Here are the contestants for Health Hack Day
We got loads of applications from extremely talented people from all over the world. Choosing the ten teams that will compete in Health Hack Day wasn’t easy but here they are:
Martin Wählby, Joakim Hammer and Olle Lind: Founders of ShapeUp Club.
Ian Jorgensen, Sara Krugman and Pau Ramon Revilla: Creators of Linehq — The beginnings of a platform to help people with type 1 diabetes connect to their data and others.
Bjarke Walling, Aron Allen and Navid Samandari: Created Radiometer medical app “Blood Gas”
Marco Bestonzo, Abhinit Ambastha and Eias Zea: Consists of a Italian innovator/researcher and two master students from KTH and Karolinska Institute
Anders Mellbratt and Willow Tyrer: Two interactive designers with the goal of helping people create small changes in their life that will make their life longer and more fun.
Max Rudberg, Jenny Sundén and Erik Olsson: Credentials include creating the awesome cook book for iPad called Veggie Meals, working at Wrapp and designing the iPad version of the Zlatan Ibrahimovic biography I am Zlatan.
Arvid Janson, Niklas Laninge and Anders Wallner: Two of Hoa’s Tool Shop’s co-founders teaming up with brilliant designer Anders Wallner. (Will not be competing for the prizes).
Softronic (Hackers TBA)
Sofia Hiort af Ornäs, Daniel Lundqvist and Stefan Nyman from Calmark: With a mix of biochemistry, programming and medical science they will turn a smartphone into a tool that can perform blood analysis.
Besides the glory these team will be competing for the following prizes:
First place: A trip to San Francisco, including accommodation, and tickets to the Health 2.0 Annual Conference. The winning team will also have a chance to win $10,000 and international visibility at the Health 2.0 Developers World Cup.