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finding new ways, together

 
 
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Hey there - you're here for the same reason we're here. The old ways of managing reproductive health have to change. Trade in your GYN's speculum and stirrups for organic cotton.

How do we intend to do that? We look at genomic signals from the cells in your tampon to discover early signs of disease that may affect your fertility and quality of life.

At NextGen Jane, we believe in enriching your QUALITY OF LIFE, expanding your AGENCY, and enabling your PURSUIT OF DATA. All good revolutions require a little blood and are anchored in coherent philosophies championed by an impassioned base. This is our revolution, to empower women and people who menstruate with the information needed to make smart decisions and take true health ownership. 

Every single month during your period, your body is providing you with a natural biopsy when it sheds your endometrial lining. What could we learn if we had the tools to listen? That's what we're developing at Jane - a way to listen to the molecular messages from the tissues of your body. Armed with our Smart Tampon platform that serves as a sentinel system for your reproductive health, we hope to impact how you manage your health, from puberty to post-menopause.

If you dig it, join us. Help us re-engineer the future, in your image.

 

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THE NEXTGEN JANE TEAM

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ridhi tariyal

Ridhi is an engineer, scientist, business woman, and aspiring writer. She started Jane out of frustration but has stayed for the rigorous intellectual challenge and the chance to fix something broken. Her passions include genomics, women's health, work in emerging markets and a good Spotify playlist.

  • MIT, SM Biomedical Enterprise
  • Harvard, MBA
  • Georgia Tech, BS Industrial Engineering
  • Broad Institute
  • Blavatnik Fellow
 
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stephen gire

Stephen is a scientist, designer, artist, and former chef. He started Jane out of deep empathy for what his sisters have gone through in order to get a clear diagnosis and has stayed for the satisfaction of building a different future for his nieces. His passions include virology, genomics, and photography. 

  • Columbia, MPH
  • Colorado State University, BS Biology
  • Centers for Disease Control 
  • United States Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID) Fellow
  • Whitehead Institute
  • Broad Institute
 
 

IN THE PRESS

We've been busy lately getting the word out about Jane. Click through the following press articles to learn more about what people are saying about NextGen Jane.