2019 Gold Public Health Innovation Award Competition
Finalists for the second annual Gold Award will pitch their ideas and a winning team or teams will be selected to receive financial support to make their concepts a reality.
The Gold Award, established with a gift from founding Dean Robert Gold and his wife Barbara, is intended to spark public health innovation, design thinking and solutions to the world’s most complex public health issues.
A panel of five health entrepreneurs and thought leaders will decide which project to fund on an annual basis. Judges include Andre Blackman, health strategy consultant and health technology entrepreneur; Dr. Alyssa Todaro Brooks, scientific program specialist at the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center; Thomas Garson, managing partner at Bracken Garson Consulting Group, LLC; Arnold Miller and Ed Woods, president of TerpSys, an information and technology services company.
Undergraduate and graduate students are eligible to apply until February, 18 2019 by 11:59 p.m.