From its inception, Morphogenesis has kept its mission to help others at its core. Being a responsible member of the community is an important way of helping.
We are driven by our commitment to the patients who will be treated with the clinical therapies we develop and the researchers who will use our research products to produce additional therapies. One of the most important historical decisions made by the Morphogenesis Board of Directors was to adopt the resolution to become an indigent care provider because no one should go without life-saving treatment, nor should they suffer needless because they cannot afford a product developed by Morphogenesis. This resolution is embraced by all of our employees and promotes a corporate culture in which each individual can make important contributions.
At Morphogenesis our commitment to the world community extends beyond the human realm.
We understand and appreciate that sometimes our best friend might have more than two legs. The human-pet bond is very powerful, and
the line of distinction between pet and family member can be quite indistinct. That is one of the reasons we have jumped into veterinary oncology with all four legs. It has been estimated that 1 in 2 dogs will develop cancer and 1 in 4 will die from it. Cats are not immune to these devastating diseases either, and 1 in 3 will die from cancer of some type. Our pets are exposed to the same environments and carcinogens that we are, so it is of no surprise that as the incidence of cancer in people is steadily increasing, so is the incidence of cancer in companion animals. In all aspects of our work, whether it is responsibility in business practices, building sustainable value for our shareholders, or conducting research and development, we hold ourselves to the highest standards.
Are you interested in an internship program where work is assigned based on your interests, where you are able to develop your scientific, technical research skills as well as administrative, management, and regulatory experiences needed in the biotechnology industry and job market? Apply for an opportunity to join our Intern Program.
Request a Speaker
Everyone likes a good story! Morphogenesis certainly has one and welcomes the opportunity to share it with groups in our community and at conferences throughout the country. Would you, your organization, or group like to hear more about how Morphogenesis is changing the fight against cancer?
Request a speaker and we’d be happy to share a powerful story.
Whether it is residing on Advisory Boards to local colleges, mentoring interns and others who are embarking on careers or speaking to student groups at local schools, Morphogenesis Team members are committed to supporting the community and especially the next generation of scientists who are being nurtured here.