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Juxtopia Imhotep: another Baltimore team competing for $10M health IT prize

It's a group of 13 minority and women students and entrepreneurs from high school and college. The team itself is led by Jayfus Doswell, the founder of local biotech and IT company Juxtopia.

Jayfus Doswell talking to ETC president Deb Tillett and Governor Martin O'Malley. Photo via Facebook.

The Johns Hopkins University students behind Team Aezon aren’t the only local competitors vying for $10 million in the global Qualcomm Tricorder XPRIZE health IT competition.
Another team, Juxtopia Imhotep, is a group of 13 minority and women students and entrepreneurs from high school and college. The team itself is led by Jayfus Doswell, the founder of biotech and IT company Juxtopia, which is based out of the Emerging Technology Center at the Johns Hopkins University – Eastern Campus on 33rd St.
Read about the Juxtopia Imhotep team members

People: Jayfus Doswell
Projects: Team Aezon
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