Engineered Cells As Medicines

Sana Biotechnology | San Francisco, Seattle, Cambridge

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2 months ago

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Keywords: terraform python

We believe we are entering a new era of medicine. The ability to modify genes and use cells as medicines provides new tools to meaningfully change the outcome of many human diseases. Three aspirations drive Sana: repair and control genes in any cell; replace any cell in the body; and tear down barriers to accessing out therapies.
The Computational Engineering team has several openings for engineers to help us build out our production infrastructure. Paraphrasing Russ Cox's definition of software engineering (https://research.swtch.com/vgo-eng), our team is what happens to computational biology, cloud infrastructure, and lab automation when you add time and other teams. Beyond being a polyglot coder (Python, R, Nextflow, Terraform), we're looking for people who can have productive discussions about version control strategies, test frameworks, deployment strategies, and documentation tools and then get behind the team's decisions and move things forward.
You can find info about the openings here:
* Computational Engineer: https://sana.com/join-us/jobs/4828253002/
* Computational Engineer, LIMS: https://sana.com/join-us/jobs/4828249002/
If you've made it this far but neither of those are the right fit, you might be interested in:
* Senior Scientist, Computational Biology: https://sana.com/join-us/jobs/4589575002/
* Senior Scientist, Statistics: https://sana.com/join-us/jobs/4828246002/
Learn more and apply at https://sana.com/join-us/.

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