Frederick National Laboratory for Cancer Research
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About Frederick National Laboratory for Cancer Research
A rewarding career with global impact
Whether you’re an expert in your field or just starting out, we have a career opportunity for you. We’re always looking for people to join us in fulfilling the mission of the Frederick National Laboratory: discovery, innovation, and success in the biomedical sciences.
Our team of 2,400+ scientists, technicians, administrators, and support staff work at the forefront of basic, translational, and preclinical science, with a focus on cancer, AIDS, and other infectious diseases.
We collaborate with colleagues across the National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, and others throughout the National Institutes of Health. We also engage with extramural investigators in academia, government and industry.
Your path to joining our team begins with the desire to work for the only national laboratory dedicated to biomedical research. Our employees share a common desire to help make a difference in cancer research and public health concerns. As you search for a career that fits your education, skills, and abilities, explore the core values that guide us and emphasize work-life balance.
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Our core values of accountability, compassion, collaboration, dedication, integrity, and versatility serve as a guidepost for how we do our work every day in serving the public's interest.
45 articles with Frederick National Laboratory for Cancer Research
Three employees from Frederick National Laboratory’s Imaging and Visualization Group recently claimed a top spot of a computing and artificial intelligence challenge that attracted 170 competing groups from around the world.
Women who completed a three-dose series of the HPV vaccine following a donor stem cell transplant developed a surprisingly robust immune response to vaccination, which was not significantly different from the responses in healthy women. That’s according to a study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association Oncology, which showed for the first time that the vaccine may protect this vulnerable population against new HPV infections and associated cancers.
Everyone in the Natural Products Support Group, a team from the Frederick National Laboratory that works in tandem with the NPNPD, learns to repair the robots to some extent.
FNL HIV Investigator Brandon Keele Shapes Peer Research with Multiple Seminal and Highly Cited Papers
Discoveries by AIDS researcher Brandon F. Keele, Ph.D. have not only put him on the leading edge of research to prevent and treat HIV infection. He’s also influenced the work of his peers.
While advancing age is the most important risk factor for cancer, the incidence of the disease decreases in very elderly people.
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Liquid biopsies are thought to have many advantages over tumor biopsies.
American Society of Clinical Oncology Annual Meeting To Feature a Number of Frederick National Laboratory Studies
The 2019 ASCO Annual Meeting in Chicago is expected to bring together more than 32,000 oncology professionals from around the globe.
The event attracts research innovators and business professionals who wish to learn about advanced technologies being developed at the National Cancer Institute (NCI) and Frederick National Laboratory (FNL).
A new technical service offered by the Frederick National Laboratory for Cancer Research will help researchers screen their nanoformulations for the risk of causing infusion reactions.
Cancer researchers are invited to attend the conference, to be held on the Hood campus in Frederick, Md.
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Narayan is a senior scientist and group lead at the Center for Molecular Microscopy.
As a deadly mystery disease with an unknown etiology caused worldwide panic in the early 1980s and quickly became an epidemic, Dr. Jeffrey Lifson was right in the middle of it.
Frederick National Laboratory Scientists to Present Myriad of Studies at American Association of Cancer Research Annual Meeting
More than 20 abstracts by FNL investigators will be presented in mini symposia, late-breaking research and poster sessions throughout the March 29 to April 3 meeting at the Georgia World Congress Center.
Drs. Dmitrovsky, Sharpless, and Lowy contend that the Frederick National Laboratory is a little-known entity to the cancer research community, but it "could be a great part of its discovery arsenal."
According to a recent BioSpace survey, 70% of life science employers indicated their company anticipates an increase in the number of open positions during 2019. So if you are on the job hunt, keep your eye out for new positions posted throughout the year!
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