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Texas Health Catalyst: 2015-16 Awards

Texas Health Catalyst aims to identify and support the translational research that has the potential to improve the value of care and impact clinical outcomes. Awardees are selected by the Texas Health Catalyst Advisory Panel based on predefined project criteria. Learn more about the program.

Drug Leads for Novel Mechanistic Approach to Treat Alzheimer's Disease

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Stephen Martin, PhD

Department of Chemistry, College of Natural Sciences

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James Sahn, PhD

Department of Chemistry, College of Natural Sciences

Jim Graham, MBA

Strike Bio, Inc. (project advisor)

Janet Walkow, PhD

Drug Dynamics Institute (project advisor)

Intraoperative Margin Assessment During Mohs Surgery

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James W. Tunnell, PhD

Biomedical Engineering, Cockrell School of Engineering

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Jason Reichenberg, MD

Dell Medical School & Seton Healthcare Family

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Matthew Fox, MD

Dell Medical School & Seton Healthcare Family

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Austin Moy, PhD

Biomedical Engineering, Cockrell School of Engineering

Kate Sebastian, RN, MPH

Seton Healthcare Family

Eric Mayes, PhD

Endomag (project advisor)

An Inexpensive NT-proBNP Sensor for Home Monitoring of Aging Individuals Suffering from Heart Failure

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Richard M Crooks, PhD

Department of Chemistry, College of Natural Sciences

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Ian Richards, PhD

Managing Member, Interactives Executive Excellence

Paul DeGregory

Department of Chemistry, College of Natural Sciences

Stephanie Kreml, MD

Popper and Company (project advisor)

Texas Health Catalyst also provided commercialization support for the following projects:

Point-of-Care Nucleic Acid Diagnostic Device
Andy Ellington, PhD, College of Natural Sciences

Wireless Tattoo-Like Holter Monitor
Nanshu Lu, PhD, Cockrell School of Engineering