Mason college student runs biotech startup

Story excerpt provided by Cincinnati Enquirer.

Written by Anne Saker.

Peeyush Shrivastava graduated from Mason High School class in 2013. He is a junior at Ohio State University. He also founded and now leads a 3-year-old biotech startup that has drawn investment dollars from billionaire Mark Cuban.

Shrivastava’s company, Genetesis, has built a noninvasive tool to monitor the electrical current flowing around a beating heart. The company has raised $1.2 million in seed financing, and the Mayo Clinic is collecting data on the device, called CardioFlux.

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Originally published December 8, 2016.

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