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Short conversations about connectivity, business development, innovation, entrepreneurship + commercialization in the Biotech Ecosystem. Originating from the city of resilience and rebirth, New Orleans, Louisiana. Visit us on our website:
https://biofromthebayou.com/

Bio from the Bayou James Zanewicz

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Short conversations about connectivity, business development, innovation, entrepreneurship + commercialization in the Biotech Ecosystem. Originating from the city of resilience and rebirth, New Orleans, Louisiana. Visit us on our website:
https://biofromthebayou.com/

    Episode 30: One Woman, Many Hats! A Day in the Life of Elaine Hamm, PhD

    Episode 30: One Woman, Many Hats! A Day in the Life of Elaine Hamm, PhD

    You’ve heard Elaine Hamm, PhD, discuss her role as Executive in Residence at Tulane School of Medicine and Executive Director of the Alliance for Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare, but did you know that she does much more? Elaine discusses her various startup companies, including Ascend BioVentures, Cadenza Bio, CLAIRIgene, Otologic Pharmaceutics, and even a wine bar called The Study. She also gives advice on how to juggle so many different projects effectively. Episode hosted by James Zanewicz, JD, LLM, RTTP.

    • 22 min
    Episode 29: Entrepreneur in Residence - Nick Pashos, PhD

    Episode 29: Entrepreneur in Residence - Nick Pashos, PhD

    Startup entrepreneurs coming from academic universities face countless challenges, many of which revolve around the fear of failure. Nick Pashos, PhD, Tulane School of Medicine’s Entrepreneur in Residence, discusses the common obstacles academic (and other) start-up companies face, and how he can provide support in his new role. He pulls from his own experiences as a startup CEO/Founder and talks about several of the emerging Tulane Medicine startups he is excited about. Episode hosted by Elaine Hamm, PhD.

    • 16 min
    Episode 28: Ecosystem Development (Mark Crowell)

    Episode 28: Ecosystem Development (Mark Crowell)

    “Innovation ecosystem” is a term often used in biotech, but what actually goes into building a strong ecosystem? Mark Crowell, Executive Entrepreneur in Residence at UNC Chapel Hill, talks about the elements that go into developing an innovation ecosystem, pulling from his experiences at Research Triangle Park in North Carolina. He also provides details about his startup company, Arkane Innovation. Episode hosted by Patrick Reed. This episode was recorded at Bio on the Bayou, the annual event in New Orleans showcasing academic science, biotech, and startups from the entire Gulf South region.

    • 18 min
    Episode 27: How Academia Can Best Work with Corporate Partners (Dr. Tari Suprapto)

    Episode 27: How Academia Can Best Work with Corporate Partners (Dr. Tari Suprapto)

    Partnerships in biotech are critical to innovation; however, forming and maintaining partnerships can often be a daunting task. Dr. Tari Suprapto, the Director of Search and Evaluation at Novo Nordisk, provides tips and insights into managing relationships between academic and corporate partners. She highlights the importance of personal connection, common goals, and communication within partnerships, and touches on dealing with imposter syndrome. Episode hosted by Kaneisha Akinpelumi. This episode was recorded at Bio on the Bayou, the annual event in New Orleans showcasing academic science, biotech, and startups from the entire Gulf South region.

    • 20 min
    Episode 26: The Alliance for Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare (Dr. Elaine Hamm)

    Episode 26: The Alliance for Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare (Dr. Elaine Hamm)

    As the application of artificial intelligence (AI) in the field of healthcare becomes more prevalent, an organization to convene all the relevant stakeholders has emerged. Frequent Host Dr. Elaine Hamm joins as a podcast guest in her role as Executive Director of the Alliance for Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare (AAIH), the international advocacy organization dedicated to the responsible adoption and application of AI in healthcare. She highlights the many ways AI is currently being used in the healthcare space, the potential it holds, and the importance of data diversity and access in the utilization of AI. She then highlights AAIH’s recent commentaries on both the Unified Patient Record and President Biden’s Executive Order on AI, and how you can become a member of this important organization. Episode hosted by James Zanewicz.

    • 21 min
    Episode 25: Whole Health Research (Dr. Tiffany Stewart)

    Episode 25: Whole Health Research (Dr. Tiffany Stewart)

    Recommended health habits often put the main focus on things like weight loss, dieting, and physical appearance. The notion of “whole health,” however, expands health goals across other aspects of wellbeing such as sleep, stress, and mental optimization to achieve a more complete picture of health. Dr. Tiffany Stewart discusses the importance of offering patients practical solutions for solving their health challenges and how her lab is leveraging digital health tools to accomplish this. She offers insight into how we can all achieve our health goals through meaningful incremental change. Episode hosted by Patrick Reed.

    • 19 min

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