hiPUC Workshop in Health Innovation and Antimicrobial Resistance is a six-weekend program based on Stanford University’s Biodesign innovation process that combines design thinking and entrepreneurship to develop solutions for the health industry.
This year’s participants will apply Biodesign to launch real-world projects on antimicrobial resistance under a One Health approach involving animal, human and environmental health.
In short, participants will develop proposals through observation, ideation and invention to meet the innovation needs of different health settings, such as hospitals, animal farms and the environment, in which antibiotic use, misuse and antimicrobial resistance are important issues.
To develop their pitches, participants will be grouped into multiprofessional teams and have the opportunity to be mentored by Stanford alumni and hilab founders (San Francisco, CA), PUCPR mentors and faculty and fellows from the 2016 hiPUC Bootcamp.
Also, selected applicants will be eligible to participate in the competition for Best MVP (minimum viable product) during the hiPUC Workshop on AMR finale on November 23-24, 2018. The winning team will be awarded free enrollment in the 2019 Incubation Program at PUCPR Hot Milk startup accelerator program.
Join in and experience an innovation environment where top professionals, academics, entrepreneurs and world-class mentors meet. Medicine, veterinary medicine, environment, health, engineering, design, IT, and business professionals and students are sought.
14, 15, 28, 29 / September, 05, 06, 26, 27 / October, 09, 10 / November
Fridays’s from 14:00 to 22:00
Saturday’s from 08:00 to 17:00
PUCPR – 1155 Imaculada Conceição St – Curitiba PR
Room 303, Building 4 ( Orange )