Five MBA students and a recent graduate will spend the summer developing their business ventures as fellows at the Yale Entrepreneurial Institute.
The institute provides teams of entrepreneurs from across Yale University with financial support, a workspace, mentoring, workshops with entrepreneurs, and opportunities for networking and meeting potential investors.
The SOM students' ventures include:
- Isoplexis, a biotechnology company developing a technology, based on Yale research, for measuring immune response by analyzing protein secretions of single cells. The founders are Sean Mackay '14 and Kara Brower YC '13.
- TummyZen, which has created a new antacid, also based on Yale research. The founders are Hasan Ansari '14, Srikar Prasad '14, Fanni Li '14, and Yulia Khvan '14.
- Truly Protect, a software company developing a method for encrypting software code in order to protect developers from theft. The founder is Dor Zaidenberg '13.
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