Apply to attend the second Cleveland Medical Hackathon

DataCase Western Reserve University students, staff and faculty are encouraged to apply to attend the second Cleveland Medical Hackathon.
On Oct. 22-23, various medical professions, IT professionals and students will gather at the Global Center for Health Innovation to spend 24 hours creating solutions to health challenges. Participants will be presented challenges, think of solutions, and work toward technological solutions. Winning teams receive cash prizes and an opportunity to present their findings at the Cleveland Clinic’s 14th Annual Medical Innovation Summit. All student and professionals interested in IT, healthcare, startup businesses, and more are welcome to apply to attend the Hackathon.

Visit to learn more and apply. Or for more information, contact Amy Sheon, director of Urban Health Initiatives, School of Medicine and leader of the Community Health and Wellness Track of the Cleveland Medical Hackathon at 216.368.0915 or Bob Sopko, director of CWRU LaunchNet at 216.368.1522.

From The Daily (9/16/16)