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That's why Mirza and 26-year-old geneticist Brittany Barreto have spent the last year huddled in their downtown Houston office, working steadily to launch the nation's first genetics-based dating app, Pheramor.
Brittany brought in the genetics, and I have a background in expansion and capacity building - taking a project and scaling it." Also at the accelerator was Bin Huang, a doctoral candidate at Rice University, studying computational biology.And everyone has always been like, 'You should do it.' But it was always, like, fear and timing, and not knowing how," she said.Then last year, while finishing up her doctorate in genetics at Baylor College of Medicine, she pitched the idea of a DNA-based dating app at an accelerator program, where Mirza, who had just graduated from Duke University, was also in attendance. And I think we were like, the only women at the accelerator," Mirza said.But, according to a report from e earlier this year, 53 percent of people lie on their profiles.And that's not counting the people who enter such bland answers that they fail to stick out from the pack. "And then you meet them, and they're not even adventurous.