About Us

Basepair develops SaaS to manage, analyze and interpret next generation sequencing (NGS) data. Scientists and physicians at Harvard Medical School, NYU, UCSD, etc. use Basepair to make breakthrough medical discoveries in cancer, AIDS, etc, and provide better medical care to patients. Founded by a scientist from Harvard Medical School, Basepair is driven by the mission to use technology to improve healthcare. Our team is analytical, fast-paced and informal.

This is an opportunity to make a significant impact at an early stage startup. We’re a small team, working closely together to make people’s lives better! Your voice will be heard and you will have the autonomy to set your vision. We strongly encourage ongoing learning to be the best in your position. We provide a competitive salary, meaningful equity excellent healthcare and other benefits.

Amit Sinha, PhD

Amit Sinha, PhD

Founder

Amit is a computational biologist with a decade of expertise. Before starting Basepair he was an Instructor at Harvard Medical School.
Charles Murphy, PhD

Charles Murphy, PhD

Bioinformatics

Charles completed his PhD at Cornell, working on NGS analysis. At Basepair, he is responsible for creating and updating NGS pipelines.

Josh Setton

Josh Setton

Business Development

Josh is a biotech major and excels at driving growth at early-stage startups. He leads the business development, customer success and support.
Blas Vicco

Blas Vicco

Software

Blas is a computer engineer who graduated from the Universidad Nacional del Litoral with more than fifteen years of experience working in web applications projects.

Brooke Greenstein

Brooke Greenstein

Bioinformatics

Brooke studies statistical genomics at Cornell University.  She works on bioinformatics programming and data visualizations.
Mukta Phatak, PhD

Mukta Phatak, PhD

Bioinformatics

Mukta is an early pioneer of NGS technology; evaluating software, establishing analysis best-practices and educating scientists.
Aayush Beri

Aayush Beri

Software

Aayush is a computer science student at Cornell University, with interest in machine learning, artificial intelligence and software engineering.