Why I: Isomorphic Labs colleagues share what attracted them and inspires their work

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Our people are at the core of what makes Iso such a unique and exciting place to work. Hear from Isos themselves on why they joined the team, what inspires them, how they relate to our mission and what a day is like at Isomorphic Labs. We are actively recruiting the diverse, inclusive and multidisciplinary team that will redefine drug discovery and realise the promise of digital biology. Please visit here to learn about available roles.

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Joanna Yoo, Machine Learning Engineer

“There’s a recognition at Iso that no one knows everything. Whether that’s a colleague teaching us something we don’t know, or reading a paper to get our heads around a subject we aren’t familiar with, everyone acknowledges that we need to keep learning and not just rely on what worked for us in the past. Maybe it sounds like a small thing, but for me, it signals that although we’re working with urgency, it’s okay - and actually mission-critical - to invest time in understanding others’ perspectives. I love, for example, working with our chemists. They see things from a completely different point of view that makes my work even better. This makes Isomorphic Labs stand out from many other companies.”  

Lizzie Pinkney, People Partner

“I think about our mission a lot and what we’ll have to do to accomplish it. Everyone came to Iso with so many professional achievements, but completely revolutionising the drug discovery process is something no one has ever done before. There are a ton of questions we hope to be the first to answer, and many questions we don’t even know we need to ask yet. It’s really encouraging to see how much people embrace this uncertainty and stretch outside of their comfort zones. It creates a real sense of community knowing that we’re all in it together.”

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Rebecca Paul, Team Leader, Drug Discovery

One of the most exciting parts of working at Iso is that everyone has a voice. We’ve brought together this incredibly talented team of scientists and engineers and we work closely together in a very collaborative environment, united by our commitment to transform drug discovery. It’s an environment that is buzzing with ideas and innovation. But whether you’re in a senior leadership position or this is your first foray into the drug discovery industry, everyone brings unique skills and creativity. We all have the ability to shape the direction of our future research - it’s an incredibly exciting place to be.” 

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Benedek Rozemberczki, Research Scientist

 “It can sometimes be a bit intimidating meeting people who are at the top of their field. I think there’s a sense - particularly in science and technology - that the most successful people are inaccessible or unapproachable. For me, the really special thing about Iso is that despite having some of the best scientists, technologists, and operations professionals in the world on the team, everyone is incredibly down to earth. Our success really depends on us being able to get the best out of each other, and use our expertise as a group to revolutionise drug discovery. People are really willing to invest in one another - whether it be in their personal relationships or their professional development - and I feel like we’re always helping each other grow.”

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Catherine Tong, Research Scientist

 “It hasn’t been long since I joined Iso, but already, I love being a part of this team. When we’re in group meetings, everybody is really interested in what you have to say and provides meaningful feedback. That feedback gives me a ton of energy: everybody is focused on the same goal, and even though we're working on different parts of the project and have different backgrounds, we find ways to genuinely collaborate and help each other. It's such a step change from what it was like during my PhD, which at times could be pretty isolating. I just love that feeling and really look forward to the interactions I have with my colleagues.” 

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Martin Lakatos, Talent Acquisition Coordinator

“I really love that I can be my authentic self at Iso and feel safe. For companies doing hard science, there’s often a perception that comes with it: you have to have a certain background to be successful, or do things a certain way to fit in. It’s not like that here. Iso really wants you to be yourself, and I've found that everyone here is determined to create an inclusive environment. People are kind, and they welcome and respect the differences I bring to Iso. It’s such a weight off my shoulders to know that I have the support of my colleagues and to feel like I belong.  At Iso, I know that it’s okay to just be me." 

Join us at Isomorphic Labs, where you can build a career while you build a company, and help realise the promise of digital biology.

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