Dr. Elizabeth Clayborne was born and raised in Denver, Colorado. She attended Duke University as an undergraduate where she designed her own major in Medical Ethics and Religion. Prior to medical school she completed a two-year research fellowship at National Institutes of Health in the Social and Behavioral Research Branch of the National Human Genome Research Institute with a research focus on race, ethnicity and genetics. Dr. Clayborne attended medical school at Case Western Reserve University where she completed a dual MD/MA Bioethics degree in 4 years. She went on to complete residency in Emergency Medicine at the George Washington University Hospital and served as Chief Resident in her fourth year.
Dr. Clayborne is currently a faculty member at the University of Maryland School of Medicine Department of Emergency Medicine with an academic focus on ethics, health policy, end of life care and innovation/entrepreneurship.
As TEDCO’s Chief Marketing & Communications Officer, Tammi develops and oversees the implementation of the organization’s brand, marketing, and communications strategy. Her leadership and knowledge are instrumental in establishing TEDCO as the most recognized organization in Maryland for identifying, investing in, and growing technology-based businesses. Tammi is an award-winning communicator with more than 25 years of experience in marketing, technology, economic development, higher education, and entrepreneurship.
NasaClip offers the first and only adjustable nosebleed rescue device that provides constant, comfortable, hands-free compression. Nosebleeds typically aren’t serious, but they’re surprisingly difficult for healthcare professionals to treat. Most treatment methods are time-consuming, invasive and painful – using multiple hospital resources and leaving patients unhappy. That’s why Dr. Clayborne created NasaClip. NasaClip combines external nasal pressure & intranasal sponges into one hands-free device for a better way to treat nosebleeds, in clinics, schools, home or any setting.