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Hardware Engineer Graduate Internship (RF Coil), 2024

Q Bio

Q Bio

Other Engineering
San Carlos, CA, USA
Posted on Tuesday, February 6, 2024
Q Bio is building technology for the Physical of the Future that measures more, faster and cheaper about the human body, to enable proactive primary care for all. We're revolutionizing primary care with the first clinical digital twin platform, powered by breakthrough whole-body scanning technology, that highlights the most important changes in a person’s physiology for sharing with physicians and specialists anywhere in the world.
Join us!
Q Bio’s clinical digital twin platform, Gemini, is the first to capture and monitor comprehensive baseline patient health in a scalable virtual model. The Gemini Dashboard highlights the most important chemical and anatomical changes in an individual weighted by an individual’s lifestyle, genetic and medical history, that can be securely shared with physicians and specialists all over the world.
Gemini is powered by the fastest, most accessible, whole body scanner developed: the Mark I. Self-driving and optimized for primary care, the Mark I can complete a whole-body scan in 15 minutes or less in an open space, without radiation, breath holds, or claustrophobia. Patient comfort is maximized with the option to sit, stand, or lie down, and real-time telemetry is displayed throughout.
Why should you consider a career with Q Bio?
We dream big. Our team is aligned and excited about the opportunity to save lives and understand the human body like never before. We know how critical empowering and supportive leadership is, both to our excellence as a company, and for our team experience as a whole, and our leadership team will empower and support career growth. We’re a team of engineers, scientists, and operators who come from a diverse background of disciplines and experiences. We value teamwork, growth, determination and persistence, commitment to collaboration, and a reliance on staying nimble while keeping the big picture in mind.
Join us as a graduate intern! Throughout the 12-week internship, students will work on projects that have a measurable impact on our new product development. Our internships offer an excellent opportunity to expand your career, and get hands on the next generation imaging hardware platform. We are seeking strategic, ambitious, passionate, hard-working, and creative individuals to be part of our team for the summer.

Core responsibilities will include:

  • Support senior engineers in designing innovative RF transmit/receive coil sub-systems and peripheral circuits using EDA software packages (KiCad)
  • Prototype and test radiofrequency coils and circuits in the hardware lab and characterize the performance
  • Help prepare engineering documents and reports in support of new product development
  • Assist with various daily activities in the hardware lab

Qualifications include:

  • Working towards a Master or PhD degree in Electrical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering or related fields, currently enrolled at an accredited college or university
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment
  • Experience working in a lab environment with standard hardware lab equipment (i.e., Vector Network Analyzers, Oscilloscopes, Spectrum Analyzers)
  • Excellent organizational, communication and team skills
  • Experience in designing and prototyping Radiofrequency coils for MRI
  • Working knowledge of MRI physics and hardware systems is nice to have
Q Bio was founded in 2015 by serial entrepreneur Jeffrey Kaditz, Dr. Michael Snyder, Chair of Genetics and Director of Personalized Medicine at Stanford University, and Dr. Garry Choy, physician, radiologist, and former Chief Medical Information Officer at Mass General Hospital. Q Bio has raised over $80M from world class investors including Andreessen Horowitz, Kaiser Foundation Hospitals, Khosla Ventures, Founders Fund, SciFi VC, and many more.
Q Bio is an Equal Opportunity Employer and we value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.