Who we are
We are a team of uncommon caliber, dedicated to our mission to save lives and our vision to democratize cell therapy, with equal outcomes for all.
We make the impossible possible every day. Where others see barriers, we see opportunities to shine. We are all empowered to act, adapt, collaborate and innovate.
We are inclusive. We celebrate individual identity and welcome fresh perspective. Our quest to provide equity in access to transplantation is reflected in our commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion in our employee community.
What we do
We save lives through cellular therapy. As the global leader in providing a cure to patients with life-threatening blood and marrow cancers like leukemia, lymphoma and other diseases, we manage the world’s largest registry of potential blood stem cell donors and cord blood units.
We work with a global network to connect patients to their donor match for a life-saving transplant. Through Be The Match BioTherapies®, we partner with cell and gene therapy companies to support the development and delivery of new therapies. And, we conduct research through our research program, CIBMTR® (Center for International Blood and Marrow Transplant Research®), in collaboration with the Medical College of Wisconsin.
It's the best job ever
We play different roles, but we all have the same job: saving the lives of patients who depend on us. It’s our collective commitment to donors, patients, volunteers, contributors and partners that unites us in common purpose. We also pride ourselves on an incredible employee experience. That means top-notch benefits, resource groups for employees, career development opportunities and much more.
We are honored to be ranked among the top 10 Best Places to Work 2021 by Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal.
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National Marrow Donor Program® is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, disability, age, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, protected veteran status, or other characteristic protected by law.