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Uma Valeti is a cardiologist and the CEO and cofounder of Upside Foods.

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Valeti cofounds Memphis Meats, now known as Upside Foods.
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Uma Valeti cofounded Upside Foods, originally named Memphis Meats, in 2015 in San Francisco with Nicholas Genovese and Will Clem. The company produces meat directly from animal cells without the need to raise and slaughter animals.

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Uma Valeti

Uma Valeti is a cardiologist and the CEO and co-foundercofounder of Upside Foods.

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Dr. Uma Valeti is a cardiologist and the CEO and co-foundercofounder of clean meat company Upside Foods (formerly known as Memphis Meats). He is also an adjunct professor at the Stanford University School of Medicine and serves on the advisory council of the Good Food Institute.

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Valeti became concerned about food-borne illnesses from eating meat and contamination issues in slaughterhouses. Additionally, as a cardiologist, he wanted to improve people's health. "I got into cardiology because I wanted to positively impact human health. I see my role at Memphis Meats as an extension of that mission – I get to play a larger role in improving our food system from a public health perspective," stated Uma Velati. In 2005, during his practice in Interventionalinterventional cardiology at Mayo Clinic, they had a study on repairing muscle tissue of the heart with stem cells. He realized then that stem cells can be used to grow animal muscle tissue or meat as well.

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HeValeti grew up in Vijayawada, India. His father was a veterinarian and his mother was a physics teacher. He went to Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research. He had his residency for internal medicine at the Wayne State University School of Medicine and State University of New York College at Buffalo. Dr. Valeti earned a fellowship in cardiovascular disease and interventional cardiology at the Mayo School of Health Sciences.

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Uma Valeti

Uma Valeti is a cardiologist, and the CEO and Co-Founderco-founder of Upside Foods.

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Dr. Uma Valeti is a cardiologist and the CEO and co-founder of clean meat company Upside Foods (formerly known as Memphis Meats). He is also an adjunct professor at the Stanford University School of Medicine and serves on the advisory council of the Good Food Institute.

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Valeti became concerned about food-borne illnesses from eating meat, and contamination issues in slaughterhouses. Additionally, as a cardiologist, he wanted to improve people's health. "I got into cardiology because I wanted to positively impact human health. I see my role at Memphis Meats as an extension of that mission – I get to play a larger role in improving our food system from a public health perspective," stated Uma Velati. In 2005, during his practice in Interventional cardiology at Mayo Clinic, they had a study on repairing muscle tissue of the heart with stem cells. He realized then that stem cells can be used to grow animal muscle tissue or meat as well.

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He grew up in Vijayawada, India. His father was a veterinarian and his mother was a physics teacher. He went to Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research. He had his residency for internal medicine at the Wayne State University School of Medicine and State State University of New York College at BuffaloUniversity of New York College at Buffalo. Dr. Valeti earned a fellowship in cardiovascular disease and interventional cardiology at the Mayo School of Health Sciences.

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Uma Valeti graduates from medical school at Jawaharlal Institute Of Postgraduate Medical Education And Research (JIPMER).
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Dr. Uma Valeti is a cardiologistcardiologist and the CEO and cofounderco-founder of clean meat company Upside Foods (formerly known as Memphis Meats). He is also an adjunct professor at the Stanford University School of Medicine.

Upside Foods

In 2015, together with Nicholas Genovese and Will Clem, Uma Valeti founded Memphis Meats in San Francisco, California. The company, now called Upside Foods, produces meat directly from animal cells without the need to raise and slaughter animals. "I got into cardiology because I wanted to positively impact human health. I see my role at Memphis Meats as an extension of that mission – I get to play a larger role in improving our food system from a public health perspective."

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Valeti, a carnivore for many years of his life got disturbed by the food-borne illness that can be acquired by eating meat. The contamination in slaughterhouses grossed him out. "I loved eating meat, but I didn't like the way it was being produced", he says. "I thought, there has to be a better way." In 2005, during his practice in Interventional cardiology at Mayo Clinic, they had a study on repairing muscle tissue of the heart with stem cells. He realized that stem cells can be used to grow animal muscle tissue or meat as well.

Upside Foods

Uma Valeti cofounded Upside Foods, originally named Memphis Meats, in 2015 in San Francisco with Nicholas Genovese and Will Clem. The company produces meat directly from animal cells without the need to raise and slaughter animals.

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At Upside Foods, Uma Valeti and his team believe that their innovation will feed the people and it will have a less negative impact on the environment. They are producing clean meat in a controlled environment that is free from any disease, infection, and contamination. The company has cut down the cost of production by eliminating raising, feeding and slaughtering animals. And most importantly, clean meat production does not contribute to the planet's greenhouse gas.

