United States
Team Leader:
Anita Goel
Team Members:
Dan Triggs
Lisa Goel
Team Video

Nanobiosym Health RADAR

United States

“Nanobiosym’s mission is to empower people worldwide to take ownership over their own health. We are taking the ability to diagnose disease and monitor personal health outside of a hospital or pathology lab and are literally placing it into your own hands.”

Team Story

Nanobiosym® (NBS) is an Advanced Nanotech Incubator & Research Institute with a mission to: (1) Create new science and disruptive technologies that emerge at the convergence of physics, biomedicine, and nanotechnology; (2) Spin off new companies and joint ventures that capture the commercial impact of the promise of nanotechnology; and (3) Transition these technologies to solve some of the planet’s most pressing challenges in healthcare, energy, and the environment.

NBS serves as an incubator for transformational technologies that have the potential for a game-changing impact on society and seeks to leverage science and technology to address the planet’s greatest unmet needs in global health, energy and the environment.

Team Leader Bio

Dr. Anita Goel

A Harvard-MIT-trained Physicist-Physician, Dr. Anita Goel is a globally recognized leader in the emerging field of nanobiophysics, a new science at the convergence of physics, nanotechnology, and biomedicine. Nanobiophysics integrates these three fields to reveal new scientific solutions to the world’s most pressing challenges.

Her pioneering contributions to nanotechnology and nanobiophysics have been recognized globally by prestigious honors and awards, including multiple awards from US Government agencies such as Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), Department of Defense (DOD), Department of Energy (DOE), Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR) and US Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA).

Dr. Goel was named as one of the world’s “Top 35 Science and Technology Innovators under the age of 35” by MIT Technology Review. She holds a PhD in Physics from Harvard University, an MD from the Harvard-MIT Joint Division of Health Sciences & Technology (HST), and a BS in Physics with Honors and Distinction from Stanford University.