Hacking Dermatology’s 2019 Hackathon took place September 13-15 in Boston. By the end of the three-day weekend, five teams were awarded $5,000 each to continue working on their ideas for the next several months.
VisualDx is using artificial intelligence to augment physician decision-making, not replace it.
In recognition of the first anniversary of our Innovation column, Drs. Steve Xu and William Ju reflect on the range of topics covered throughout the year and highlight what's to come.
Hackathons are sprint-like events that bring together teams of people from different fields to brainstorm new technology solutions.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Applications are now being accepted for Hacking Dermatology 2019, an innovation challenge that unites clinical and scientific experts, patients, engineers and innovators to reimagine the landscape of patient care. Winning teams will be awarded a total of $85,000...
In this follow up to last month’s Innovations column on intellectual property and technology transfer, Raymond A. Miller, J.D., and Steve Xu, M.D., FAAD discuss how to utilize patents to maximize value for your venture.
One of the key considerations for a new innovation centers on intellectual property (IP). This is the first part of a two-part mini-series on IP with an initial focus on technology transfer.
Dermatology Innovation Forum is a one-day, pre-AAD meeting hosted by a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit called Advancing Innovation in Dermatology (AID).
Biopharmaceutical companies and their partners are taking a page from Silicon Valley by sponsoring hackathons and competitions to drive innovation in research and develop new solutions for patients.