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Tina Nazerian

Tina Nazerian is a rising junior at Rice University, and an aspiring journalist. She is a reporting intern for Startup Houston/January Advisors.
SnapHealth: Direct Pay Healthcare

SnapHealth: Direct Pay Healthcare

“In this country, the cost of healthcare is the fundamental problem,” David Wong said after an ER shift. Wong, the founder and Chief Medical Officer of SnapHealth, a direct pay healthcare system, says that part of the reason healthcare costs became…
Molecule: Success and Spontaneity

Molecule: Success and Spontaneity

“Building an enterprise software business, especially one that is vertical specific – specific to energy – is not easy,” Sameer Soleja, the CEO of Molecule, an energy software company, said. “It may sound trite, but there are a lot of naysayers, because…
A Look Inside of SnapStream

A Look Inside of SnapStream

“We’re a team of 28 with our summer interns, and we’re a software company,” Rakesh Agrawal, the founder of SnapStream, said in the unique, colorful company office. However, Snapstream doesn’t do what you wuold think a typical software company does.…
3 Questions for Will Clifton of Procyrion

3 Questions for Will Clifton of Procyrion

According to Will Clifton, Procyrion‘s Director of Research and Development, over 5 million people will benefit from their heart pump. “The only treatment options are currently medicine, and at some point the medicine is not enough, and these patients get really sick at…
A Look Inside of AMRI

A Look Inside of AMRI

AMRI, short for the Advanced Manufacturing Research Institute, is a fellowship program “dedicated to fostering collaboration between the open source Maker community, the DIY Bio community, and the scientific research communities. Fellows at AMRI use their familiarity with open source…