NEXT SPEAKER EVENT COMING IN SEPTEMBER

EVENT INFORMATION

Watch Dr. Muhammad Mamdani, St. Michael’s VP of Data Science and Advanced Analytics, share his views on the power of artificial intelligence to change health care and save lives as part of our Powerhouse 2020 Exclusive Speaker Series.

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SPEAKERS

Dr. Muhammad Mamdani

Dr. Muhammad Mamdani is the newly appointed VP of Data Science and Advanced Analytics at Unity Health Toronto, a professor at the U of T’s Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy and founding director of the Li Ka Shing Centre for Healthcare Analytics Research and Training (LKS-CHART) at St. Michael’s Hospital. The LKS-CHART bridges advanced analytics including machine learning with clinical and management decision making to improve patient outcomes and hospital efficiency.

A pioneer is the development and use of artificial intelligence tools in health care, Dr. Mamdani believes that data analytics can help clinicians and administrators in nearly every aspect of hospital care and administration—from predicting emergency room visits to obtaining faster lab results and optimizing nursing schedules. In 2010 he was named among Canada’s Top 40 Under 40, and he has published more than 450 research studies in peer-reviewed medical journals.


Dr. Amol Verma

A pioneer is the development and use of artificial intelligence tools in health care, Dr. Mamdani believes that data analytics can help clinicians and administrators in nearly every aspect of hospital care and administration—from predicting emergency room visits to obtaining faster lab results and optimizing nursing schedules. In 2010 he was named among Canada’s Top 40 Under 40, and he has published more than 450 research studies in peer-reviewed medical journals.

After medical school at the University of Toronto, he completed a Masters in Economic and Social History at the University of Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar, a 1-year interdisciplinary fellowship with the Canadian Frailty Network and a 2-year research fellowship studying big data and advanced analytics at St. Michael’s Hospital and the University of Toronto. He is also active in medical education, having co-founded The Rounds Table, a podcast about new research in adult medicine, which has been downloaded more than 320,000 times in over 150 countries.

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