Do work that matters

Join AllStripes' team working to transform treatment research.

We’re unlocking new treatments for rare diseases by doing things differently. Join us.

At AllStripes, we believe patients should have the power to advance research. There are more than 7,000 rare diseases but only 5% have treatments — we’re changing that by making treatment research better, faster and more patient-centric.

AllStripes unites top, mission-driven talent from all backgrounds. We bring our full selves to work and embrace hard problems, all with the goal of improving life for families affected by rare disease.

A key to our success is having an unwavering commitment to incorporating Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) into our culture, hiring practices and patient operations. We are continuously improving and working to ensure representation across our team and patient communities.

Our values

We are dedicated to the rare disease community

We go above and beyond to be in service to our community.

We steer into hard problems

When faced with a challenge or problem, we get curious, learn and solve.

We embrace vulnerability

We create an open environment where team members are encouraged to express themselves.

We find joy in the work

We embrace joy and laughter as we work together, even through difficult challenges.

We care about our people

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90% covered medical, dental & vision (75% for dependents)
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Responsible PTO + 14 paid holidays per year
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12 weeks paid parental and family leave
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Health care FSA & dependent care FSA
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Life & disability insurance
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Cell & internet reimbursement
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Team lunches & activities
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Home workstation setup budget
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“Awesome culture, great benefits, great people, thoughtful leadership, inspiring mission.”

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You can make a difference here

Join our team to help transform rare disease research.