April 13th-15th, 2018

MIT Campus

E14 (MIT Media Lab) 6th Floor, 75 Amherst St

@mithackmed #GrandHack

Are you interested in healthcare innovation?

Then this is the event for you!

Join MIT Hacking Medicine for one of the largest health hackathons in the world! This is the weekend to brainstorm and build innovative solutions with hundreds of like-minded engineers, clinicians, designers, developers and business people. Within our three hackathon tracks, there is sure to be a healthcare challenge for everyone!
Interested in helping out? Sign up to be a mentor or get in touch!

Global Public Health Track:

Affordable and Accessible Solutions that Will Scale

Creating solutions to minimize the stigma and challenges that surround patients living with their illness. This track will discover innovative approaches aimed to improve a patient’s ability to maintain a high level of independence by improving patient quality of life and patient outcomes.

Connected Health Track:

Breaking Down Barriers Across Health Systems

How can we use multi-source data to improve the provision of healthcare services? With the distribution of healthcare for a single patient across many providers, it is now more important than ever to improve synergy. This track will focus on innovating existing community workflows to promote quality healthcare delivery.

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MIT Hacking Medicine09/13/2018 @ 11:00
Introducing the new co-directors of @mithackmed #healthcare #innovation #entrepeneurship #medicine

Kriti Subramanyam is a Ph.D. candidate in the Harvard-MIT Health Sciences and Technology (HST) program, where her research focuses on the design of implantable devices to treat peritoneal cancer metastasis and their impact on the immune system. She is passionate about translational medical solutions especially in the area of global oncology.
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MIT Hacking Medicine09/13/2018 @ 10:45
Introducing the new co-directors of @mithackmed #healthcare #innovation #entrepeneurship #medicine

Freddy Nguyen, MD, PhD is an Arnold O. Beckman Postdoctoral Fellow in the Chemical Engineering Department at MIT. He received his MD-PhD from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He spent his career developing optical imaging methods for diagnostics, surgical guidance, and disease monitoring. He is currently developing nanosensors and imaging platforms for the real-time in vivo monitoring of cancer treatment and drug delivery.
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MIT Hacking Medicine09/13/2018 @ 10:30
Introducing the new co-directors of @mithackmed #healthcare #innovation #entrepeneurship #medicine

Liam Loscalzo is a data scientist with a particular passion for healthcare. Beyond using data to answer the 'what,' he uses it to answer the 'why' and 'how' so that we can better understand systemic inefficiencies and make new insights into human health. He is currently pursuing a Master's of Health Data Science at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, and is a data scientist at biomedical AI startup nference.
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MIT Hacking Medicine09/11/2018 @ 13:48
Join @mithackmed & @MtSinaiRehabMed for MIT NYC Grand Hack Nov 16-18 at @MountSinaiNYC! This is the wkd to innovate with 100s of scientists, engineers, clinicians, designers, & developers! #healthcare #hackathon #medicine #science #entrepeneurship

Interested in helping out? You can partner with us, become a sponsor, be a mentor, contact us at nycgrandhack2018@mit.edu

We are taking our flagship event, the MIT Grand Hack, to New York City this fall on November 16-18, 2018 at Mt Sinai. Join MIT Hacking Medicine and the Mount Sinai Department of Rehabilitation and Human Performance in New York City for one of the largest healthcare hackathons in the world! This is the weekend to brainstorm and build innovative solutions with hundreds of like-minded engineers, clinicians, designers, developers and business people. Within our three tracks, there is sure to be a healthcare challenge for everyone!
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MIT Hacking Medicine09/06/2018 @ 17:26
On September 28-30, the Empire State Opioid Epidemic Innovation Challenge will serve as an open-innovation platform for a diverse community to co-create solutions that have the potential to change the trajectory of the local and national opioid crisis. Register to participate in the Challenge Summit & Solutions Sprint! #OpioidSolutionsNY http://bit.ly/OpioidSolutionsNY
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MIT Hacking Medicine09/03/2018 @ 2:09
Throw Back to the MIT #GrandHack 2018! Save the date for MIT #GrandHack2019 - May 3-5, 2019!! #healthcare #hackathon #medicine #innovation #entrepeneurship

Freddy Nguyen Kriti Subramanyam Liam Loscalzo Shriya Srinivasan Nancy Hung Sonia Xu Khalil Ramadi Tatyana Gubin Christopher Lee Andrea Ippolito Lina Avancini Colucci
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09/13/2018 @ 11:14
Introducing the new @mithackmed co-directors Kriti Subramanyam is a PhD student in @mit_hst and focuses on implantable devices to treat peritoneal cancer metastasis. She is passionate about translational #medicine and global #oncology. #healthcare #innovation #entrepeneurship https://t.co/Orilu5tXM7 mithackmed photo
09/13/2018 @ 7:45
Introducing the new @mithackmed co-directors: Freddy Nguyen​ @freddytn is a @BeckmanFnd Postdoctoral Fellow @MITChemE. He is passionate about developing optical & nanotechnology tools for diagnostics and treatment monitoring. #healthcare #innovation #entrepeneurship #medicine https://t.co/5qE2WJqcJX mithackmed photo
09/13/2018 @ 7:41
Introducing the new @mithackmed co-directors: Liam Loscalzo is a data scientist with a passion for healthcare. Beyond using data to answer the 'what,' he answers the 'why' and 'how' to gain new insights into human health. #healthcare #innovation #entrepeneurship #medicine https://t.co/H1FS1tsydf mithackmed photo