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Saturday, March 14 • 5:00pm - 6:00pm
MIT Hacking Medicine: Hack-in-A-Box

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This session will take the audience through MIT Hacking Medicine's hack-a-thon and healthcare innovation initiative model. We will present our mission, story, founding format, why we exist, and our methodology of how a weekend hack-a-thon in healthcare plays out, as well as other programming we are developing.
Our goal is to inspire diverse stakeholders to enter the healthcare field as entrepreneurs, thus we will go step-by-step through how others can take our methodology to their schools, institutions, companies, etc. in order to help chip away at the broken US healthcare system.

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Tatyana Dobreva

Member, MIT Hacking Medicine
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Tatyana Gubin

Member, MIT Hacking Medicine
Tatyana is an MIT student studying mechanical engineering and pursuing medical device design. Her diverse work at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and MIT includes the development of a faster tissue ischemia diagnostic device and low-cost, 3D-printed myoelectric prosthetic arms... Read More →
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Christopher Lee

Member, MIT Hacking Medicine
Christopher Lee is a PhD student in the joint Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology (HST) program. His academic research is focused on targeted drug delivery, as he is a researcher in the Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research. Prior to starting his PhD, Chris... Read More →
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Shirlene Liew

Member, MIT Hacking Medicine
Shirlene is a Master’s student at MIT’s System Design and Management Program, and a member of MIT Hacking Medicine. A mechanical engineer by way of Brown and Stanford, her career has been in innovation policy and industry development with the Singapore government. Her interest... Read More →


Saturday March 14, 2015 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Hilton Austin Downtown Salon B 500 E 4th St

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