Hack4Health (H4H) is a non-traditional hackathon with a focus on social impact and improving quality of life for those living with MS or dementia.
The Faculty of Applied Health Sciences (AHS) along with the Murray Alzheimer Research and Education Program (MAREP) at the University of Waterloo are planning a hackathon dubbed Hack4Health.
H4H provides an exciting space for undergrads, graduate students and recent grads to create practical applications, including software, hardware, and social solutions that improve quality of life for people living with multiple sclerosis or dementia. The applications that emerge from H4H benefit people affected by and/or living with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias or MS, enhance the profile of both conditions, inspire cutting-edge research at the University of Waterloo, and provide an invaluable platform for social innovation.
Students will have the opportunity to collaborate with a broad range of disciplines and members of the community to come up with impactful solutions to real problems.
Registration is now open.
Please visit the Hack4Health website for all the details.
- Free for AHS Students
- $15.00 Early-bird registration (before November 1st, 2017)
- $20.00 (after November 1st, 2017)