Internship Program at the Stanford Healthcare Innovation Lab (SHIL)

The Stanford Healthcare Innovation Lab (SHIL) is right now seeking talented software developers to join us ASAP for a project related to early detection of COVID-19. Join our team and be on the forefront of the effort to control this pandemic threat!

The positions are available in the form of full-time/part-time temporary positions, for a period of at least 3 months. 

Candidates with interests and/or experience in the following three areas are desired:

  • Pervasive Computing in Healthcare (Area: MOBILE DEVELOPMENT)
    • Mobile programming (iOS and Android development):
      • Preferably experienced in swift / java
      • Preferably familiar with wearable data


  • Scalability of Large-scale Healthcare Applications (Area: CLOUD )
    • Cloud infrastructure (e.g., Google Cloud, AWS, Microsoft Azure) 
    • Large-scale computing frameworks (e.g., Kubernetes, Terraform)


  • Large-scale Security and Privacy (Area: SECURITY )
    • Security configuration management (e.g., Cloud Security)
    • Vulnerability management (e.g., verify, mitigate, patch mechanisms)
    • Anonymized genetic data sharing (e.g., encryption, anonymization techniques)


  • Web application (Area: WEB DEVELOPMENT)
    • Proficiency in HTML, CSS , JavaScript, Go, and Ruby for rapid prototyping
    • Proficiency in Databases (e.g., SQL)
    • API web integration


Please send an email to with the subject of “<Area>: Internship COVID-19 Program: YOUR_NAME” and attach your resume/CV/transcripts.

Important: Please make sure to add your area of interest (e.g., “CLOUD: Internship COVID-19 Program: John Smith”)

The Stanford Healthcare Innovation Lab (SHIL) is applying our expertise on the science and ethics of genomics to build a new collaborative model of science focused on transforming the practice of medicine. This new paradigm of patient-centered medicine monitors the entire genome of individuals to vastly improve disease prediction, prevention, and treatment of conditions such as cancer, diabetes, heart disease, asthma, schizophrenia, and many others.

Here are some news coverage around our study:

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