VCU Students Invited to Participate in 24-Hour Innovation Sprint
Virginia Commonwealth University would like to invite any students from US Institutions to participate in their annual HealthHacks event November 6-7. HealthHacks is a 24-hour sprint of intense innovation and problem solving focused on unmet medical needs. Participants address challenges through teamwork, solution ideation, programming, rapid prototyping, developing flow processes, and more.
While one of only a few medical hackathons in the U.S., HealthHacks is rare by focusing predominantly on medical device product innovation. Interdisciplinary teams of students with backgrounds in engineering, business, and science are encouraged to think of their own solutions and develop projects with the potential to succeed in the market. Most sessions will be offered both in-person and remotely.
This year’s theme is Reimagining Medical Education: Physical Technologies, Software Design, and Products. As a sponsor of the event, Adobe has invited Vincent Fu to speak on our behalf Saturday afternoon at 3pm ET.
Additionally, the Adobe XD team will be conducting an Adobe XD Bootcamp pre-event workshop on the evening of November 4, 2021. All students are welcome to attend the Bootcamp to prepare for the HealthHacks sprint.
For additional information and to register for both events, visit https://www.crowdcast.io/e/healthhacks/register