Nina Tandon is the CEO and co-founder of EpicBone. EpicBone is the world’s first company growing living human bones for skeletal reconstruction. Apart from being a founder of the said company, she is also known as the co-author of “Super Cells: Building with Biology” and a TED Senior Fellow.
An adjunct professor of Electrical Engineering at the Cooper Union, she is also noted to be a Staff Associate Postdoctoral Researcher in the Laboratory for Stem Cells and Tissue Engineering at Columbia University.
In one of her interviews, Nina shared how she stays in fit and healthy shape. She said, “I try to go running three times a week— two short two-mile runs and a longer one on the weekend (this weekend I’m doing a half marathon!). I try to squeeze Yoga into my schedule twice a week and meditations every day (just five minutes sitting, but daily). I also try to walk while having meetings or phone calls, or I walk the subway platform while I’m waiting for the train and take stairs instead of elevators whenever possible. For me, getting enough sleep, practicing meditation, and just making small choices about getting exercise in everyday life are essential, since I don’t have a ton of time for long workouts.”
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