What does Diversity and Inclusion look like at Q Bio?

One of our core values here at Q Bio is Interdisciplinary Respect. It is our specific way of putting company diversity and inclusion at the core of how we want to operate and grow. We believe that our mission — to empower everyone to better understand the most relevant changes in their bodies, so thatContinue reading “What does Diversity and Inclusion look like at Q Bio?”

Why I Joined Q Bio: Lauren Molley, Software Engineer

My ten-year-old self would not have guessed that I would be working as a software engineer to build the “physical of the future.” The palm trees outside my apartment would come as a surprise, too. I grew up near Chicago, Illinois. I went to college at the University of Michigan, where I intended to studyContinue reading “Why I Joined Q Bio: Lauren Molley, Software Engineer”

Our Q Bio Values

Every start-up goes through many twists and turns in growing and building a new business from the ground up. Throughout, our underlying core values help steer us even if we don’t have an exact map for the mountain we are trying to scale. As a small company, we wanted to have a starting document withContinue reading “Our Q Bio Values”

Why I Joined Q Bio: Alessandro Francavilla, Computational Science Engineer

I am not into tech! I don’t own fancy and modern technological gadgets. I am not dreaming about buying the next futuristic car. I am not interested in space missions, nor do I feel excitement about the possibility of going to another planet. As a matter of fact, I am too scared to ride aContinue reading “Why I Joined Q Bio: Alessandro Francavilla, Computational Science Engineer”

3 Actions to Inspire Women to Take Control of their Health Equity

How to address bias in medicine against women. Or why we should take inspiration from Taylor Swift, Lizzo, and Serena Williams when it comes to health equity. This post was originally published February 4, 2020 on Thrive Global. We are sharing it on our own blog as conversations about health equity are rising. Women andContinue reading “3 Actions to Inspire Women to Take Control of their Health Equity”

Re-Opening and Our COVID-19 Response

As shared with all our members this week, we have opened our Redwood City Q Center as of this Monday, May 4.  We closed over the last several weeks out of an abundance of caution and to enhance our protocol to meet the challenges of today’s new normal. As many other businesses look ahead toContinue reading “Re-Opening and Our COVID-19 Response”

Q Bio’s Jeff Kaditz on ‘body search engines’, turning health into a hard science, plus coronavirus chat

In the recent episode of Hyper Wellbeing podcast, our Founder/CEO Jeff Kaditz begins with coronavirus chat. He goes on to explain that most medical knowledge today is probably incorrect or heavily biased. That there’s almost nothing a doctor does that couldn’t have been done 200 years ago in terms of the information. He presents hisContinue reading “Q Bio’s Jeff Kaditz on ‘body search engines’, turning health into a hard science, plus coronavirus chat”

Why I Joined Q Bio: Tom Paoletti, Staff Software Engineer in Radiomics

I was looking for challenges as deep and interesting as the ones I had at Tesla, and finally found them here at Q Bio. My journey in the technical field starts across the Atlantic, in Italy. Early in my career I designed boards and developed tightly integrated software, and moved on to larger and moreContinue reading “Why I Joined Q Bio: Tom Paoletti, Staff Software Engineer in Radiomics”

Why I Started Q Bio: Jeff Kaditz

The phrase, “the art of medicine,” has bothered me for many years. With technology already at the forefront of medical discovery, and improving everything else in our daily lives, why do people still die from treatable conditions? Why haven’t we applied the same scientific principles that have led us to understand the evolution of theContinue reading “Why I Started Q Bio: Jeff Kaditz”

Why I Joined Q Bio: Pooja Gaur, MR Engineer

For most PhD students, the question of what to do after you graduate can seem to pop up around every corner, often beginning long before graduation is in sight. The underlying questions, though, are about what you value and how you want to channel the skills you’re building. I’m pleased to share the next stepContinue reading “Why I Joined Q Bio: Pooja Gaur, MR Engineer”

Why I Joined Q Bio: Thomas Witzel, VP of Radiomics

I’m excited to share that I’ve joined Q Bio as VP of Radiomics. My journey here has been a long time coming. Even before entering college, I had decided that I wanted to focus on radiomics. I thrived on solving problems since I was a boy, but I was really bad at playing computer games.Continue reading “Why I Joined Q Bio: Thomas Witzel, VP of Radiomics”

Why I Joined Q Bio: Clarissa Shen, COO

I’ve jumped in to the deep end again. And it’s one of my favorite times of building and scaling a business. The early team of less than 20 have worked with the founder to prove early concept and solved some of the hardest technical product problems. Early adopters are returning as users and word ofContinue reading “Why I Joined Q Bio: Clarissa Shen, COO”

Personal Baselines: A Longitudinal Big Data Approach for Preventive Precision Health

We are entering a new era of data-driven health monitoring. In addition to conventional approaches, we can now determine genome sequences, collect data about thousands of molecules (RNA, protein, metabolites, lipids), perform advanced imaging, and continuously monitor physiology. Importantly, we can follow people over time, during periods of disease and health. In today’s Nature MedicineContinue reading “Personal Baselines: A Longitudinal Big Data Approach for Preventive Precision Health”

5 Things to Look for When Evaluating an Executive Health Program

Leaders in executive roles, for which long hours, extreme stress, weight gain, and sleepless nights are generally expected, are prioritizing their personal health to increase their life expectancy spent with loved ones and improve their long term quality of life. Additionally, it is now seen as mission-critical for corporations to ensure that the health ofContinue reading “5 Things to Look for When Evaluating an Executive Health Program”

What is Precision Health and How Can It Detect Your Health Risks?

As technologies advance, the experiences of our lives are becoming ever more personalized. Online stores now offer up must-have items tailored to your tastes upon login, and streaming services quickly filter through thousands of options to offer up the perfect suggestion for your next binge, based on your personal interests and habits. Universal solutions, inContinue reading “What is Precision Health and How Can It Detect Your Health Risks?”