Top Place to Work
We’re proud to have been named a Top Place to Work by The Boston Globe in the fall of 2018. Based on the results of an employee survey, we were ranked first among small biotech companies in Massachusetts. Learn more about our culture here.
To be a breakthrough oncology company creating neoantigen-based therapeutics to significantly improve patients’ lives.
At Neon Therapeutics, our core values drive our actions every day.
Urgently develop life-changing medicines
Build Neon to last
Leave the comfort zone
Create the future
Working at Neon Therapeutics
How would we describe our culture? Here's what our people have to say:
“At Neon, we are motivated by the knowledge that our therapeutic approach is going to have a profound effect on the lives of cancer patients. Proud to be a Neonite!”
Divya Lenkala, Associate Scientist
“Working at Neon has been one of the best experiences I have ever been a part of; we work hard, have fun and try to make a difference in patients’ lives.”
Associate Director, Supply Operations
“At Neon, we have a diverse team with diverse skills and diverse focuses, but with a common guiding compass – our core values. We live them every day, starting with our focus on urgently helping patients.”
Associate Director, Cancer Immunology/Select Group
“I take great pride in working for a company that pushes the boundaries of personalized cancer vaccines and always puts patient care first.”
Senior Scientist, Peptide Chemistry
“Neon has given me an incredible opportunity to work with and learn from driven and passionate scientists, and my time here has been nothing short of inspiring.”
Research Assistant, Translational Immunology
“Career opportunities are rare where you can be part of a team that is translating cutting-edge scientific insights directly into helping patients. Neon is one of those opportunities.”
Zach Taylor, Senior Director, Business Development and Strategy
“I am proud to work alongside so many honest, hardworking and collaborative scientists who are all generating innovative science for the field of immunology.”
Jamie Thomas, Immune Monitoring Co-op