Valeti became concerned about food-borne illnesses from eating meat, and contamination issues in slaughterhouses. Additionally, as a cardiologist, he wanted to improve people's health. "I got into cardiology because I wanted to positively impact human health. I see my role at Memphis Meats as an extension of that mission – I get to play a larger role in improving our food system from a public health perspective," stated Uma Velati. In 2005, during his practice in Interventional cardiology at Mayo Clinic, they had a study on repairing muscle tissue of the heart with stem cells. He realized then that stem cells can be used to grow animal muscle tissue or meat as well.

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He grew up in Vijayawada, India. His father was a veterinarian and his mother was a Physicsphysics teacher. He went to Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research. He had his residency for internal medicine at the Wayne State University School of Medicine and State University of New York College at Buffalo. Dr. Valeti earned a fellowship in cardiovascular disease and interventional cardiology at the Mayo School of Health Sciences.

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Memphis Meats has been producing clean beef, poultry, and duck. It has developed its production, marketing, and company as a whole to meet the demands for clean meat in different parts of the world.

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He grew up in Vijayawada, India. His father was a veterinarian and his mother was a Physics teacher. He went to Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research. He had his residency for internal medicine at the Wayne State University School of Medicine and State University of New York College at Buffalo. Dr. Valeti earned a fellowship in cardiovascular disease and interventional cardiology at the Mayo School of Health Sciences.

Dr. Valeti earned a fellowship in cardiovascular disease and interventional cardiology at the Mayo School of Health Sciences. He is a cardiologist in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and is affiliated with the University of Minnesota Medical Center, West Bank Campus. He has more than 20 years of practice in cardiology.

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Dr. Uma Valeti is a cardiologist and the CEO and cofounder of clean meat company Upside Foods (formerly known as Memphis Meats). He is also an adjunct professor at the Stanford University School of Medicine.

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Valeti, a carnivore many years of his life got disturbed by the food-borne illness that can be acquired by eating meat. The contamination in slaughterhouses grossed him out. "I loved eating meat, but I didn't like the way it was being produced", he says. "I thought, there has to be a better way." In 2005, during his practice in Interventional cardiology at Mayo Clinic, they had a study on repairing muscle tissue of the heart with stem cells. He realized that stem cells can be used to grow animal muscle tissue or meat as well.

In 2015, together with Nicholas Genovese and Will Clem, Uma Valeti founded Memphis Meats in San Francisco, California. The company, now called Upside Foods, produces meat directly from animal cells without the need to raise and slaughter animals. "I got into cardiology because I wanted to positively impact human health. I see my role at Memphis Meats as an extension of that mission – I get to play a larger role in improving our food system from a public health perspective."

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In 2015, together with Nicholas Genovese and Will Clem, Uma Valeti founded Memphis Meats in San Francisco, California. the company, not called Upside Foods, UPSIDE Foods produces meat directly from animal cells without the need to raise and slaughter animals. "I got into cardiology because I wanted to positively impact human health. I see my role at Memphis Meats as an extension of that mission – I get to play a larger role in improving our food system from a public health perspective." Memphis Meats has been producing clean beef, poultry and duck. It has developed its production, marketing and company as a whole to meet the demands for clean meat in different parts of the world.

Valeti, a carnivore for many years of his life got disturbed by the food-borne illness that can be acquired by eating meat. The contamination in slaughterhouses grossed him out. "I loved eating meat, but I didn't like the way it was being produced", he says. "I thought, there has to be a better way." In 2005, during his practice in Interventional cardiology at Mayo Clinic, they had a study on repairing muscle tissue of the heart with stem cells. He realized that stem cells can be used to grow animal muscle tissue or meat as well.

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Memphis Meats has been producing clean beef, poultry, and duck. It has developed its production, marketing, and company as a whole to meet the demands for clean meat in different parts of the world.

At Upside Foods, Uma Valeti and his team believe that their innovation will feed the people and it will have a less negative impact on the environment. They are producing clean meat in a controlled environment that is free from any disease, infection, and contamination. The company has cut down the cost of production by eliminating raising, feeding and slaughtering animals. And most importantly, clean meat production does not contribute to the planet's greenhouse gas.

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He grew up in Vijayawada, India. His father was a veterinarian and his mother was a Physics teacher. He went to Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research. He had his residency for internal medicine at the Wayne State University School of Medicine and State University of New York College at Buffalo.

He grew up in Vijayawada, India. His father was a veterinarian and his mother was a Physics teacher. He went to Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research and took medicine. He had his residency for internal medicine at the Wayne State University School of Medicine and University at Buffalo. Dr. Valeti earned a fellowship in cardiovascular disease and interventional cardiology at the Mayo School of Health Sciences. He is a cardiologist in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and is affiliated with the University of Minnesota Medical Center, West Bank Campus. He has more than 20 years of practice in cardiology.

