Register for MedHacks, JHU's annual medical hackathon

Are you ready to change the future of health?

What if the most creative minds channeled their focus into solving the most impactful problems of today? Imagine if we could apply the ingenuity that powers the most profound technology into the most fundamental of all human concerns: health. MedHacks is the start. Join us and solve the most challenging problems in health care today at the Bloomberg Center for Physics and Astronomy on Sept. 23-25.

At MedHacks 2.0, we're selecting the top innovative scientists, health care professionals, and engineers to build amazing things together. MedHacks is not your typical hackathon—we welcome people with no computer science experience to participate. The most successful teams have a diverse group of students: science majors that provide the fundamental knowledge of healthcare problems and solutions, and engineers/computer scientists that can implement that knowledge into a working product.

We're bringing together high quality mentors, including Popular Science "Brilliant 10" engineer Suchi Saria and world-renowned expert in brain health Murali Doraiswamy, to help students build their amazing projects. We're assembling the industry's leading healthcare providers, including GE Healthcare and Johns Hopkins Medicine, to judge these amazing projects. We are also giving out amazing prizes, including more than $15,000 worth of sponsored prizes from Wolfram, LeapMotion, Myo armbands, and much more.

Register today at to participate.