Judy Wang is the Executive Director of Hacking Medicine Institute, a non-profit spinoff from MIT that aims to accelerate proof and adoption of effective new medical technologies. In this role, she oversees the MIT Hacking Medicine student initiative, which brings together students and professionals interested in health care entrepreneurship, and has produced 100+ healthcare innovation events around the world. Most recently, she was the 2015-2016 Innovation Fellow with the Mayor's Office of New Urban Mechanics for the City of Boston, which serves as Mayor Martin J. Walsh's civic innovation group. Previously, Judy was a Program Manager for Hospital Telehealth Programs at Boston Children's Hospital, where she was responsible for the deployment and expansion of telehealth strategies across the Boston Children's Hospital Community of Care. Judy's previous posts also include entrepreneurial stints in San Francisco-based health tech startups Empower Interactive and Pipette, and graduate-level research work with the Military Health System and the Department of Defense. Judy holds an SM in Technology and Policy from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a BA in Molecular & Cell Biology and Psychology from the University of California, Berkeley. She currently resides in Boston, Mass. and served on the Mayor of Boston's ONEin3 Council, which works on projects dedicated to maximizing the positive impact that young people have on the City of Boston.
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