Boston’s new wave of health professionals

Boston’s new wave of health professionals »

1 Jun, 2017
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Last week thousands of students in Boston graduated from some of the world’s top schools in public health, biomedical engineering, physical therapy, and related fields. The Boston University School of Public Health offers innovative, hands on programs that prepare students to tackle the most pressing issues in health. In addition to standard public health curriculum, students are trained in skills like biostatistics, coding, and app development.

Why Not Profit Off World Health?

Why Not Profit Off World Health? »

Risks associated with global health markets keep companies from bringing their knowledge to places that need it the most. But for some companies, higher risks mean higher rewards.

Scripps Health Cardiologist Sanjeev Bhavnani on Digital and Global Health

Scripps Health Cardiologist Sanjeev Bhavnani on Digital and Global Health »

11 May, 2015
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Sanjeev Bhavnani’s passions go beyond the realm of clinical cardiology. He also has an active interest in digital health technology, especially on a global level. Bhavnani is a clinical cardiologist at Scripps Health in La Jolla, California, with interests in cardiac clinical care and heart failure. His research focuses on the effectiveness of digital health…
Meet the MIT Grand Hack Winners

Meet the MIT Grand Hack Winners »

30 Apr, 2015
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The Cancer Companion Team from the Telehealth Track celebrates a successful weekend of hacking with the MIT Hacking Medicine organizers and Merck sponsors. Photo via MIT Hacking Med. Organized by MIT Hacking Medicine on April 24 to 26, 2015, the Grand Hack brought together 80 teams and 450 participants from 19…
CAMTech Announces Innovation Award Winner

CAMTech Announces Innovation Award Winner »

A.J. Kumar in the field in Zambia. Photo provided by CAMTech. The Consortium for Affordable Medical Technologies (CAMTech) at Massachusetts General Hospital recently announced the winner of its latest Innovation Award – the Whitesides Research Group. CAMTech launched three years ago with the goal of accelerating medical technology innovation in low and…
mHealth: Miles to Go Before We Sleep

mHealth: Miles to Go Before We Sleep »

22 Jan, 2015
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Donna Malvey, PhD, explains the benefits and challenges of mHealth adoption all over the world. Photo via shutterstock. 90% of American adults have smartphones, according to the Pew Research Center. They’re using their smartphones to navigate a reliable route to a new restaurant or to snag a new pair of jeans. But…
Stop Ebola Hackathon: Meet the Winners

Stop Ebola Hackathon: Meet the Winners »

17 Dec, 2014
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Ebola supplies at the 2014 CAMTech Stop Ebola Hackathon. All photos by Krina Patel. “None of us is as smart as all of us,” said Elizabeth Bailey, Director of CAMTech, summarizing the spirit of the Stop Ebola Hackathon with a Japanese proverb and looking out at an audience of 119 multi-disciplinary professionals…

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