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Temp Summer Biomedical Associate

Who are we

Kandu Health provides tech-enabled healthcare services for people recovering from stroke. We develop integrated solutions that aid in the stroke recovery process for stroke survivors, their providers, and care partners. Kandu Health empowers survivors to take charge of their recovery and achieve the highest quality of life possible.

In the United States, 8 million people are living with the effects of stroke. Historically, most investment in stroke care has focused on acute intervention. Kandu Health is working to fulfill an urgent need in healthcare by supporting stroke patients beyond the hospital through a team of clinically licensed navigators, community support groups, and our robust digital platform. Through our tech-enabled healthcare services, we strive to reduce hospital stays and readmissions, lower the cost of healthcare, and improve patient satisfaction. 

Our Culture:

  • Our small team environment means we count on everyone to contribute in a meaningful way. Your contributions will make an impact, everyday.
  • We have a strong culture of collaboration. You’ll be joining our diverse and talented team members to deliver life changing support for people affected by stroke.
  • Even though we work remotely, our culture keeps us connected. Our beliefs are at the core of how we do business:
    • Everybody deserves support.
    • Agency improves outcomes.
    • Quality of life directly impacts health.
    • Community support matters.
  • The opportunity to work with new and exciting technology with the mission of improving the lives of stroke survivors and their families

Join us! Apply today. 


Get practical experience before moving into a career. In this role, you’ll work as part of a small research team diving into the challenge of understanding stroke physiology using wearable sensors. You’ll:

  • Manage incoming clinical study data, integrating parallel but disparate data from multiple sources into a single, comprehensive database.
  • Work with the research team to design and execute data collection experiments, and analyze the data to generate new insights that help extend the physiological understanding.
  • Assemble and test wearable device units, preparing prototypes for use in clinical studies.


  • Currently pursuing studies in Biomedical Engineering, Data Science or similar role with a strong interest in wearable technology and clinical research
  • Experience with managing and handling physiological/sensor data, including programming (python, Matlab or similar)
  • Experience with physiological signals and data collection
  • Good communication and collaboration skills at all levels
  • Proactive, can-do attitude
  • Strong research orientation
  • Ability to exercise sound and ethical judgment, and maintain data confidentiality
  • Ability to move quickly in a fast-paced start-up setting

Salary Range: $30/hour

Please note that the salary information is a general guidance only. Kandu Health, Inc. considers factors such as scope and responsibilities of the position, candidate’s work experience, education/training, key skills and internal equity, as well as location, market and business considerations when extending an offer.


  • Location: Campbell, CA
  • This is a hybrid position - 2-3 days a week onsite
  • This job does not offer relocation or housing stipend



No direct supervisory responsibilities.