Build better health and finance tech products for humans. Join the Startup Lab.

This is the second installment in a five-part series on the CAH’s Startup Lab, our academic incubator program for health and finance tech startups. We’re demystifying why and how a behavioral economics research center at Duke supports and collaborates with entrepreneurs.

We’re excited to announce that we’re searching for our next class of the Startup Lab, which begins October 2017.

Applications are only open until June 30th at 5pm EST–  

Our academic incubator supports problem-solvers by making behavioral economics findings accessible and applicable. See how behavioral researchers and entrepreneurs work together at the Center for Advanced Hindsight:




The Startup Lab provides:

– Ability to explore behavioral economics and learn how to leverage findings for your startup

– Opportunity to collaborate with world-renowned behavioral researchers

– Guidance and resources to run rigorous experiments

– Office space in downtown Durham, NC up to 9 months (October-June)

– Investment up to $60k


Are you insatiably curious about what drives decisions, shapes motivation, and influences behavior? Does your startup’s success hinge on the ability to affect positive behavior change that helps people live happier, healthier, and wealthier lives?


We’re looking for startups that are eager to experiment, and demonstrate a passion for building research-backed solutions to health and finance challenges.


. You only have until June 30th at 5pm EST.


To learn more, visit our FAQs (includes information on the Startup Lab investment structure and other logistics) or connect with us at