As an important session of the U.S.-China Health Summit, Innovation Competition encourages U.S. and China startups to develop innovative solutions to address global health challenges. Each year, we host preliminary competitions in Boston and Beijing. Four finalists of each preliminary competitions will attend the final competition at the annual U.S.–China Health Summit and compete for the final awards.
September 8th, 1:00-5:30 p.m. (EST.)
677 Huntington Ave, Boston, MA 02115 (Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health)
Room Kresge G1
$2,500 travel grant to attend the 8th U.S.-China Health Summit in Chengdu China and compete for the final awards;
Free Incubation Space at Z-Park: Each finalist shall be granted 6 months of free open desks up to 5 members at Z-Park;
Visit one of China's Premier startup accelerators: Chengdu Tianfu International Bio City; meet investors, fellow entrepreneurs, and government officials;
Join the U.S.-China Health Summit family and gain access to exclusive events.
Notification of Boston Finalists
U.S. (Boston) Preliminary
[U.S. (Boston) Preliminary]
PAST BOSTON FINALISTS
Developed HERO, a portable & affordable device for detecting and monitoring heart attack
Developed an adjustable prosthetic limb kit that can be rapidly fit to any patient
Focuses on the adaptation, development, and application of 30 years of research in xenotransplantation
Z Imaging Inc.
Uses augmented reality to let surgeons virtually see inside of their patients and provides step-by-step visual guidance and real-time feedback
A clinical-stage biotechnology company developing poly target
therapeutics to address complex aging-associated diseases
A web-based software platform providing a diagnosis of brain cancer with minutes without any surgical intervention and 100% specificity
A behavioral health care management startup that developed an app to help clinicians remotely monitor patients with anxiety and depression
An AI-enabled virtual health assistant that helps users check symptoms and clarify options of care at the moment of sick.