[Cs-contests] Toronto Hackathon: Hacking Health for Kids @ SickKids, May 2-4
goldbe at cs.bu.edu
Mon Apr 21 10:10:55 EDT 2014
Interesting hackathon. This will be held in Toronto May 2-4. I know it's
a long shot (because its far away, and just before exams) but I thought I'd
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From: Sara Franca <sfranca at cs.toronto.edu>
Date: Mon, Apr 21, 2014 at 9:26 AM
Subject: Fwd: Hacking Health Kids @ SickKids, May 2-4
I’m staff at UHN (Toronto General Hospital) and my department, the
Centre for Global eHealth Innovation is co-sponsoring Hacking Health
Kids @ SickKids.
We are hoping for continuing participation of UofT Comp Sci students
and faculty at any level to participate this year by coming together
with paediatric clinicians and create innovative and sustainable
solutions that impact kids health and delivery.
We’ve had participation from Toronto Comp Sci at Hacking Health events
in the past 2 years and we would love to see you again!
Date: May 2-4th
Venue: Peter Gilgan Centre, the SickKids Research Tower
It would be a great opportunity for students at all levels to attend as
it's hands on experience with current technological innovators.
Faculty, or anyone else interested is also welcome. Registration is at
Please let me know if you have any questions. We would appreciate if
you could circulate this anyone interested in participating.
Operations & Logistics, Centre for Global eHealth
TGH R. Fraser Elliott Building, 4th floor
190 Elizabeth Street, Toronto ON M5G 2C4
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