Information about 2012 Data Design Diabetes Innovation Challenge Demo Day

Our team is continuing to gear up for May 16th Demo Day, hard at work refining our product.  Here is some information below for anybody interested about Demo Day:

 

http://www.datadesigndiabetes.com/blog/demo-day-2012/

Join us for the 2012 Data Design Diabetes Innovation Challenge Demo Day!

We can hardly contain our excitement as we prepare for the 2012 Innovation Challenge Demo Day! Join us in-person or online on May 16, 2012, and get an inside look at the five semi-finalists’ prototypes as they rally to win this year’s challenge.

HOW TO PARTICIPATE

1. Join us in New York City! 

Sign up to attend the 2012 Innovation Challenge Demo Day in New York City. A limited number of seats are available, so please RSVP to confirm your spot.

2. Watch Online

Visit www.datadesigndiabetes.com on May 16, 2012 to view live-streaming video of the semi-finalists’ presentations. Presentations will run from 6:00pm – 8:00pm ET. Enjoy all the action of the live Demo Day presentations from your own home!

3. Attend a Viewing Party

Meet up with other viewers in your city by attending a Demo Day Viewing Party. Follow the Data Design Diabetes blog for an announcement on April 30, 2012 to learn about viewing parties happening near you! Interested in hosting a viewing party? Email info@datadesigndiabetes.com

Following Demo Day, two finalists will be selected and awarded $10,000 to conduct a community uptake exercise to gather feedback about their concept. The winner will then be announced on July 16, 2012 and awarded $100,000 to further develop their concept.

To learn more about the Innovation Challenge and read a description of each prototype that will be showcased, please visit www.datadesigndiabetes.com. We’ll see you at Demo Day!

KEEP IN TOUCH

Get the latest from the Data Design Diabetes Innovation Challenge.

Innovation Challenge Website: http://www.datadesigndiabetes.com

Innovation Challenge Blog: http://www.datadesigndiabetes.com/blog

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About Aaron Neinstein, MD
I'm an Assistant Professor in Endocrinology and Director of Clinical Informatics at the University of California, San Francisco.

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