Other Opportunities

MIT Hacking Medicine

This group of students, industry innovators, and MIT Sloan faculty connects the best minds across MIT and across the health ecosystem to teach, learn, and launch the next generation of healthcare solutions.

MIT Sloan Healthcare Club

The student-run Healthcare Club is the cornerstone of Sloan’s vibrant healthcare community, and promotes a breadth of experiences for members to engage and explore opportunities in healthcare.

MIT Center for Biomedical Innovation

CBI addresses profound challenges in the global biomedical industry by developing, testing, and disseminating new knowledge and tools designed for real world application through the Biomanufacturing Program (BioMAN), the Consortium on Adventitious Agents in Biomanufacturing (CAACB), and New Drug Development Paradigms (NEWDIGS)

MIT Media Lab–Advancing Wellbeing

The Media Lab’s Advancing Wellbeing initiative addresses the role of technology in shaping health and explores new approaches and solutions to wellbeing. The program is built around education and student mentoring; prototyping tools and technologies that support physical, mental, social, and emotional wellbeing; and community initiatives that will originate at the Media Lab but be designed to scale.

MIT Medical Device Innovation Center

We are harnessing MIT’s engineering capabilities and entrepreneurial tradition and the Boston area medical community to create a center of excellence in research, teaching, design and commercialization of medical devices.

MIT Institute for Medical Engineering and Science (IMES)

IMES aims to accelerate innovation across a spectrum of activities that span discovery, design, and delivery of new medical devices and products.

Health Course Offerings at MIT

MIT offers a wide variety of health related courses. View the full list of courses that have a health-related title and/or content by searching for "health" and/or "medic" at the Office of the Registrar's course site here.

Please note, the Healthcare Certificate requirements may differ.