Skin Biologist eyes new business opportunities

Jul 18, 2019 | Alumni, MTSC, Ventures

“If you’d said to me when I was younger that I would be establishing a business to change skin care testing practices, I would have laughed. I actually fell into this field by accident”

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“If you’d said to me when I was younger that I would be establishing a business to change skin care testing practices, I would have laughed. I actually fell into this field by accident”

 

Talking about how she turned her passion and interest in the biology of skin into a business venture, Cohort One alumni, Rosalind Hannen, has shared her experience of moving from looking at a “microscopic” level to seeing her research in a “global perspective” in the Queen Mary Bioenterprises H1 2019 newsletter. A view point Ros believes is starting to become more common in academia. For us at MTSC, it is always a pleasure to hear about the continuing growth and development of our alumni community.

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Keratify aims to change in vitro skin testing practices to one that improves accuracy compared to existing methods. In Ros’s own words, “we have created a new skin testing platform that we believe is the most effective way to maintain skin in culture.”

Filming Cohort One Ventures

Filiming the Cohort One Ventures, Ros Hannen

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