At Cullinan Oncology, our research is anchored in a deep understanding of immuno-oncology and translational cancer medicine. We leverage our scientific excellence in small molecules and biologics to create differentiated ideas, identify unique targets, and select the optimal modality to develop transformative therapeutics across cancer indications.
At Cullinan Oncology, we believe that Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) are vital to our mission to create new standards of care for patients with cancer. We purposefully prioritized DEI early in the growth of Cullinan Oncology because at the heart of what we do, we aim to make transformational changes for patients with cancer, and patients from all walks of life deserve to be represented in that effort. We acknowledge that DEI is not merely an initiative but a fundamental practice that must permeate every facet of our organization. It is with this understanding that we make the following commitments:
To build diverse teams: We endeavor to embed DEI principles into every step of our employee lifecycle, ensuring that our recruiting, hiring, onboarding, development, and advancement processes are equitable and inclusive. We actively seek diversity on our teams, promote equal opportunities for all, and create a workplace that better represents the community of patients we serve.
To advance health equity: We are dedicated to ensuring that our recruitment for clinical trials is inclusive and results in participation from a diverse cross-section of patients. We strive for representation of the patients who will ultimately benefit from our medicines, and we recognize that achieving this goal requires working with our partners across the healthcare ecosystem to remove barriers to access, expand participation, and tackle the unique challenges faced by underserved communities.
To foster an inclusive culture: We will cultivate an environment where everyone can feel seen, heard, and valued. We will provide learning opportunities and support systems to enhance cultural competence and allyship within our organization and community. Furthermore, we actively seek diverse external perspectives from across the industry and academic community to enrich our scientific pursuits and challenge our ideas.
We commit to revisiting these actions regularly to enable growth and change as the company evolves and our pipeline matures. We hold ourselves accountable to creating a positive and transformative impact in the lives of our employees, for patients in need of new treatment options, and within the healthcare industry as a whole.
Cullinan DEI Initiative
Cullinan DEI Initiative