Who can compete?
Which schools are eligible?
What is the event format like?
Is this event free?
Are the workshops required?
What is this year's theme?
How are teams made?
Why should I attend?
How do I become a sponsor?
When will applications open?
Husky Health Innovation Challenge is open to undergraduate students who attend school in the Greater Boston Area. We welcome students of all backgrounds and experience levels - just don’t forget to fill out our application. If you don’t fit this category but would still like to attend, reach out to us and consider coming as a speaker, sponsor, or volunteer!
See a list of eligible schools here.
This year’s case competition, including all workshops and Pitch Day, will be completely virtual. Swag packages will be mailed to finalists.
Yes. Thanks to our sponsors, this event is completely free to participants (and we’re so excited for all that we have in store)!
While attending our workshops is not required to compete, we highly encourage students to come. Our workshops and speaker series have been carefully designed to prepare students from all backgrounds to address this year’s case.
This year’s theme will be revealed at our first workshop on February 18. Get event details here!
Teams should be groups of 3-4 undergraduate students. If you don't have a team in mind, no worries -- we will play "matchmaker" and create teams with interdisciplinary backgrounds to tackle the case.
Come show off your talent and passion in healthcare, business, and technology for a chance to win cash prizes, swag, and exciting networking opportunities with corporate sponsors from around the Boston area!
If you are interested in sponsoring us in our mission, we would greatly appreciate your support! Read more about the different sponsorship packages here.
Registration will open on February 18, the date of our first workshop. Sign up to our mailing list or follow our social media to get a reminder!