- San Francisco, CA, United States
- Silicon Valley, CA, United States
New Lantern | React Engineers | Full-time | Remote or SF | https://newlantern.ai
New Lantern is a new
Web App that helps radiologists analyze patient medical images and craft diagnoses. This product will make doctors more accurate, expedite the turnaround time for patients and help provide a more seamless experience for both the patient and doctor.
We’re looking for a
frontend React engineer who can help us build out our enterprise medical imaging platform. You’ll own the frontend of a cloud-based medical image viewer radiologists use to prioritize, view, manipulate, and annotate exams containing thousands of images (MRIs, CT scans, etc..).
We've raised capital from a
top VC and several
prominent angels/radiologists, and have closed a
6-figure contract with a radiology practice, laying the path very clear to a Series A raise. As votes of confidence, we were accepted into
YC S21 and
ODF, although we passed on both since there's a crystal-clear customer-centric path ahead of us.
The company is early-stage, engineers that like to take initiative and define both product and engineering culture are very welcome!
- Google Cloud
Steady enables engineers to optimize and test products faster using simulations. Our software allows designers and engineers to easily set-up, run, and share fluid dynamics and thermal simulations from their browsers to rapidly iterate on their designs. With Steady, any company that builds physical products can move 5x faster and design more intelligently. Our vision is to be the go-to design optimization tool powering the next generation of products.
We're a scrappy, lean startup building lots of interesting tech to reach product market fit. We are very picky about hiring people who are world-class and yet remain humble and hungry to learn and master their craft. Simulations will be the next innovation of how physical products are built, so if that excites you, come on board!
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