Alphabet healthcare arm Verily cuts jobs

Verily, a healthcare and life sciences arm of Google parent company Alphabet, has cut jobs.

The company has reorganized the operations of its immune profiler platform, which uses molecular profiling for drug development, a Verily spokesperson told Becker's.

"This move is aligned with our portfolio reprioritization announced last year, as Verily invests its resources to accelerate solutions that bridge the gap between care delivery and clinical research," the spokesperson emailed March 25. "This was a difficult decision to make, but that we believe will best enable us to deliver on our precision health promise."

Verily had previously laid off an unknown number of employees in October. The most recent round of job cuts was first reported by Business Insider.

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