Seven years of U.S. Navy service helped prepare veteran Yvonne Carroll for her role as director of hematology patient services. Read her story.
From hospitality to human resources: Linda Smith of Human Resources changed careers to help St. Jude advance its mission.
Respiratory therapists are emergency responders who assist patients with breathing or cardiopulmonary disorders. Learn more about their role
With the help of the St. Jude Adoption Assistance Program, Child Life specialist Ashley Carr adopted her daughter, Nora, in 2017.
Paul Lavoie helps prepare sickle cell patients for the transition to adult care. Learn why his role is important to patients’ long-term health.
From bench scientist to scientific editor: Vani Shanker, PhD, of Scientific Editing revised her career plans.
St. Jude hospital dogs have been training for their new roles since birth. Learn about how they were chosen for their work.
To mark 2019 National Hispanic Heritage Month, St. Jude is honoring some our dedicated Hispanic employees. Learn more about their work.
St. Jude child life specialists welcome Puggle and Huckleberry, the hospital’s newest employees. Read more about their journey and St. Jude Paws at Play.
Amy Kennedy helps patients navigate difficult moments. Read about the child life specialist’s role at St. Jude.
Hana Hakim leads program to ensure healthy, safe environment for patients, families and staff.
Michael showcases his interior design work in different houses for the St. Jude Dream Home Giveaway each year.
Biostatistician Deo “Kumar” Srivastava helps researchers analyze St. Jude LIFE data.
Eddy Garcia grew up surrounded by sound. Learn how his music career led to a role at St. Jude.
Clinical pharmacist Melissa Bourque dispenses the details of how her career in medicine took shape. Read more about her path to St. Jude.
Senior hazardous chemical technician Terry Ivery disposes of personal challenges to find his niche. Read more about how his work cleans up labs across St. Jude.
Learn how Jolanta "Jola" Dowdy helped St. Jude researchers cure X-linked severe combined immunodeficiency (SCID-X1), a rare genetic disorder.
Medical interpreter Guillermo Umbria bridges the language gap for Spanish-speaking patients and families at St. Jude. Learn more about how he brings words to life.