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Hey,Charlie is accepted into the PULSE@MassChallenge Digital Healthcare Accelerator.December 2016
Hey,Charlie receives initial funding from the MIT Sandbox Innovation Fund Program.November 2016
Hey,Charlie will be joined in showcasing by some of Boston's leading technology companies, academic institutions, and innovation labs at HUBweek Demo Day.September 30, 2016
Hey,Charlie is invited to be a showcase presentation for the kick-off of the MGH CAMTech Opioid Epidemic Challenge Summit and Hack-a-thon.September 9, 2016
Hey,Charlie is invited to present to University of Copenhagen's Neurobiology Research Unit for feedback on the utility of Hey,Charlie in a treatment setting from a group of expert psychology and neuroscience researchers.August 9, 2016
Hey,Charlie won follow-up award for most progress since Hackathon from MIT Hacking MedicineJune 30, 2016
Using online recovery forums and an extensive interview designed to learn about how social environments affect recovery and how individuals in recovery use technology, we completed our 100th interview with an individual in our potential user base.May 15, 2016
Hey,Charlie won Best Mental Health Hack at MIT's Hacking Medicine Hackathon. Led by Emily Lindemer, the team of newly-acquainted friends began crowdsourcing advice from the Recovery Subreddit.May 3, 2016
Hey,Charlie is formed at MIT Hacking Medicine's Grand Hack.April 29, 2016
Ph.D. Candidate at Harvard-MIT Division of Heath Sciences & Technology. One part neuroscientist, one part computer scientist and one part medical engineer. Proud supporter of women in STEM, always creating, and always advocating for social justice.
Healthcare Management Consultant. Bioengineer turned businessman focused on helping bring cutting-edge pharmaceutical therapies to the patients that need them.
Fullstack Android and iOS developer. Competitor. Dreamer. Innovator. Driven to make the impossible possible, through technology.
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