“The hack-a-thon experience was so meaningful,” said Yasmin Baig, a public health graduate student and member of one the winning teams. “It is such a great lesson in how people from different backgrounds and with different interests can come together to develop solutions that can make a big impact.”
To continue support for the innovations developed at the Zika Innovation Hack-a-thon, CAMTech and Grand Challenges Canada (GCC) have announced a post-hack opportunity on the CAMTech Innovation Platform (CIP), the Zika Innovation Awards of up to $25,000 (CAD). These awards will accelerate the development and commercialization of innovations addressing the Zika public health crisis. Click here to learn more!
Celebrating Maternal and Child Health
In honor of Mother's Day and all of the global health innovators dedicated to improving the lives of women and children around the world, CAMTech invites you to learn more about technologies focused on reproductive, maternal, neonatal and child health (RMNCH) on the CIP.Click here, and select RMNCH from the Clinical Area drop down menu!
CAMTech in the News
Dr. Kris Olson discusses CAMTech INDIA's work on ETHealthworld
Check out a new video fromETHealthworld.comfeaturing CAMTech's Medical Director, Dr. Kris Olson, talking about CAMTech INDIA's diabetes initiative and other healthcare challenges in India.
The CAMTech Uganda Global Surgery Hack-a-thon will bring together medtech innovators from around the world to co-create surgical innovations for resource-limited settings.
Join us for this exciting 48 hour event, where teams will work to transform ideas into prototypes that have the potential to revolutionize surgery outcomes in Uganda and around the world. Click here to learn more and apply!