Vibrent’s vision is to develop trusted, scientifically proven technology solutions that advance the state of world health.
Our mission is to accelerate health research to optimize human health through precision technology and digital tools that empower participant engagement, research analytics, and research management for researchers, research organizations and research participants.
Vibrent Health was founded in 2009 to address a gap in the health industry. In spite of the growth of health-related information technology companies, no company existed to fill the niche in biomedical research and mobile and digital health solutions.
Vibrent’s founder, Praduman Jain, Chief Executive Officer; together with Dave Klein, Chief Product Officer; and Neeta Jain, Chief Technology Officer, helped form and shape the company from early days to where it is today – a market leading enterprise on a growth path of population and precision medicine and digital health SaaS platform. Vibrent Health was formed to provide digital health technology and research tools to health organizations, researchers and research participants. Powering the next generation of precision medicine, Vibrent’s scalable technology SaaS platform for individual and population health provides actionable insights to help accelerate medical discoveries.
The U.S. House Representatives votes 220-215 to pass bill H.R. 3962, the Affordable Health Care for America Act, a plan for overhauling the health-care system.
President Obama signs the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act into law.
National Institutes of Health awards Vibrent Health initial funding of $75 million to become the Participant Technology Systems Center of the All of Us Research Program.
More than 400,000 participants enter their data into Vibrent Health’s Digital Solutions Platform with more than 200,000 achieving full enrollment in the All of Us Research Program.
George Mason University launches Health Starts Here, a longitudinal digital health study of student health, on Vibrent Health’s platform.
The Massey Cancer Center and Virginia Commonwealth University launch a landmark cancer study of Virginians on Vibrent Health’s platform.
The COVID-19 virus spreads to become a global pandemic, leading to millions of deaths around the world. Health research clinical sites shutdown worldwide and digital health research technology becomes a crucial force in stopping outbreaks and protecting public health.
NIH affirms Vibrent Health as the PTSC in a second major award with initial funding of $39 million for the program, expected to run five or more years.
In February 2021, Vibrent Health and partners George Mason University and Eastern Virginia Medical School launch COVIDsmart, a regional research effort that yields groundbreaking findings regarding mental health impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The University of Maryland Medical School and Vibrent Health announce a partnership to create a statewide precision health initiative to study the health of Marylanders.
The Mid-Atlantic Twins Registry and Vibrent Health announce the creation of a platform to promote genetic research discoveries through collaboration of twin sibling researchers around the world.
No company can do it alone. We lean on the expertise and passion of participants and subject matter experts to help guide us in our journey.
When you work at Vibrent, you are surrounded by a diverse group of people who share a passion for achieving excellence and making a lasting impact.
Many roles are available! Software engineering, test automation, product management, design, informatics, data analytics, health program management, user research, UI/UX design, project/program management, marketing communications and business development.Search for jobs
At Vibrent we celebrate diversity and believe our differences are our greatest strengths. We strongly encourage minority candidates to apply to roles for which we are recruiting for and provide equal opportunity to all Vibrent employees regarding compensation, benefits, and advancement opportunities.
At Vibrent we are always moving forward, and we know that our business moves forward when our people have the opportunity to grow. We invest in the development of our people.
We provide a $2,000 annual reimbursement for professional development activities and/or for tuition towards continuing education classes.
We have LinkedIn Learning licenses available for self-directed learners.
Our team leaders can also recommend courses or learning paths to assist with career growth and development.
Vibrent is a Remote First culture, we offer medical Insurance from Day 1, unlimited sick leave, a generous 401k matching retirement plan, rewards and recognition programs, team building events, pet insurance, and much more!
Vibrent Health is honored to support a number of charitable organizations through financial contributions, in-kind donations and volunteerism. In all we do at Vibrent, we strive to make our world a better place, using technology and innovation to help people live healthier lives.
Children’s Inn at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, MD, is a “place like home” for families and children participating in leading-edge NIH research studies. The inn provides a welcome and comforting place for families going through one of the most challenging situations a family will ever face—that of caring for a seriously ill child.
Hopecam provides technology, such as webcams, tablets, and internet access to children undergoing cancer treatment. Because treatment may require extended periods of isolation, the tech allows these children to stay in touch with loved ones and classmates. Hopecam helps children connect with their support group on their journey to recovery.
Vermont Adaptive Ski & Sports is an organization that empowers people of all abilities through inclusive sports and recreational programming regardless of ability to pay.
Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine is a non-profit research and advocacy organization which promotes plant-based diet, preventive medicine, and alternatives to animal research, and encourages what it describes as "higher standards of ethics and effectiveness in research."