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Social Innovation

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A member of the inaugural Thorne Prize winning team presents on Kushi Baby's progress at the finals for the 2015 prize.

Today’s public health challenges require innovative solutions. Yale School of Public Health offers opportunities to utilize and hone your social entrepreneurship skills to tackle the ever-changing local and global health landscape.
InnovateHealth Yale, housed at the Yale School of Public Health, supports the creation of innovative solutions to challenges in public health and education for underserved communities in the United States and low-resource countries.

We support programming, mentoring, and funding to accelerate impact and make difference in the world.
To date, InnovateHealth Yale has:

  • Coached over 200 students
  • Funded 40 start-ups
  • Awarded over $300K in startup funding
  • Seen our supported startups receive over $10M dollars in follow-on funding.

Learn more about InnovateHealth Yale here.

Learn more about entrepreneurship across Yale here.