PathAI Company Overview
PathAI’s mission is to advance medicine with intelligent pathology.
PathAI's platform provides end-to-end data-driven pathology analysis, resulting in fast, accurate and standardized pathologic diagnoses.
Research and Drug Development Solutions
PathAI's deep-learning solutions drive discovery and predictive diagnostics in drug-development. PathAI's technology accelerates R&D efforts and brings standardization to all phases of the drug development pipeline.
PathAI is developing clinical decision support tools to improve the clinical workflow and bring increased efficiency, standardization, and clinical insights to diagnostic pathology.
Global Health Solutions
PathAI is working towards improving health around the globe, by building machine learning applications to provide pathologic diagnoses at a low cost in developing nations.
PathAI’s goal is to make an enduring impact on patient care by helping hundreds of millions of people receive accurate diagnoses and effective therapies.
Jobs at PathAI
Andrew H. Beck, MD PhD
Co-Founder & CEO
Andy earned his MD from Brown Medical School and completed residency and fellowship training in Anatomic Pathology and Molecular Genetic Pathology from Stanford University. He completed a PhD in Biomedical Informatics from Stanford University, where he developed one of the first machine-learning based systems for cancer pathology. He is board certified by the American Board of Pathology in Anatomic Pathology and Molecular Genetic Pathology. Prior to co-founding PathAI, he was on the faculty of Harvard Medical School in the Department of Pathology at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. He has published over 110 papers in the fields of cancer biology, cancer pathology, and biomedical informatics.
Aditya Khosla, PhD
Co-Founder & CTO
Aditya recently completed his PhD in machine learning and computer vision at MIT. He completed his MS at Stanford in 2011 and BS at Caltech in 2009. In his research he developed new methods for an array of applications in computer vision, including eye-tracking, prediction of image memorability, and visualization of deep networks. He is the recipient of a Facebook Fellowship and his work has been widely covered by various media outlets including BBC, The New York Times and The Washington Post. He has published over 30 papers in the fields of deep learning, computer vision and neuroscience.
M. Jackson Wilkinson
VP Product & Design
VP Machine Learning
Work on Something Big
Challenging problems across domains, great people, and a huge impact.
What else could you want in a job?
Benefits You'll Love
Flexible Work Hours
Getting some face time with colleagues is super-important, but most important is doing and shipping great work.
Comfortable Leave Policy
Three weeks of paid leave each year, plus holidays & extended leave so you can relax when you’re away from the office.
From convertible sit-stand desks to choosing your own computer equipment, you’ll be at your best every day.
Free Lunch Fridays
Forget dry turkey sandwiches and spinach wraps, we bring in some of Cambridge's best for regular team lunches.
Snacks and Drinks
Whether it’s cold-brew green tea on tap or your favorite flavor of fruit snack, we’ll make sure we’ve got it on-hand.
The most promising job in the world is only as good as the people you work with. We don’t skimp on our team’s character.
We ❤ Cambridge & Boston
There aren’t many places in the world like this, with its amazing blend of universities, the performing and visual arts, beautiful surroundings with mountains, woodlands, riverside, and beaches, and the best teams in sports.
Traffic? Well, sure, but it’s gotten better, and we’re close to public transit!
Welcome to PathAI!
Our office is located in the heart of Fenway on Brookline Ave. Check out our sign next time you're in the neighborhood!
Our Director of Computational Biology gives a company lunch and learn about gene expression.
Our open floor plan encourages regular collaboration among and across teams.
Our "Why Wall" in the background reminds us of our motivations for working at PathAI.
We have lots of snacks and beverages in the office including tea, seltzer, kombucha, and cold brew on tap!
Our engineers tackle hard problems every day.
Never a dull moment in the office!
All of our desks are sit-stand convertible - for however you're feeling at that moment!
Our 12 conference rooms are named after scientists and mathmeticians.
Collaboration is key!
Members of our Machine Learning team discuss a project in one of our breakout spaces.
Book club meets every few weeks at lunch.
Many conference rooms offer quiet places to sync up on projects.
Our welcoming reception area features pathology slides as art.
The larger of our two kitchens is a great place to have lunch, take a quick break, or get some work done.
There's always a minute for a quick competition in our game room!
We have plenty of breakout spaces for meetings, solo-work, or whiteboarding sessions.
This throwable mic makes team meetings easily interactive.
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt's corporate headquarters are located right in Downtown Boston. We had a chance to see how their employees "stay curious," as per the statement which is proudly displayed in their office.
BHE has grown substantially over the past several years and has moved into a new office in Boston's Financial District to accommodate its rapid expansion. The company's new offices are modern in every sense of the word, featuring the usual open and collaborative spaces and state-of-the-art meeting rooms.
Privy recently moved into new offices near South Station and we had a chance to take a look inside. During our visit, we certainly witness a very team-oriented atmosphere. Don't miss the in-house video studio and the employee photo wall!
Facebook Boston's growth is continuing. This year, the company unveiled its brand new 130,000 square foot office located at 100 Binney Street in Cambridge. Facebook Boston currently has 200 employees working out of this location and there's plenty of room for growth, as the space is built to hold 600 people.
PatientPing moved into their new office in downtown Boston last November. The office is bright and sunny with plenty of spaces for collaboration. Their personalities and brand colors are represented with team photos and pops of coral and blue throughout the office.
Lose It!'s headquarters are located near the Boston Common. One cool idea that stands out is how they move employees' desks every three months, so you get to know everyone better. The offices also feature a ski lodge-styled quiet room.
Formlabs' Somerville offices feature many of their products and favorite prints on display...with some of them being made by employees themselves (a perk of working there!).
Numerated features an open office and catered lunches to keep their Numerators (what they call their employees) working together and happy.
O'Reilly Media's beautiful red and white offices feature a game room designed for their weekly ping pong tournaments.
Akumina's offices are located in downtown Nashua, New Hampshire and during our tour, we saw plenty of Akuminites (what the company calls their employees) in action.
BitSight's new offices are in the R2-D2 building at 111 Huntington Ave. The company has an incredible-looking space and catered lunches for their team members.
TimeTrade has a beautiful industrial-designed office and rooms for employee Game Nights. Also, their conference room names are music-oriented.
CyberArk's offices in Newton feature a completely renovated, not to mention nice-looking, lobby. The offices house employees working hard in the meeting rooms as well as a few getting competitive with foosball.
DraftKings occupies 105,000 square feet of space, which is the largest single-floor office plan in Boston. From the breathtaking entrance... to sports-themed huddle spaces... to meeting spaces named after famous sports athletes and tech entrepreneurs... to the DK café which mimics a football field... there is so much to see!
PathAI moved from Cambridge to Boston and their offices give employees plenty of room to collaborate... and play a few rounds of Super Smash Bros.
Aside from giving their employees a great view of the Back Bay, OM1 has a sharp, blue-colored office with tons of open space and huddle rooms.
Buildium has been expanding aggressively and to facilitate this growth, the company moved into a new office at 3 Center Plaza.
Located not too far from the Downtown Crossing T stop is Panorama Education's offices which feature meeting rooms named after school subjects and a wall featuring the "Pets of Panorama."
Tamr's offices are located in Cambridge and it gives its employees great views of Harvard Square.
The offices of Datto are located at 50 Milk Street and their lobby is a celebration of their decade-plus lifespan.
Desktop Metal's Burlington offices feature their 3D printing machines in action in a collaborative office.
Boston Digital's rebranded headquarters are in the Schrafft's Center in Charlestown and have a bright, orange-color scheme.