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, founder and CEO of health innovation workforce development startup Onboard Health; 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; and Ed Woods, president of TerpSys, an information and technology services company.
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