Our talented scientific staff – postdocs, grad students, technicians, and scientists – are collaborative, supportive, creative, and driven. Working together, they make new scientific discoveries, solve problems, and advance the fields of immunology and infectious diseases.
At the Ragon, our goal is to provide staff, students, and trainees with management and mentorship that enables them to continue moving their career forward.
From having a Ragon partner to provide guidance for our new employees to support groups for professional and graduate school applications, we are invested in our workforce’s success.
Community-building initiatives like book clubs and movie nights, Lunar New Year celebrations and more provide opportunities for our talented scientists to get to know each other, build connections across the workplace, and have fun!
This marks the final week of this year's PRISM.
The PRISM Science Club provides opportunities for high school students from underrepresented communities in the Greater Boston area to learn about cutting-edge medical science and careers in STEM.
RISE, the Ragon's first high school summer internship program, just completed its inaugural session. Our incredible interns worked on computational projects and learned about working in STEM.
The Ragon’s clinical research focuses on clinical studies in infectious diseases such as HIV and COVID-19.