Eager to brainstorm and build innovative tech solutions for problems in healthcare? Broadly interested in medicine, technology, research, policy, and/or entrepreneurship? Submit our short application here by 9/15 at 11:59pm.
Princeton MediHack, a 36-hour healthcare-focused hackathon that brings together small teams of competitors across the nation to collaborate on a software, hardware, or design thinking project that seeks to resolve a pressing need within medicine.
What does MediHack do?
This year’s theme will be called Healthcare in the New Age — emphasizing the boom in new healthcare technologies that have risen post-pandemic.
Competitors will form small teams and choose to submit a project within one of several competition tracks including: digital health and remote monitoring, disease screening and diagnostics, and the social determinants of health.
We’ll offer generous prizes to teams with the brightest ideas, provide fun networking opportunities, and offer specialized workshops. Previous sponsors have included IBM and Epic and previous keynote speakers have included the CEO of Wellsheet.
How do I apply?
First, we want to stress that since being on this team means organizing and hosting an event, you don’t need any prior coding or technical experience! We welcome everyone from all majors and backgrounds and especially encourage those underrepresented in the medicine and tech fields to apply.
If you’re interested but not ready to submit an application, fill out our interest form to get reminders about deadlines.
Already in? ;) Submit our short application here by 9/15 at 11:59pm.
Interviews will be rolling.
Excited to see all of your applications!