Jeremy Kooyman

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People Not Patients: Hacking Respiratory Health

So I finally participated in my first Hackathon and despite having read accounts of other people’s experiences, it was a whirlwind of emotions that I wasn’t prepared for and has left me exhausted. First and foremost, I want to give a shoutout to my team: Graeham, Gubing, Yassen, and Keval. Way to hustle. I think my favourite part of this group...

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Global Health Followup

So as you might recall, in my last piece I was planning on expanding on a few points in a piece written for my current employer. You can find that here. And a nifty infographic that summarizes our pitch to the Saving Lives at Birth Foundation can be found here. I’ve been terribly busy, so it was a real pain to get that follow-up piece out the door in...

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Global Health and Risk Management of Medical Devices

So Lucy (@wizardofobjects) and me were finalists in the Saving Lives at Birth funding competition. We were one of the top 50 out of 750 applicants, which is pretty alright, and were invited to a pitch competition/conference in DC last week. We’re currently working on a blog post for the CDP website which should be out later this week, which will dive...

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