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Valeti cofounds Memphis Meats, now known as Upside Foods.
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He grew up in Vijayawada, India. His father was a veterinarian and his mother was a Physics teacher. He pursued in the field of medicine. He went to Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research and took medicine. He had his residency for internal medicine at the Wayne State University School of Medicine and University at Buffalo. Dr. Valeti earned fellowship in cardiovascular disease and interventional cardiology at the Mayo School of Health Sciences. He is a cardiologist in Minneapolis, Minnesota and is affiliated with University of Minnesota Medical Center, West Bank Campus. He has more than 20 years of practice in cardiology.

Upside Foods

Valeti, a carnivore many years of his life got disturbed by the food-borne illness that can be acquired by eating meat. The contamination in slaughterhouses grossed him out. "I loved eating meat, but I didn't like the way it was being produced", he says. "I thought, there has to be a better way." In 2005, during his practice in Interventional cardiology at Mayo Clinic, they had a study on repairing muscle tissue of the heart with stem cells. He realized that stem cells can be used to grow animal muscle tissue or meat as well.

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In 2015, together with Nicholas Genovese and Will Clem, Uma Valeti founded Memphis Meats in San Francisco, California. Theirthe company, isnot harvestingcalled meatsUpside Foods, inUPSIDE Foods produces meat directly from animal cells without the laboratoryneed to raise and slaughter animals. "I got into cardiology because I wanted to positively impact human health. I see my role at Memphis Meats as an extension of that mission – I get to play a larger role in improving our food system from a public health perspective." Memphis Meats has been producing clean beef, poultry and duck. It has developed its production, marketing and company as a whole to meet the demands for clean meat in different parts of the world.

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He grew up in Vijayawada, India. His father was a veterinarian and his mother was a Physics teacher. He went to Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research and took medicine. He had his residency for internal medicine at the Wayne State University School of Medicine and University at Buffalo. Dr. Valeti earned fellowship in cardiovascular disease and interventional cardiology at the Mayo School of Health Sciences. He is a cardiologist in Minneapolis, Minnesota and is affiliated with University of Minnesota Medical Center, West Bank Campus. He has more than 20 years of practice in cardiology.

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Dr. Uma Valeti is a cardiologist turned into an entrepreneur. He isand the CEO and Co-Foundercofounder of clean meat company Upside Foods (formerly known as Memphis Meats).

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Uma Valeti

Uma Valeti is a cardiologist, the CEO and Co-Founder of MemphisUpside MeatsFoods.

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Dr. Uma Valeti is a cardiologist turned into an entrepreneur. He is the CEO and Co-Founder of clean meat company Upside Foods (formerly known as Memphis MeatsMemphis Meats).

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At MemphisUpside MeatsFoods, Uma Valeti and his team believe that their innovation will feed the people and it will have a less negative impact on the environment. They are producing clean meat in a controlled environment that is free from any disease, infection and contamination. The company has cut down the cost of production by eliminating raising, feeding and slaughtering animals. And most importantly, clean meat production does not contribute to the planet's greenhouse gas.

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In 2015, together with Nicholas Genovese and Will Clem, Uma Valeti founded Memphis Meats in San Francisco, California. Their company is harvesting meats in the laboratory. "I got into cardiology because I wanted to positively impact human health. I see my role at Memphis Meats as an extension of that mission – I get to play a larger role in improving our food system from a public health perspective." Memphis Meats has been producing clean beef, poultry and duck. It has developed its production, marketing and company as a whole to meet the demands for clean meat in different parts of the world.

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Valeti, a carnivore many years of his life got disturbed by the food-borne illness that can be acquired by eating meat. The contamination in slaughterhouses grossed him out. "I loved eating meat, but I didn't like the way it was being produced"," he says. "I thought, there has to be a better way." In 2005, during his practice in Interventional cardiology at Mayo Clinic, they had a study on repairing muscle tissue of the heart with stem cells. He realized that stem cells can be used to grow animal muscle tissue or meat as well.

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In 2015, together with Nicholas Genovese and Will Clem, Uma Valeti founded Memphis Meats in San Francisco, California. Their company is harvesting meats in the laboratory. "I got into cardiology because I wanted to positively impact human health. I see my role at Memphis Meats as an extension of that mission – I get to play a larger role in improving our food system from a public health perspective. Memphis Meats has been producing clean beef, poultry and duck. It has developed its production, marketing and company as a whole to meet the demands for clean meat in different parts of the world.

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