Martin’s pursuit of making an impact and reducing healthcare costs through the smart application of diagnostics and personalized medicine led him to Adaptive in 2015. “It felt like a perfect fit – I get to pursue my career goals while being part of an exciting and growing company with very talented people.” Prior to adaptive, Martin studied cancer evolution and heterogeneity at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and later started his own medical device consultancy firm. Martin holds a Ph.D. in Molecular and Cellular Biology from the Univ. of Washington and a certification in Bioinformatics from Stanford. Martin is “excited about how Adaptive is contributing to humanity’s understanding of how the adaptive immune system works, which may result in new preventative strategies and therapies to existing disease.” Outside of the office Martin teaches kayaking, plays a Zither and volunteers with organizing a variety of local art and industry events.
We have a theory that there’s an
adventure gene common to the people
who do cutting-edge research.
Adaptive is rapidly expanding its commercial infrastructure to bring its immunosequencing applications to market. Adaptive represents "what's next" in next generation sequencing content and is looking for innovative, bright talent to fill roles throughout the organization.
When you join Adaptive, you'll be challenged, you'll be inspired, and you'll be proud to be part of a collaborative organization making a real difference in improving many lives. No matter what your role is within Adaptive, you'll find a diverse, team-driven, fun culture where your input truly counts!
If you are interested in the possibility of joining our team, please submit your resume through the career listings application system.
LIFE AT ADAPTIVE
Adaptive is located in a renowned hot spot
for leading edge science
Our corporate headquarters are located in Seattle, Washington with satellite offices in South San Francisco, San Diego and New York City. While our business and education ecosystems supports an array of public and private institutions that are doing world-changing scientific research, our natural ecosystem encourages us to get outside and play.
People seriously love their coffee in Seattle.
Having the first Starbucks here doesn’t hurt either.
Cutting edge science lives here:
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, University of Washington,
Seattle Children’s Research Institute, Benaroya Research Institute.
You can see Mount Rainier from downtown.
The Seattle Seahawks are the 2013
Superbowl XLVIII champs.
Observation tower in Seattle, Washington, a landmark
of the Pacific Northwest