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Student and alumni's startup receives NSF grant

Tuesday, October 6, 2020
Lura Health, founded by Noah Hill, E21, Daniel Weinstein, E18, and Saam Borzog, D19, has received a grant to support development of an intra-oral salivary pH monitor.
Left to right, Daniel Weinsten, Saam Bozorg, and Noah Hill.
Left to right, Daniel Weinsten, Saam Bozorg, and Noah Hill. Background photo: Shutterstock; collage: Momo Shinzawa

Lura Health, a startup founded by Tufts engineering student Noah Hill, E21, and alumni Daniel Weinstein, E18, and Saam Borzog, D19, has received a National Science Foundation Phase I SBIR grant to support the development of an intra-oral salivary pH monitor. The award will help the team progress towards their goal of creating a comprehensive personal health management system that uses saliva as a diagnostic medium.

Hill, Weinstein, and Borzog’s recent efforts were covered by Tufts Now in February 2020. Learn more about their company’s origins and goals at https://now.tufts.edu/articles/taking-leap-startup-world-student.