Spring is accelerating the discovery of therapies for aging
and its related diseases. A tight integration of biology and machine learning is at our core, and we're building a rare team of interdisciplinary talent working together closely, fighting disease.
We’re looking for a veterinary pathologist to consult part-time on core research programs and evaluate digital histopathology slides. This role involves collaborating with both computational and scientific members of our team to design preclinical experiments involving a wide range of tissues, as well as assessing and evaluating digital slide samples on your own time.
Aging is the single greatest risk factor for the most detrimental diseases on Earth — cardiovascular disease, neurodegenerative disease, pulmonary disease, cancer, muscle wasting, and more — and drugs that slow the biological damage accumulated while aging have the potential to reduce the incidences of these diseases, possibly simultaneously. We believe that in the not-too-distant future, the discovery of therapies for aging will provide some of the most effective tools in history for reducing our burden of disease and extending our healthy lifespan.
Our mission is to dramatically accelerate the realization of that future. And we’re bringing a new set of machine learning tools to bear on this challenge.
- Board certified (DACVP or equivalent) veterinary pathologist with a DVM/VMD degree from an accredited veterinary school.
- Prior experience working with a CRO or within a pharmaceutical research setting preferred.
- Open-minded and collaborative. You're excited to work closely with experts in a different field, learn from each other, and incorporate brand new approaches into your expertise.
- Crisp communicator. You excel at crisp, concise written and spoken communication. You love learning and teaching others in a cross-functional team (we're biologists, computational folks, and more).