What unites the diverse group selected to participate in the inaugural ZeroTo510 medical device accelerator?
In a word, entrepreneurship.
That’s the common thread that binds the founders of the six startups selected for the ZeroTo510 program in Memphis.
Some are experienced health care professionals; some are just starting their careers. Some are full-fledged professors at prestigious universities; some are graduate students and research assistants. Some are Memphians; others live and work elsewhere.
“It’s inspirational how the spirit of entrepreneurship brings them together,” said Allan Daisley, director of innovation and entrepreneurship for Memphis Bioworks Foundation, the organization that houses and administers ZeroTo510.