Do you want to meet specialists who are shaping the next stage of AI in healthcare? Then join us next week at AI and Data to hear from the digital health start-ups pushing new frontiers in AI, analytics, data and research.

Come and meet:

• Dr Pahini Pandya, CEO and Founder, Panakeia Technologies, which enables rapid multi-omics profiling in minutes directly from routinely used tissue images, using AI and without the need for wet-lab assays.
• Dr Max Rollwage, Director of AI & Research, Limbic, who is working at the intersection between mental health and AI.
• Dr Vibhor Gupta, Founder & Director, Pangaea Data, which offers a product platform based on medical knowledge and AI to characterize and find more undiagnosed and miscoded patients across hard-to-diagnose conditions.
• Sami Nur, CEO & Co-Founder, Opto Health. Sami is an NHS Innovation Fellow, an expert in the digital health sector and an advisor to a number of health ministries and healthcare organisations globally.
• Dr Ameera Patel, CEO, TidalSense is working on preventative medicine: early diagnosis and personalised intervention for every patient living with an underlying respiratory condition.
• Dr Ernest Lim, Medical Director, Ufonia, coordinates clinical, regulatory and safety aspects of Ufonia’s autonomous clinical conversational assistant, Dora.
• Dr Lucrezia Cester, Co-Founder and CEO, LightHearted AI, holds a PhD of Photonics, and has applied to medicine where she developed a novel medical device to diagnose heart diseases.
• Dr Jaymin Patel, Co-founder and COO, Hexarad, is also a consultant radiologist with an interest in Gastrointestinal and Hepatobiliary imaging.

The innovators join a fantastic CPD accredited programme that mixes essential keynotes from those leading key developments in the field, with in-practice case studies of cutting-edge innovation, panels and debates exploring issues including regulation, ethics, skills, people, platforms and infrastructure.

The event is free for NHS, public sector, start-ups, non-for-profit and third sector providers, charitable sectors, academics and researchers.

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