Jayant holds an undergraduate degree from IIT (Madras) and a PhD from Cornell University. He serves as a generalist at Quartzy.
Adam has conducted research in chemistry, microbiology, and immunology labs. He holds an MD and PhD from Columbia University.
Andy has a diverse technological background, which includes stints in IT at Pfizer, and in R&D at Fujifilm.
Sylvie has an Environmental Science degree from UCLA. She's passionate about helping Quartzy users and hugging redwood trees.
Monica has a BS degree in Marine Biology. She loves hearing feedback from users and helping to influence product decisions.
Previous engineer at stealth startup (Tinder for carnies). Has prior experience researching magic 8-balls for the government.
Shauna received a degree in Psychology from San Jose State University. She has a background in customer service and management.
Dylan's Biology BA and general goofballery fuel persistent interactions with Quartzy's users, interface, and workforce.
Neha graduated with a degree in Molecular Biology from UCLA. She was previously a lab manager at the UCSF Diabetes Center.
Nicole loves all things science and used to spend her days engineering proteins and bacterial strains. At Quartzy she loves helping labs get organized so that scientists can spend more of their time accelerating research.
Nick is a self-taught software engineer with over 15 years of experience. Hobbies include machine learning and game theory.
MS in Enology, QA/QC, loves science, language, biking across France, and Quartzy (more than wine).
Always pushing and pulling data. Enjoys loud noises from keycaps and SID’s, along with quiet noises from fast storage and CPU’s.
Pittsburgh native with an MS in Biotechnology from Georgetown. Loves all things competitive and fluffy.
Chris has degrees in Biochemistry and Cell/Molecular Biology. Thinks John Cena and Nicholas Cage are cultural icons.
A nomad from Mongolia, current vandweller. Loves perfecting his coffee and saving your time and money by churning code.
Matt graduated from Purdue with a BS in biochemistry. This bio isn't long enough for him to list his extensive experience in
Leslie studied neuroscience and conducted research at UCLA. She now works with labs to streamline workflows and save money.
Adnan graduated FSU with a degree in Computer Science. His favorite activities include eating, breathing and sleeping.
Jeremy graduated from UC Berkeley with a degree in Molecular & Cell Biology. He works on perfecting the user interface.
Graduated from the University of Delaware with a degree in Biology and leads our Business Development Team to build the Quartzy Supplier Network.
George studied biochem at UW. Prior to Quartzy he founded a cosmetics R&D company and synthetic rhino horn producer Pembient.
Jon holds engineering degrees from the University of Illinois and Stanford University, where he also conducted bench research.
Chris joins us from a diverse background building software in industries from consumer credit protection to winemaking. He enjoys playing ultimate frisbee and helping make people's jobs better.
Alina strives to design an intuitive and beautiful experience for our users. Her second passion is baking and eating pies.
Bearded dragon enthusiast and freeway speed demon, Ashley has a BS in Biology and is your vivacious advocate for discovery!
Chloe has a BS in Molecular Biology from UC Santa Cruz. She left the bench to help keep Quartzy's customers happy.
John studied Biology at UChicago. He used to get RSI pipetting all day—now he gets it working so hard to save labs money.
Insomniac and strange film enthusiast. Always replies with a ‘yes’ when asked, 'Do you want to hear something weird?'
Kha-ai graduated from Westmont College and joined Quartzy to support finance ops. She enjoys contributing to a product that increases efficiency.
Max has a BS in Biological Science from UCSB, loves no hassle customer service and enjoys long walks on the beach.
MS in Molecular Bio. Studied cancer genes. Shamelessly obsessed with food, documentaries, her dog, and saving labs money.
Formerly worked in Conservation Biology at the Minnesota Zoo. Now playing office mom and chief enabler for the Quartzy crew.
More than 7% of the world's labs count on Quartzy. Since our founding in 2011 our mission hasn't changed: to serve the needs of science with smart lab solutions that are a delight to use. We believe in science, so we rely on detailed analytics and user research to guide our product development. Our perch in the heart of the Bay Area, surrounded by biotechs, pharma companies and academic labs at schools like Stanford and UCSF, keeps us in close touch with scientists and end users as we develop our product.
Our marketing team amplifies our strong word-of-mouth and organic growth through four ongoing initiatives: 1) New SEM and SEO; 2) A fresh approach to the nearly one million monthly emails we send; 3) Referral programs that harness the power of the users who love us (hint: there are a lot of them); and 4) A proud presence at all major U.S. scientific conferences. It's a big job for a small, feisty team. It's also vital work: With every new lab, we help advance human knowledge just a little bit more.
Our sales team's job is clear: to free scientists from the antiquated lab management systems that hold them back. We have a strong scientific mindset, so we treat our sales operations like an experiment: We test new ideas, collect data and analyze the results. Sure, we may analyze data sets on Salesforce instead of Matlab, but we’re all about iteration and improvement. We're actively building out original strategies for the sales team as we look to new verticals and larger accounts.
Be ready to hit the deploy button. We work in two-week sprints and ship code many times per day. New engineers start code reviews their first day, and push code to production in their first week. Quartzy exists to accelerate science, and our engineers are where the acceleration starts: they solve real problems day by day, working hand-in-hand with our product team. Our platform and our marketplace APIs give research labs the tools they need to stay lean, save money and spend where it really matters: on research.
Our business development team is essential to Quartzy’s success. BD builds the supply chain that brings better products, prices and availability to our clients. That means hundreds of thousands of items, from basic sterile pipettes to state-of-the-art thermal cyclers. As with other Quartzy teams, analytics play a key role as we look at demand and develop our partnership strategies. And like other Quartzy teams, we work and play hard as we build winning partnerships ― with clients and with each other.
The marketplace ops team is on a mission: to make it incredibly easy for labs to save time and money as they buy supplies and equipment. We offer our customers about 200,0000 top-quality products, with in-depth product insights and comparisons for each. We also keep the supply chain transparent, with detailed logistics data and need-it-now delivery. On average, Quartzy customers have collectively saved 20% on every order. We love our customers and are proud of our 98% customer satisfaction rating.
When headcount grows 100% in 12 months, you know the office operations team has its hands full. We do what it takes to help the company succeed: manage finances and business models, track tens of thousands of monthly marketplace invoices, find everyone a place to sit and the equipment they need. And of course, there's our most celebrated role: keeping the office stocked with peanut butter cups.
This team isn't hiring right now, but let's keep in touch. We'll email you when there's an opening.