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PInCh 2017:
How can we use wearable technology to address an important health problem?

Up to $555,000 in awards!

What is a wearable?

A wearable is a device that incorporates technology (high or low tech) into an item that can be worn or is in contact with the body. Information from the wearable can either be transmitted to another device or platform or can assess and mitigate a health issue Directly.

Proposed solutions can span the spectrum of healthcare including:

  • Diagnostics
  • Treatment
  • Interventions
  • Prevention
  • Predictive solutions
  • Patient care
  • Provider and patient tools

Veteran Impact Incentive:

This year we are incentivizing solutions that can impact US military veterans through a system of veteran impact bonus awards. Eligible projects may propose budgets up to $125,000.

    Veteran Impact Forum
  • Date: April 13th, 2017
  • Time: 4pm – 6pm
  • Location: SciVelo 3602 Fifth Avenue

Please visit the Veteran Impact Incentive page for more details.

Next Steps to Participate:

  1. Think about a wearable solution to a vital health problem.
  2. Investigate wearables that are currently available so that we do no recreate an existing solution.
  3. Create your team.
  4. Apply! Details regarding the Round 1 submission can be found here.

The deadline to submit your application is May 15 at 5pm.

Questions? Email us at pinch@pitt.edu or contact a member of our innovation core team.

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Brainstorm a bit and join us at the Pitt Innovation Challenge!

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