We’re Hiring Engineers and Designers

Our mission is to revolutionize human health by providing a web-based platform that leverages cutting edge diagnostics to deliver personalized nutritional and lifestyle recommendations to optimize individual health.

I fell in love with health technology while building Sapient Health Network in the 90’s, which became WebMD. (WebMD now serves over 20M people.) Now, we’re ready tackle a web platform that will leverage innovations in personalized biometrics, nutrition, and genomics to empower people with more decision-relevant information about their health than ever before.

We are tracking useful biometrics that will help you answer questions about your personal system biology. Our goal is to make wellness understandable and affordable for everyone.

The timing is right. The addressable market for our product includes multiple, multi-billion dollar, growing industries. And, hundreds of conscientious people have signed up for our private beta.

We want to see a health and wellness revolution in our lifetime. We need your help:

We’re Hiring Engineers & Designers

We’re looking for people with a strong background in machine learning, distributed systems, bio-informatics, data visualization, HCI, or front-end development. We’re building our initial product in Ruby and are looking for self-starters who are highly motivated to build a multi-billion dollar, industry-leading company with us.

Are you naturally driven to solve complex challenges? Are you passionate about building products that truly do good for humanity? And are you excited about leveraging the best of your craft to improve a field of science that is severely lacking great technology. Then, join us!

Jim Kean, CEO | Founder
Email me: jim@wellnessfx.com

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