RomSoft to Sponsor Hack4Life, Be a Stroke Hero Hackathon
When stroke occurs, physical and psychical abilities of the person affected are partially if not totally impaired. If the person is alone or in the company of people who are
not trained to recognize the signs of a stroke, help and intervention usually occurs too late and the effects on the brain may become irreversible, with death risk increasing
Could the latest developments in technology help in such situations? How?
We are ready to find out this Saturday, February 15 2020, at the Hack4Life, Be a Stroke Hero
hackathon, organized by the iMAGO-MOL Cluster and the
Faculty of Computer Science Iasi.
The Hack4Life, Be a Stroke Hero hackathon is dedicated to developing a mobile application to help recognize a cerebral vascular accident (commonly known as stroke) in its
earliest stages and also issuing a medical alert, directed towards the closest emergency units in the region, together with data about precise location of the patient.
The event will take place February 15, 2020, starting with 9:00 a.m., in Hall C309 of the Faculty of Computer Science in Iasi.
The program coordinators are Prof univ. dr. Danisia Haba, Radiology and Medical Imaging Service, Emergency Clinical Hospital “Prof. Dr. N. Oblu“ and prof. Univ. dr. Adrian
Iftene, Faculty of Computer Science, University „Al.I. Cuza” from Iasi.
The event has as a special guest Cosmin Alecu, neurologist MD, PhD, Stroke Unit, South Francophone Hospital Center, Corbeil-Essonnes, France.
RomSoft is founding member of the
North East Regional Innovative Cluster for Structural and Molecular Imaging (iMAGO-MOL) and proud sponsor of the
Hack4Life - Be a Stroke Hero hackathon.