic strategies for treatment resistance, cancer relapse and metastasis.  If you share our determination,
we’d like you on our team.

Core Values

We conduct both our research and relationships within a creative, collaborative, purpose-driven environment. Achieving the right balance enables us to make responsible decisions – not only for our company, but for the patients and families we hope to serve.

Teamwork with
synergy

Action with urgency

Boldness with
discipline

Commitment with
accountability

"I’m proud to be a part of a company that inspires the best in each other and values what each member brings to the table in the fight against cancer."

Beth Johnson
Executive Assistant & Office Manager of Roseville, MN office

"I love that I get to work with cutting-edge technologies and tools that drive discovery. I am excited for HiberCell’s future and grateful to be a part of it."

Blaine Rathmann
Clinical Scientist in Roseville, MN office

"I am proud to be working at HiberCell because it’s a company that values people, both its employees and patients for whom we work hard to develop therapies."

Feven Tameire
Scientist II, NYC office

"By participating on a multidisciplinary team of exceptional scientists, I’ve developed new skill sets that enable me to interrogate challenges from a new angle. Joining the team at Hibercell has been an enriching experience."

Michael Stokes
Senior Scientist, NYC office

"I've been blessed to work with major successful corporations and startups throughout my career. HiberCell is an environment where employee voices matter and morale is incredibly high."

Nick Collette
Senior Research Associate, NYC office

Open Positions

Join our team to help advance our biological understanding of stress and our novel technologies for identifying other key triggers of cancer causality.