Be part of our unique discovery process to create life-saving therapeutics
The Variant Bio Fellowship Program
The Variant Bio Fellowship is a unique opportunity for highly talented individuals to work with the company to form partnerships with populations with exceptional health-related traits and analyze genomic data. Our Fellows can be based in the US or across the globe and have various backgrounds in medicine, biological anthropology, computational biology, statistics, or other life sciences.
How does the program work?
We select Fellows who are curious and have an entrepreneurial mindset to be part of our unique discovery process and catalyze new projects with world-changing potential. It is our philosophy that the value of our Fellows extends beyond the mere executional dimension of their work. As a Fellow you will also join an exceptional network of scientists, and your voice will be included as an important part of the company’s dialogue with partner individuals, populations, and organizations.
The Variant Bio Fellowship is a paid program, operates remotely on a rolling basis, and requires a minimum of 12 weeks commitment. You will have the rare opportunity of working with an innovative biotech startup and interacting with a talented international team of interdisciplinary scientists, anthropologists, and business leaders.
We are excited about the opportunity to have Fellows formally join our mission while leveraging their career in biotech or beyond in order to make an impact on human health, and to benefit underrepresented populations around the world.
How do I apply?
If you are interested in joining the Variant Bio Fellowship Program, please follow the simple steps below.
Step 1: Click here to fill out the application form.
Step 2: Email your CV to email@example.com (please note your application will not be considered final until this step has been completed).
Once we are able to review your application we will contact you with any next steps.
Anezka Hoskin, MSc recently joined as the first Variant Bio Fellow and will be working to identify potential collaborations with Māori and Pacific Islander communities. Being Māori herself, Anezka is excited by the opportunity to learn more about the effect that genetic variation has had on her community for over one thousand years. “My ambitions in the field of medical genetics have been shaped by the experiences of my family and my people: the Māori people of New Zealand.” -- Anezka Hoskin
Mouna Hadrami Saleck recently received her PhD in Molecular Biology from the University of Nouakchott Al Aasriya and is currently based in Nouakchott, Mauritania. Dr. Hadrami Saleck has researched and published on glaucoma candidate genes in Mauritanian families with primary congenital glaucoma. As a part of her Fellowship, Dr. Hadrami Saleck will research potential projects on common disease in her home country, Mauritania.
For questions regarding the Variant Bio Fellowship Program, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.