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Software Engineering Intern

At Genospace, our mission is to deliver the platform that makes biomedical data useful and usable by everyone.

Working from our headquarters in Cambridge, MA, our interdisciplinary team is merging the tools and techniques of genomics, analytics, and cloud computing. We serve research, clinical development, pathology and clinical care customers who work with high-dimensional genomic and other biomedical data. Many of the most advanced precision medicine organizations are powered by Genospace.

Genospace is looking for talented team players who enjoy a challenge and want to help us deliver our platform. As the leading provider of information technology services in molecular medicine, our software is used today by clinicians and researchers across the country and around the globe to improve patient care.

What You’ll Do:

Genospace is looking for a Software Engineering Intern who is smart, gets things done, and is excited at the prospect of solving novel problems. 

As a Software Engineering Intern you will gain an understanding of how to develop web based tools that further new discovery in the treatment of disease. More specifically, you will learn how Genospace applications are architected and be able to launch, operate and interact with your own development environment. Initially the intern will be tasked with testing and bug fix assignments on existing Genospace applications. As proficiency is gained an appropriate standalone project will be assigned that should be completed by the end of the program. During the internship Genospace will provide basic training in clinical and genomic informatics. 


What We’re Looking For:

Genospace expects that the participant will come with ample willingness to learn and an enthusiasm to adapt to changing requirements as their role evolves. A solid grounding in computer science or web programming is a must, while a background in biology or life sciences is a plus. Ideally the candidate will be available to commit 2 consecutive days per week for an internship during the school year or full time during the summer.


Education & Background:

  • Current undergraduate or graduate students



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