There I am in the back in the upper right side of the picture above circled in red attending Princeton MediHack (PMH), Princeton University’s premier medical hackathon last weekend. The 2018 PMH is the first at Princeton to connect medicine, technology, research, policy, and entrepreneurship. It was a great experience.
In its inaugural year, Princeton MediHack (PMH) aimed to build innovative solutions for healthcare problems with hundreds of other hackers. During the 36-hour event, students teamed up to collaborate on a project to be presented to a panel of judges by the end of the weekend. Experts in the field of medicine, including doctors and healthcare entrepreneurs, will serve as speakers and mentors.