Careers

We are building a diverse and collaborative team passionate about human performance.

Drawing on diverse efforts across institutions to uncover the fundamental principles of peak performance

Through our programs, we are developing the knowledge, the people, and the tools to make optimal health more accessible to all. We hope you will join us in our mission.

Join our team!

Software Engineer

Stanford University

Are you a full-stack software developer eager to work with world-class researchers and engineers on simulating and analyzing human performance? Join the Digital Athlete team as a software developer.

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Senior Software Engineer

Stanford University

Do you want to be a key contributor to an award-winning, open-source software project whose mission is to transform what we know about human performance? Are you interested in helping athletes of all levels, from elite to beginner, understand how to optimize performance and prevent injury?

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Physician Fellowship

Boston Children’s Hospital

This fellowship offers one year of specialty training in the treatment of female athletes. Open to those who have completed a Fellowship in Primary Care Sports Medicine or Endocrinology.

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Faculty Physician

Boston Children’s Hospital

The physician will work within a multidisciplinary team treating female athletes, particularly Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport and eating disorders. Further experience with diagnostic ultrasound is preferred.

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Biostatistician

Boston Children’s Hospital

The biostatistician will work within a multidisciplinary team providing statistical expertise on study design, including sample size calculations and randomization schemes, case report forms, and database design (e.g., REDCap, Oracle) for interventional and observational studies in our Female Athlete Program. 

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Performance Organoid – Research Associate

University of Oregon

The Research Assistant or Associate will work closely with Associate Professor/Associate Director Nick Willett to manage and implement 3D culture systems for performance organoid research and assessment across multiple research teams and projects.

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Postdoctoral Scholar

University of Oregon

Postdoctoral Scholars will focus on one (or more) of the following areas:

  • AI-based models of athlete performance
  • Models of running mechanics using wearable sensors
  • Models of bone health in running populations
  • Models of tissue stress and strain in athletes
  • Models of health and performance in female athletes
  • Models of athlete performance in response to stress

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Postdoctoral Scholar

University of Oregon

Postdoctoral scholars will work within the Knight Campus for Accelerated Scientific Impact at the University of Oregon on one of several recently funded collaborative projects below. Qualified candidates will have experience in regenerative medicine, biomechanics, biomarker assays, and/or preclinical models.

  • Musculoskeletal Regenerative Rehabilitation
  • Immunoengineering Strategies for Musculoskeletal Trauma
  • Post-Traumatic Osteoarthritis

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Athletic Trainer-Orthopedic Sports Med Program

Stanford Children’s Health

The Athletic Trainer assists physicians in providing care and interfacing between our community partners and our children’s Orthopedic Center sports medicine team.

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Operations Manager

Stanford School of Medicine

The Stanford Female Athlete Science and Translational Research (FASTR) Program at Stanford University is seeking an Operations Manager at 50% FTE to provide overall team management and operations lead of administrative and development-related functions for the FASTR Program.

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Postdoctoral Fellowship

Boston Children’s Hospital

The Postdoctoral Fellow will work to advance research in female athletes specifically pertaining to sports performance, sports related injuries, and medical conditions.

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Administrative Associate II-Female Athlete Program, Orthopedics

Boston Children’s Hospital

The administrative assistant is responsible for a variety of duties including but not limited to: scheduling and confirming appointments, billing, processing payments and insurance claims, preparing various documents, and general clerical duties.

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