Nina Tandon, Epibone

“If we view cells as living building blocks, we can start to think about generating next generation treatments that are fully alive and integrated into the human body.”

Nina Tandon

Nina Tandon, CEO & Co-Founder of Epibone, shared the story behind her title with us on Sunday, August 8th, 2021.

Dr. Tandon bridges the realms of business and science, with 10 years of experience in tissue engineering and more than eight in bioreactor design. She completed two advanced degrees at Columbia University: a Ph.D. and postdoc in stem cells and tissue engineering and an Executive MBA in healthcare entrepreneurship. Named one of the 100 most creative people in business by Fast Company, she is also a TED Senior Fellow and MIT & McKinsey alum. Nina enjoys yoga, rock climbing, surfing, and growing a strong business while growing strong bone. Her TED Talk on personalized medicine has been viewed more than a million times. Submit your question for Nina below.
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On paper, Nina’s resume is quite impressive with a Bachelors in Electrical Engineering, a Master’s in Bioelectrical Engineering, a PhD and an MBA! What was most impressive to me however was Nina’s ability to articulate her work in a way that was so clear and understandable to a lay person like myself. Her excitement, sense of curiosity and humor around the important work she is doing left me curious and excited myself to continue to follow her and see what she does next!

Listen to our interview with Nina below!

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