Submit your Idea. We'll build your business. Here's how it works:
Come up with a great idea for a mobile app and submit it to our challenge.
We'll show it to investors. If they choose your idea, you'll be invited to the AppItUP Fall Challenge Event.
If your idea is chosen at the Challenge Event, professional software developers and entrepreneurs will make it a reality and build a business around it.
At each stage, you can be as involved as you want to be.
THIS Year's Finalists
A dynamic phone directory for hospitals that automatically updates the phone numbers for each team based on who is physically in the building.
Finalist: Benjamin Ranard (Graduate Student, Perelman School of Medicine)
Development Partner: Wodify
Compliments a device that directly records endoscopies onto smartphones. Optimizes recording, organizes metadata, and scts as an interface for medical records and telemedicine.
Finalist: Jason Brant and Natasha Mirza (Faculty, Perelman School of Medicine) with Jodi Cook, CEO
Development Partner: Sempercon
Helps deliver and evaluate clinical pathways that allow for interactive progression, creation of patient-specific checklists, shared workflow, and real-time collection of usage data.
Finalist: Kathleen Lee (Resident, Penn Hospital)
Development Partner:Tangled Web Communications
A Google Glass app to assist patients with neurological problems with rehabilitation.
Finalist: Claude Nguyen (Faculty, Perelman School of Medicine)
Development Partner: SkyLess Game Solutions
Vision Testing with OKN
Measures vision in infants with moving screen patterns while watching the visual behavior. Pattern size can be changed to measure visual acuity threshold.
Finalist: Monte Mills and Shivani Sethi (Faculty, Perelman School of Medicine)
Development Partner: Kanda Software
AppItUP is a program of the Penn Center for Innovation at the University of Pennsylvania