Embracing business and medicine

“I get the most excitement and fulfillment out of working on the startup and approaching health care from the entrepreneurship and policy side.”

Griffin Daughtridge ’11 has mad time management skills. So much so that while attending medical school in one state and pursuing a master’s degree in another, he invented a medical diagnostic test and turned it into a business.

Fresh off winning the Harvard Business School’s 2016 New Venture Competition in April for UrSure Inc.—a startup that offers a urine test that can determine whether at-risk men are taking the drug PrEP daily to protect themselves from contracting HIV—he will devote his M.D. and his energies to growing his business.

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