Become a Project Leader!
We are looking for project leaders and team members! Project Leaders will each run one design team throughout the 2017-2018 year and work with a physician and lead a team of 4-5 other students to identify a problem, design a solution, and create a prototype. This is an excellent opportunity to gain real experience in medical innovation and entrepreneurship.
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Team members will participate on multidisciplinary teams consisting of engineering, medical, law, and business students. This is an excellent opportunity to gain real experience in medical innovation and entrepreneurship while working on designing solutions and prototypes to real clinical problems.
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Join our Executive Board!
We are actively looking for individuals familiar with design who are interested in joining our executive board for next year. In the form attached, you can find the list of available positions. Please submit an individual application for each position you are interested. The application and roles of different positions can be found here.
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Sling Health is a bioengineering design and entrepreneurship incubator founded in 2013 at Washington University in St. Louis. Students, faculty, staff, and entrepreneurs from across the University of Michigan will team up to tackle unmet needs in healthcare delivery and clinical medicine. Selected students will work in small teams to understand a medical problem and develop a solution. Past teams have gone from concept to prototype within one semester. We are looking for you or your colleagues to submit "problems" which would delineate an unmet clinical need you see or face in the medical field. We would appreciate your submissions here. We will be in contact with you throughout the idea selection process. If you have any questions regarding our organization or problem submissions feel free to contact our exec board at email@example.com.
Physicians and Nurses: does anything annoy you in the clinic or hospital? Is there a procedure or condition that could use the help of a device or software? Do you think any existing tool needs to be augmented or improved? If you've said yes to any of these questions, please consider submitting your problem. You can choose to have an active role with a potential future team, such as mentoring, or soley submit a problem.
Sumbit your problem here: