MyOme is building a patient-centric platform to enable individuals to maximize their health through genomic data. Join our mission-driven team transforming healthcare.



Health, dental, vision benefits




Unlimited PTO


Happy hours


Fun and collaborative team


Opportunity to make a difference

"The MyOme team is motivated by personal passion to make strides in the personalization of healthcare. We support and respect each other and the dynamic atmosphere of a startup keeps us all on our toes and motivates creative solutions for hard problems."

- Kate

"I've always loved this quote from my mom: "Bless the Obstacle." In this age, that has come to mean for me: "Work on the health challenges faced by the people close to you, and the world will be better for it."

- Matt

"At MyOme, everyone is passionate and smart, yet humble and willing to listen. I feel like I have a voice in the future direction of the company and that the executive team cares deeply about what MyOme will contribute to the world. Plus, I get to work on interesting problems at the forefront of genetics, computing, and machine learning."

- Adam

"I love my coworkers at MyOme. Funny, happy, hard working, caring, brilliant & from many corners of the world. These are a few words to describe our team. I always learn something new from them and feel like we are a family working together with a clear vision of the future and the help we will bring to countless families."

- Robin

Job Openings

Employment at MyOme requires being fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (including any recommended boosters). Proof of vaccination will be required.

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The MyOme Personal Genome™ Report was developed, and its performance characteristics were determined, by MyOme, Inc., a clinical laboratory certified under the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments of 1988 (CLIA) to perform high complexity clinical laboratory testing. This test has not been cleared or approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The FDA has determined that such clearance or approval is not necessary for laboratory-developed tests.