“I am proud to lead this team of exceptional people because every day we have the chance to make a discovery that will save lives and leave a meaningful legacy in the world”

Dr. Garry Menzel, President and Chief Executive Officer

At TCR² we are building a team dedicated to the common goal of curing cancer with our TRuC-T cell therapies. Our shared mission and common values of innovation, patient-focus, and collaboration make coming to work every day meaningful, fun, and dynamic.

We strengthen our team with weekly team lunches, regular team outings, and TCR² cares volunteer initiatives, helping employees get to know each other and grow relationships with team members in other functional areas.


At TCR² we are driven to give back to the community that supports us and keep connected to the patients we hope to treat. TCR² Cares is an employee-initiated program established in 2017 to get us involved in our community and to connect us to our mission of creating meaningful medicines for cancer patients.

The TCR² Team gives back to our community in many ways


On Tuesday, May 7th, 2019 TCR² served up breakfast and packed lunches for guests of The Pine Street Inn.

The Pine Street Inn is a Boston based network of shelters that has been helping homeless individuals move from the streets, to shelter, to a home since 1969. They provide street outreach, emergency services, supportive housing, job training and connections to employment through their program.

Click here to learn more about the amazing work being done at The Pine Street Inn.       


Every month, TCR² chefs volunteer to cook dinner for cancer patients and their families who are guests of The Boston House.

The Boston House is a home-away-from-home for families who come to Boston seeking treatment for childhood cancers and other life-threatening hematological illnesses at Dana-Farber Boston Children’s Cancer and Blood Disorders Center. Since 1979, guests of The Boston House have been provided a low-cost housing alternative, a respite from hospital life, and a place where families can be together, share stories with other families in a similar situation, and lean on one another for support.

Click here to learn more about The Boston House       


TCR² raised over $12,000 and joined more than 8,200 walkers in September 2018 to support cancer patients and research for cancer cures at the Boston Marathon® Jimmy Fund Walk for Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. Members of the TCR² team walked together along the 5K, 10K and half marathon courses to show our strength in numbers and join the broader community raising money for cancer patients and cancer research.

The Jimmy Fund, founded in 1948, solely supports Boston's Dana-Faber Cancer Institute, raising resources and awareness for adult and pediatric cancer care and research to improve the chances of survival for cancer patients around the world. Since its inception, the Jimmy Fund has raised millions of dollars for its cause, through thousands of community fundraising events like the Jimmy Fund Walk.

Check out our fundraising page for the 2019 Boston Marathon® Jimmy Fund Walk for Dana-Farber Cancer Institute       


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TCR² TRuCers (self proclaimed name of TCR² team members pronounced trucker) were inspired at their Science Offstie Meeting in November of 2018 by special guest speakers Diane and Bob Riche of Ovarian Cancer 101 and Andy Richards of The Boston House to keep working towards the common goal of curing cancer. The team bonded as they constructed care packages containing activities, soothing aids and motivational messages for young cancer patients staying at The Boston House.


TCR² joined up with Team Hannah on Thursday, Sept. 13th at the 2018 Boston Marathon® Jimmy Fund Walk Hero/Patient Partner Program Unveiling Event. Hannah's Hero poster stood at Mile Marker 19 where our TRuCers (self proclaimed name of TCR² team members pronounced trucker) proudly walked in honor of Hannah's strength and courage as she battles rhabdomyosarcoma.


At TCR², we have a culture that makes coming to work every day meaningful, fun, and dynamic. When we asked our team to describe what is special about TCR²– what inspires us to come to work – these themes emerged:


Through its investor, the Oncology Impact Fund, TCR² has pledged to create true social impact by donating a portion of future product sales to fund tomorrow's academic breakthroughs and expand access to cancer care in the developing world.


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