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$1,500 in prize money and unique problems. Register for the TrialSpark x Coder Cup competition by Feburary 22 before space runs out. Also, TrialSpark is hiring engineers.

TrialSpark is hiring software engineers who want to build the future of medicine.

Only 500 of 7,000 known diseases currently have a treatment. And not only does it take an average of 10 years for a new drug to go through clinical trials, only 5% of studied drugs make it to drugstore shelves. The result: millions of people left waiting longer for a better treatment for their illnesses. The world of clinical trials needs a shake-up. TrialSpark believes that addressing what's not working about the clinical trial process is essential to pushing medicine forward and changing the lives of people living with chronic illness.

Bringing clinical trials into communities allows us to get promising treatments into the hands of a more diverse population of patients and, if we are successful in the long run, will increase the diversity and affordability of treatments that are available to everyone.

- Michelle Lew, the director of product design at TrialSpark

TrialSpark is transforming the way new medical treatments are brought to market. They're a technology company that runs end-to-end clinical trials through a network of their own TrialSpark-operated trial sites, making the entire lifecycle of clinical trials more efficient, accessible, and patient-centric. Working as an engineer at TrialSpark is an opportunity to remove one of the largest barriers to bringing new treatments to patients.

Hear what makes their mission different in the podcast episode with TrialSpark's founder.

TrialSpark's approach to product development has helped them make clinical trials more efficient: Read more.