Health Tech Hackathon
Congrats to URI team Vapegate! On March 12 they won 2nd place in the Health Tech Hackathon sponsored by Johnson & Johnson at Cornell University. The team spent 48 hours designing, creating and presenting their innovative product which helps smokers reduce their nicotine addiction.
Matthew Constant- University of Rhode Island
Kile DaSilva- University of Rhode Island, BS CS ’17
Joshua Gyllinsky- University of Rhode Island, MS CS ’17
Andrew Peltier- University of Rhode Island, BA CS ’18
Nicholas Peltier- University of Rhode Island, BA CS ’17
- Deliver a digital solution that uses in-home connected devices to improve care for patients with chronic/long-term diseases
- There are 8 fundamental things that are the source cause of 80% core health issues. Help break the cycle on at least one. 8 behaviors: sleep, inactivity, diet, nutrition, smoking, non-adherence, substance abuse, not going to the doctor every year.