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Ridhi Tariyal, M.B.A. ’09, and former Harvard researcher Stephen Gire became close friends while battling epidemics in West Africa. They have since teamed up to develop diagnostic technology that helps women monitor their own health and fertility.

Our blood, ourselves

Two Harvard-trained researchers are developing diagnostic technology to help women monitor their own health and fertility



A signing ceremony with  John A. Paulson, M.B.A. '80, and President Drew Faust marked the celebration of Harvard's largest gift. The $400 million will  support research, teaching, financial aid, and faculty development for Harvard’s School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, which has been renamed in honor of Paulson.

Big boost for SEAS

John A. Paulson’s $400 million gift will fuel School’s rapid growth in technology, engineering fields



Derek DiRocco (left) and Rafael Kramann (far right) are congratulated after their team, MatriTarg Laboratories, won the Deans' Health and Life Sciences Challenge, collecting a $40,000 grand prize. “The help the i-lab has provided has really been invaluable,” DiRocco, a research fellow at Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women’s Hospital, said. “It was very helpful to have assistance in growing our company and our ideas.”

Challenge met

Venture that aims to diagnose and treat solid organ fibrosis wins Deans' Health and Life Sciences Challenge