“It’s humbling ... it makes all the hard work, and the late nights, and the trials and tribulations of the startup life, all worth it to know the impact that it’s making.” — Billy Heim (SSE ’07, B ’12), discusses the development of a graft that can regenerate a nipple and areola for breast reconstruction for breast cancer survivors. The graft was developed by NICHOLAS PASHOS (SSE ’17), alumnus of Tulane’s Bioinnovation PhD program. https://tulane.it/billy-heim-wwl-tv
Kimberly Gramm leads the new Innovation Institute, which is at the vanguard of improving lives and transforming New Orleans and the region by boosting breakthroughs and discoveries and spurring the creation of new businesses that will bring these advances to market faster.
As a part of Tulane’s Bioinnovation PhD program, Derek Dashti (SSE ’19) developed an organ regenerative implant technology designed to regenerate a patient’s damaged esophagus in an effort to treat esophageal cancer. The technology can also generate other damaged organs and tissue. He founded his startup, D & P Bioinnovations, to design and develop biomedical technologies and products.https://tulane.it/implant-technology