inHaus employee wins third Place at the Female Health Hackathon
The aim of the Hackathons “hacking female health” in Berlin was to put the individual needs of patients first, develop specific solution approachestogether and use the potential of existing Fraunhofer-technologies. Romina Möllmann, PhD student at the Fraunhofer inHaus -Center also participated and this with great success.
Romina Möllmann conducts research work at the Fraunhofer-inHaus-Center in Duisburg concerning Connected Healthcare on the subject incontinence. “A lot of people with incontinence stay at home most of the time, I want to help them lead a normal life” explains Romina Möllman the motivation of her work. Suiting that topic, she now participated at the Hackathon “hacking female health” in Berlin. As a part of an interdisciplinary team, she developed ‘Juliet’ a gadget for women who suffer from incontinence.