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Weavr Health Named a “2022 Best Place to Work” by Built In 

Weavr Health Named a “2022 Best Place to Work” by Built In 

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Jan. 5, 2022 – Weavr Health, a diagnostics company focused on revolutionizing diagnostic testing, was recognized on the Built In 2022 list of 50 Best Small Places to Work in Boston.  


“Over the past year, we have nearly tripled the size of our team and have made key clinical and regulatory hires as we focus on expanding applications and partnerships for our at-home blood collection and testing platform,” said Linh Hoang, MD, PhD, CEO of Weavr Health. “Our growth speaks to our strong company culture and also to the importance of our mission. One of the common threads among employees at Weavr is a desire to help build a company and platform that can improve global health by making diagnostics more accessible.”  


“I joined Weavr because I saw it as an opportunity to empower people to engage with their health in a way that can truly lead to better outcomes,” added Wendy Harman, Vice President of Product & Commercial. “We are just getting started. We’ve got big goals, and we’ve got big cups of coffee fueling our progress. We are building a company that is here for the long-haul.” 


Built In’s annual Best Places to Work Awards program, now in its fourth year, honors companies of all sizes, from startups to large corporations, using data about compensation, benefits and company-wide programming. The program weighs the criteria that matter most to job seekers, including remote and flexible work opportunities, DEI programs and people-first cultural offerings.  


Weavr is continuing to grow and is currently hiring for roles in clinical R&D, product development and marketing. For more information on career opportunities at Weavr Health, visit  



About Weavr Health
Weavr Health develops easy-to-use, reliable blood collection devices designed to ensure anyone, anywhere can access the best health and wellness care by making at-home blood collection and testing accessible and affordable. Its mission is to create devices that connect people, and their providers, to better health. For more information, please visit 


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