2016 Spaulding Rehabilitation Hackathon

By October 8, 2016 October 13th, 2018 Uncategorized
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The Spaulding #Hackathon focuses on the development of creative and innovative solutions specifically for rehabilitation medicine challenges. This is your chance to join with other talented individuals to look for innovative ways to solve problems to benefit caregivers and patients. Presented by the Harvard Medical School Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Spaulding, this hackathon event brings clinicians, engineers, designers, programmers, and entrepreneurs together to tackle clinical and healthcare related problems specific to rehabilitative medicine.

Register: http://bit.ly/SpauldingRehabHack_2016

Date: October 14 -15, 2016

Venue: Microsoft Nerd CenterCambridge, MA

Prizes:

1st place prize

  • $2000 Cash
  • $5000 legal Services from Foley Hoag
  • $3500 iOS development from Beacon Growth
  • 3 month Membership to Cambridge Innovation Center

2nd Place Prize

  • $1000 Cash
  • $1500 iOS Development

Best Design Award

  • $10,000 Design services from Mad*Pow

All winners eligible to participate in the Spaulding Accelerator Program.

Judges:

  • David Storto –     Partners Continuing CareAmy Cueva –       Mad*Pow
  • Ross Zafonte –    Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital & Harvard Medical School
  • Elaine Chen –      Harvard iLab
  • Michael Muehe – City of Cambridge
  • Dan Newman –    Partner, Cross Atlantic Ventures
  • Ralph Sheridan – Launchpad Venture Group