There has never been a more exciting time to be working in health and life sciences at Microsoft. Our health and life sciences R&D group, Health Futures, is an interdisciplinary team of researchers, engineers, designers, and clinicians who are designing and developing next-generation methods and tools for health and life sciences for and with industry leaders around the world. We offer a unique and vibrant environment that features curiosity-driven and directed research, enterprise software development, and real-world delivery, with close feedback loops and rapid iterations among all three.
As a technical program manager, you will be an integral member of a cross-functional organization within Microsoft Research that is working to ensure that the transformation of health and life sciences enabled by research and technology developments has the potential to accelerate Health Access, Equity, and Resilience around the world. The ideal candidate will be excited about waking up every morning to apply their technical and analytical skills to designing and developing new technologies and experiences centered around humanity-driven impact.Responsibilities
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