Thank you for taking the time to look for Careers at The Mast Cell Disease Society. Current opportunities are listed below. If you are interested please submit your cover letter and resume to

Director of Patient Programs

Patient education and support programs is vital for success in meeting our mission at TMS. Education is produced and delivered by multiple avenues including live and online learning, video, live and recorded education and programs. The Director of Patient Programs is responsible for leading the overall programmatic delivery of education and learning to our community for maximum impact. Reporting to the Executive Director and working closely with the Board of Directors and volunteers, the Director is responsible for the overall health communication activity, and education of patients. The Director will develop and implement appropriate strategies and methods to facilitate mast cell disease content and resources for a diverse audience of mast cell disease families and physicians across the country in order to help TMS fulfill our mission. Learn more about the Role here

Research Fellow

The Research Fellow is a key member of TMS staff, interacting with and supporting patients to advance patient-centered research efforts and develop written pieces that advances the organization’s strategic priorities. The Research Fellow’s primary responsibilities include:

  • Evaluate, analyze, and report results of interdisciplinary patient-centered research designed to provide a greater understanding of mast cell disease that may lead to enhanced health, clinical trials, and better quality of life outcomes.
  • Effectively translate and communicate research results and develop patient resources for patients and caregivers, including visual elements and simplified language that is easily understood and culturally competent.
  • Conduct team-based patient-centered research to develop physician database and develop productive collaborations with physicians, scientists from universities, industry, government and other stakeholders.

Learn more about the Role here