Job Opportunity: Research Fellow, Human Longevity, San Diego, CA

Kate Stuart
June 29, 2015

About Human Longevity Inc.
Human Longevity Inc. (HLI) is the genomics-based, technology-driven company
creating the most comprehensive database of whole genome, phenotype and
clinical data.  HLI is developing and applying large scale computing and
machine learning to make novel discoveries to revolutionize the practice of
medicine.  A privately held company headquartered in San Diego, CA, HLI was
founded in 2013 by pioneers in the fields of genomics and stem cell therapy.
HLI will be licensing access to its database, and developing new diagnostics
and therapeutics as part of their product offerings. For more information
please visit,

Purpose of Program:
This program is designed to engage experts in the fields of genomics,
informatics/bioinformatics, and machine learning to explore the latest
findings and knowledge on genetics with clinically relevant outcomes.  The
program gives scholars and experts a unique opportunity to participate in
innovative analysis of large scale genome data and to work with groups of
scientists, bioinformaticians and machine learning specialists to ensure
state-of-the-art annotation and interpretation of the human genome.

To review Application and FAQ, please visit our HLI Fellow Page at TheDeadline for application
submissions is September 1, 2015. Please submit your information to

Working Conditions
Open office environment
Global environment with multiple sites, which may require work beyond
standard business hours
Prolonged periods of sitting, standing, bending and kneeling

Human Longevity, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer
DISCLAIMER: The information on this description has been designed to indicate
the general nature and level of work. It is not designed to be interpreted as
a comprehensive inventory of all duties and responsibilities of an employee
to this job.
File Attachement:
Name of Person: Patrick Monteforte
Title: Manager, Talent Acquisition
Email Address:
Phone Number: 9258951596