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Scientist - Single Cell Genomics

Split Biosciences
Job Location
Seattle, Washington
Seattle, WA 98105
United States

Split Bio offers competitive salaries and stock options in addition to a comprehensive medical benefits package with medical, dental, and vision coverage.

Job Description

Your primary technical focus will be improving the performance of our single-cell RNA-sequencing kit and expanding the applications beyond whole transcriptome sequencing. As a scientist at Split Bio, you will become an expert on the molecular biology relevant to single cell sequencing and use that expertise to come up with creative solutions and technologies. Ideas will be systematically tested with careful planning, experimental execution, and analysis. You will work as part of a collaborative team of other scientists and research associates and be responsible for clearly communicating results to the rest of the team. As a scientist, you will also mentor more junior members of the research team and contribute to their career development.



  • Advanced degree in molecular biology/genomics (or related field)

  • Experience with Next-Generation Sequencing library preparation

  • Must have strong communication, organizational and time management skills.

  • Comfortable in a fast-paced startup environment

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience with single-cell sequencing

  • Programming experience (Python or R)

  • Next-Generation Sequencing data analysis

How to Apply

Interested candidates should email a cover letter and resume to [email protected]

About Our Organization

Split Biosciences is a Seattle-based startup with the mission of accelerating progress in human health and scientific research. At the core of our company is our pioneering approach for single cell sequencing--published in Science in 2018. Single-cell sequencing has already enabled groundbreaking discoveries which have led to new understandings of cancer treatment, tissue repair, stem cell therapy, kidney and liver disease, brain development, and the immune system. At Split Bio, we are providing researchers with the ability to perform single cell sequencing with unprecedented scale and ease.

Who We’re Looking For:

You care about the impact of your work and are aligned with our mission of enabling faster scientific progress. You care about enabling researchers to develop new therapies and better understand biology.

You have a passion for technology development in genomics and molecular biology. You value working and solving problems as part of a team, but can also take initiative and work independently. You can adapt to a rapidly changing technology landscape and are open to learning new skills. 

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