Editor’s word:One other week has come and gone, and it is time to spherical up the highest headlines from the previous few days. Trending Houston tech and startup information on InnovationMap included innovators to know, a Q&A with the staff behind Greentown Houston, and extra.
This week’s roundup of Houston innovators consists of Kevin Coker of Proxima CRO, Gaurab Chakrabarti of Solugen, and Phil Sitter and Chris Chomenko of RepeatMD. Courtesy pictures
On this week’s roundup of Houston innovators to know, I am introducing you to 4 native innovators throughout industries — from advertising and marketing tech to artificial biology — lately making headlines in Houston innovation. Click here to continue reading.
Greentown Houston’s Juliana Garaizar and Emily Reichert look again on the climatetech incubator’s first yr. Pictures through greentownlabs.com
This Thursday, Greentown Houston formally celebrates the completion of its first yr on the town, in addition to the influence its made in simply the twelve months since its grand opening.
Emily Reichert, CEO of Greentown Labs, formally reduce the ribbon on the group’s first location exterior of the Boston space final Earth Day. Reichert, together with Juliana Garaizar, head of the Houston incubator and vp of innovation, joined InnovationMap for a Q&A trying again on this previous yr — together with what shocked them most and the place members are shifting in from. Click here to continue reading.
Baylor School of Drugs hosted U.S. Rep. Sylvia Garcia (TX-29) for a examine presentation. Picture courtesy of BCM
A brand new funding challenge that is part of the Bipartisan Omnibus Appropriations Invoice doled out over $10 million to well being care establishments — and a Houston initiative is cashing in on a bit of that funding.
Baylor School of Drugs and Harris Well being’s long-COVID care clinics acquired $1.1 million from the the Congressional Group Venture Funding program. U.S. Rep. Sylvia Garcia (TX-29) attended the examine presentation of the funding, as did Harris Well being CEO Dr. Esmaeil Porsa, BCM President, CEO, and Government Dean Dr. Paul Klotman, and Regional Director of the U.S. Division of Well being and Human Companies Sima Ladjevardian.
Lengthy-COVID signs, that are categorized by any stage of severity of the illness, can have an effect on organ techniques equivalent to the guts, lungs, or mind, and embrace persistent shortness of breath, mind fog or anxiousness. BCM began post-COVID remedy initiatives in 2021. Click here to continue reading.