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.
We at Basepair are thrilled to announce some very good news. We have been selected to participate in Entrepreneurs Roundtable Accelerator’s Summer 2017 program for the next four months. This program entails 100,000 dollars of investments, a great working space, and...read more
Among the factors responsible for scaring people away from bioinformatics, the various input and output filetypes surely rank very high. If you want to plot heat maps using ngsplot, you need a bam file. If you want to use deeptools instead, also to make heat maps, you...read more
TATAA Biocenter, the world's foremost organizer of hands-on training in molecular diagnostics and Europe's leading provider of genomic services, has partnered with us, Basepair. We are a leading provider of Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) data analysis solutions, to...read more
The performance of NGS alignment tools has continuously improved, but sorting the aligned data now takes more time than alignment. A big leap in sorting was recently initiated with SAMtools version 1.x, with support for parallel processing for sorting. We compared the...read more
Basepair was founded in direct response to the challenges I was personally facing with Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) analysis while working at Harvard Medical School and other research institutions. NGS has witnessed a data deluge three times larger than Moore's...read more