26 - 50 employees
Series A
Consumer
Enterprise Software / SaaS
Healthcare & Pharma

InsideTracker Company Overview

InsideTracker puts the power of personalized nutrition into your hands, using your blood, DNA, and habits.

We’re a team of passionate, creative people using extreme personalization to make the world a healthier place. Founded in 2009 by experts in aging, genetics and biometric data, from Harvard, MIT and Tufts, science is our backbone. We create evidence-based solutions that are simple, actionable, and personalized – because no two bodies are the same. We cut through the noise of diet and fitness fads by analyzing your blood, DNA, and habits, and tell you how to live, look, age, and perform better.

The proof is in the data. Read our peer-reviewed paper in Scientific Report

Jobs at InsideTracker

 
1 Jobs Listed
Cambridge
InsideTracker provides personalized nutrition and wellness with a powerful, evidence-based digital platform. We are a fast-paced, growing company located in the Kendall Square area of Cambridge. At InsideTracker we’re all about driving results and creating experiences that improve the lives of our future and existing customers. We are looking for a Senior Product Manager who will report to our VP of Software Engineering and continue to build on the success of our best-in-class product platform. Key Responsibilities ●      Drive efforts of your product team to make...
Product Management

WHO WE ARE

Innovative. Scientific. Evolving.

We’re a team of passionate, creative people who are using extreme personalization to make the world a healthier place.

Founded in 2009 by experts in aging, genetics and biometric data, from Harvard, MIT and Tufts, science is the backbone of InsideTracker. We believe the most impactful science and technology products result from constant learning. And so, we always are.

The algorithm that drives the InsideTracker platform is continuously refined, drawing on cutting-edge research and technological advances. It’s smart and ever-evolving, just like your body is.

But we’re more than machines. We build and grow our products using both innovative technology and the human brain power of our accomplished scientific team.

101 Main Street
Cambridge, MA 02142

Blog

June 30, 2020
Male fertility is declining worldwide. Over the past 40 years, sperm count among men in the western hemisphere has decreased by 50%—and it continues to fall by an estimated 1.4% each year. [1] Unfortunately, male fertility is often overlooked—some men prefer not to discuss it, and when they do, some standard male fertility tests fail to capture contributing factors (more on this later). Stats show that one-third of all infertility cases are due to male infertility factors....
June 25, 2020
We know that many fermented foods contain live health-supporting probiotics. But does that include beer? Unfortunately, most types of beer lose their live cultures during the brewing process. But recently, experts have suggested that specific, strong beers contain beneficial probiotic yeast. Here's what makes them special, and how other beers plan to follow suit....
June 21, 2020
June is Men’s Health month, so there’s no better time to focus on men's health concerns. Are you a guy who’s put off that annual physical? Do you have a man in your life who’s notoriously stubborn about addressing that ache or pain? You’re not alone. Compared to their female counterparts, the average man pays less attention to his health, is more likely to put off regular medical check-ups and care, and smokes, drinks, and engages in risky behaviors more often.[1,2] So we t...
June 14, 2020
While blood cells are the driving force behind a healthy immune system. But a low white blood cell count doesn't necessarily mean there's anything to worry about. In fact, white blood cell measurements from blood tests are best considered in context of your historic data and whether recent tests deviate from your normal. Here's a comprehensive overview of white blood cells, the reasons they might be low, and how to support their production. ...
June 9, 2020
Resveratrol and Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) have risen in popularity as potential supplements to combat aging. While studies focused on humans and longevity remain very limited, both supplements show potential to lower blood glucose, an important biomarker associated with aging and longevity. ...