Six Yale SOM Students Selected for Yale Entrepreneurial Institute Fellowships

Casper Daugaard ’13 pitches his venture, Spylight, to the audience at the Greenberg Center. Casper Daugaard ’13 pitches his venture, Spylight, to the audience at the Greenberg Center. 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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