HN Who is Hiring September 2018 - Health Care and Life Sciences

Hi, I'm Jacob, co-founder of Superconductive Health where we help companies with their data infrastructure including ETL services and data quality products.

From time to time I take a look at the monthly Hacker News Who is Hiring thread to see what health-care start ups are out there and what they are working on.  Here are the companies from September 2018:

At Karuna, we build software that automates common care care coordination tasks so that care management teams can get back to what they do best: being there for patients when they need help the most.

Steady Health ( is changing diabetes care by leveraging a new technology and dataset, continuous glucose monitors.

Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard is a small team of software engineers, computational biologists, clinicians, and geneticists building cutting-edge tools and methods for interpreting the largest public dataset of human genetic variation ever assembled.

The St. Jude Cloud project works on the forefront of computational genomics by applying advanced computational techniques to analyzing genomics data then sharing that data with the world.

Serotiny is a recently funded synthetic biology company that has built the beginnings a biologically-aware API for designing novel genetic machines; at Serotiny we invent proteins to cure cancers and genetic diseases.

Berlin Center for Advanced Neuroimaging and Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience (Charité), are looking for a motivated and highly talented PhD student for various research questions within the interdisciplinary field of deep learning and clinical neuroimaging.

At Trialspark, we are reimagining the clinical trial process from first principles, and building the technology platform for the trial of the future.

PathAI is looking for back-end engineers and engineering managers to help detect cancer faster and more accurately while paving the way toward personalized medicine.

Parsley Health is a hollistic primary care company seeing patients and building tech to make medicine better, smarter and friendlier.

The Butterfly IQ is the first device to make ultrasound accessible, portable and affordable throughout the world, which is expected to revolutionize the entire medical imaging industry, and save the lives of people around the world.

Recursion Pharmaceuticals applies machine learning to tens of millions of images of cells under a huge number of biological and chemical perturbations, generated in our own labs, in order to find treatments for hundreds of diseases.

Jacob Alcauskas is the Co-founder and COO of Superconductive Health.  Superconductive Health focuses on dramatically accelerating the value of data in healthcare.  Our team is a rare blend of two crucial skill sets: deep domain knowledge of healthcare data, and cutting-edge expertise in data engineering, automation, and machine learning. We believe that faster, higher quality exchange of information, both within and between organizations, is a lever point for healthcare — a key enabler to improve patient outcomes, lower costs, and accelerate research.

Superconductive Health is pioneering tools and process that dramatically accelerate the mundane—but critical—work of building and maintaining the context-rich data pipelines that enable research, analytics, workflow, interoperability, and AI.  Our Data Engineering service offerings and Data Checkpoints product suite have the power to dramatically cut the overhead cost of data work in healthcare and life sciences. Agile data practice, deep domain knowledge, and proprietary workflow tools make us the best data engineers in healthcare.

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