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Date: Tuesday, May 19, 2020
Time: 9:00am – 10:00am PT
Duration: 45 Minutes

The promise of AI continues to elude those who can benefit most, but new technologies are providing practical pathways to its use. Discuss the common challenges to getting AI projects off the ground, including how to move from PoC, to scale, to AI as an integral contributor to the business or mission.

Join this panel discussion to hear AI healthcare practitioners from Cambridge Consultants, NetApp and NVIDIA discuss how AI is transforming healthcare in genomics, medical imaging, digital pathology and global health. Also, take advantage of the live Q&A at the end of the panel discussion.

By attending this webinar, you'll learn:
  • Best practices and advice for your AI projects
  • Lessons learned from AI healthcare and life sciences customer implementations
  • Solutions for implementing your AI projects
Join us after the presentation for a live Q&A session.




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Esteban Rubens

Healthcare AI Principal, NetApp

Esteban has been in the healthcare IT industry for 15 years, going from data-storage startups to HIT where he was the architect for an Enterprise Imaging vendor. Back in the data-storage world, he focused on AI in healthcare. At NetApp he’s responsible for the Healthcare AI practice, helping to create machine-learning based solutions that improve patient care, and reduce provider burnout. He's a visible participant in the AI-in-Healthcare conversation, speaking and writing at length on the subject.? He is particularly interested in the?translation?of Machine Learning research into clinical practice, and the integration of AI tools into existing workflows.

David LaBrosse

Global Director, Emerging Technologies, NetApp

David is a NetApp Global Director with a focus on emerging markets in healthcare and life sciences. He works with NVIDIA and other technology partners to bring innovative AI/ML solutions to market. Currently, David is working with software vendors like Parabricks to accelerate genomic data analysis. David brings more than 25 years of experience in healthcare, and IT to his current position. He spent nearly a decade at Siemens Medical where he installed clinical applications in dozens of U.S. hospitals.

Rahul Sathe

Surgical Innovation, Cambridge Consultants

Rahul is Vice President of Surgical Innovation at Cambridge Consultants, a global product development firm specializing in breakthrough medical, wireless, and consumer products to help clients disrupt markets. He leads large multi-disciplinary R&D teams developing complex surgical platforms, advanced surgical tools, and smart implants to help address unmet needs of patients, surgical teams, and hospitals globally. His domain expertise spans laparoscopy, endoscopy, surgical robotics, neurostimulation, cardiac rhythm management, surgical oncology, orthopedics, and cardiovascular products, with many of these fields at the cusp of harnessing the power of AI.

George Vacek

PhD, Global Director, Sequencing Strategic Development, NVIDIA

George Vacek is responsible for strategic development in the sequencing market, managing NVIDIA’s collaborations with instrument manufacturers and thought leaders. Throughout his twenty-year career, he has also held senior business and technical roles in the computational life sciences at Schrodinger, OpenEye Scientific Software, Hewlett Packard and DDN Storage, helping genomic sequencing centers, pharma and biomedical research organizations, hospitals, and instrument and software manufacturers maximize research productivity for emerging scientific methods. He has published more than 30 peer-reviewed papers and contributed to several widely used programs. He earned his Ph.D. in Chemistry from the University of Georgia, an M.B.A. from Portland State University, and Bachelor's degrees in Physics and Mathematics from the University of Wisconsin.

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