Counsyl seeks to hire a scientist to conduct advanced research on a broad range of problems of interest to the company. As a computational research scientist, you will work on developing the next generation of products and new technologies to help us advance our mission.
Why is this cool?
You’ll have the opportunity to not just solve important problems in clinical genetics, but to take your research results and put them into immediate application at one of the largest sequencing centers in the world. (We’ve tested over a quarter million people.) And you’ll be doing it alongside a world-class engineering and research team.
Counsyl is a technology company that strives to give millions of men and women access to vital information about their bodies, helping them confidently make choices about their lives. The team consists of world class engineers, scientists and clinical experts as well as a renowned engineering and scientific advisory board. Counsyl integrates sophisticated technology with custom robotic automation in its accredited medical laboratory. This focus on technology has made Counsyl a leader in helping patients and doctors communicate about medical results in real time. Its products have won the Wall Street Journal’s Innovation Award for Medicine, and have been named one of Scientific American's "Top 10 World Changing Ideas."
Counsyl’s Family Prep Screen has already helped hundreds of thousands of people discover critical information before having children, and the Counsyl platform extends beyond family preparation to include inherited cancer screening. Counsyl has raised a total of $93M and is privately funded by Founders Fund, Felicis Ventures, Rosemont Seneca Technology Partners, Goldman Sachs, and Google executive David Drummond.