The secrets of human genetics are waiting to be revealed. We’re listening.
While we have helped people better understand the mechanisms of disease, we know there is more to do. Today, there is an unprecedented amount of human health data available. The challenge facing us all is to translate data into meaningful insights. Not just for physicians and researchers, but for patients and their families. It’s why creating insights is at the core of who we are. And everything we do. Diseases may be complex, but our commitment to better understanding them is clear. Informed by science. Inspired by hope. And driven by people to know where the next answer will lead us.
The evolution of laboratory medicine is accelerating rapidly, but never fast enough. There’s so much to discover and so many unanswered questions against clinical needs. As science becomes more complex, and treatments require certainty to drive outcomes, a new reality has emerged. It will test the limits of our technology, experience, and relationships. This is how we work. This is how we think. Because this is what people deserve.
The values we share as a company are never confined to the walls of our offices. They compel us to give our time, expertise and passion to the many organizations that make a difference in the communities where our employees live and work. We view this as an important investment that connects us more deeply with the people we serve and helps spark new ideas about how we can make life better for people around the world.
The pursuit of better answers is a collaborative endeavor, requiring a work environment that challenges every individual to embrace creativity and innovation. We recognize, celebrate and share the accomplishments of others in solving unmet customer needs and upholding company goals. We’re collectively driven to make a difference in how treatment is impacted by better data, and how patients are impacted by better treatment.
Our team needs talented people with passion and perspective, who want to impact the future of human health.