Sr Data Engineer

San Francisco, CA, United States • $135k - $185k

Q Bio, Inc.

Role Location

  • San Francisco, CA, United States


$135k - $185k


26 - 50 people


410 Brewster Ave
Redwood City, CA, 94063-1709, US

Tech Stack

  • C
  • C++
  • CUDA
  • Python
  • AWS
  • Azure
  • Flask
  • JavaScript
  • React

Role Description

In the past decade there has been an explosion in the tools available for the measurement and quantification of biological systems. Genomics was just the beginning. We are entering the age of full-stack, multi-scale biological digitization which will include Epigenomics, Transcriptomics, Proteomics, Metabolomics, Microbioimcs, Radiomics and more. Many of the tools to quantify our biology at these different layers of biological processes are improving faster than Moore's law on a price-performance basis. We seek exceptional highly motivated individuals who want to help us build the first platform capable of aggregating and analyzing all of this information in order to dramatically improve our ability to detect and predict the onset of disease in asymptomatic individuals.

About Q Bio, Inc.

Q provides a platform for preventive data-driven healthcare by making it simple for individuals and their physicians to comprehensively quantify and track changes in their bodies. Based on landmark research done in system biology in the Snyder Lab at Stanford University, in about an hour the Q physical exam gathers, blood, saliva, urine and does a non-invasive whole body scan to build a quantitative snapshot of a person's health.

Company Culture

We are a tight-knit team of scientists and engineers, committed to bringing our broad expertise to bear on difficult technical challenges. Each person has much to offer, and should strive to serve as both mentor to and student of their peers. This confidence in our colleagues enables us to tackle thorny, ill-posed problems, which in turn inspires each one us to be our best.

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