New Orleans student-founded startup Instapath Bioptics has won the 2017 International Business Model Competition organized by Brigham Young University. With rapid, high-quality imaging, Instapath aims to improve how tissue biopsies are processed to increase pathology efficiency and reduce repeat biopsies for patients awaiting cancer diagnoses. The startup, which was founded by three doctoral students and one faculty member at Tulane University, received a $30,000 grand prize after advancing through several rounds and beating out 38 other teams selected for the competition.

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