Why I Joined Q Bio: Cindy Wewengkang, Senior FPGA Engineer

I’ve always found working with my hands exciting and enjoyed creating cool stuff, finding quick ways to prototype, and building custom projects with hardware. There are endless things that you can optimize, and there are many processes that, if you really want to make it fast, you have to go through the hardware. While studyingContinue reading “Why I Joined Q Bio: Cindy Wewengkang, Senior FPGA Engineer”

Health Tech Spotlight: Conversation on Biological Digitization & Future of Personalized Health

Q Bio CEO and Founder, Jeff Kaditz, joins co-hosts Carlo Rich and Pat Dunn on the Health Tech Spotlight podcast, where they discuss personalized health forecasting, biological digitization, the future of preventive medicine, ownership of personal health data, and more. Transcript is lightly edited for ease of reading. Carlo Rich: Hi, and welcome to theContinue reading “Health Tech Spotlight: Conversation on Biological Digitization & Future of Personalized Health”

A Conversation: The Future of Primary Care

In this podcast recorded by Andreessen Horowitz “a16z” in June 2020, experts discuss what a new operation system for preventive health looks like. Our Founder/CEO Jeff Kaditz, joins a16z General Partner Julie Yoo, Senior Editor Hanne Tidnam, and physician entrepreneur Ivor Horn, a primary care pediatrician for more than 20 years, in a podcast conversation.Continue reading “A Conversation: The Future of Primary Care”

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”

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”

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”