Are you looking to flex your design muscles this summer? Are you interested in healthcare and medical design?

Ann Arbor Health Hacks (A2H2 is a non-profit with the mission to foster healthcare innovation and spawn healthcare startups in SE Michigan by organizing an annual hackathon and monthly community meetups bringing together students, academics and professionals form the fields of IT, engineering, design and health. The flagship hackathon, now going into its third year is a high-intensity brainstorming and prototyping weekend for 150 participants, creating healthcare solutions in the form of devices, apps and algorithms, services, or  business models.

For 2018 the topic is Making do: health in low-resource settings. Due to a partnership with the U of M Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center (RERC) there will be a special track on transition into independence for young people with disabilities.

Find more information about the hackathon and upcoming meetups on the website and on Facebook.