Revolutionizing Healthcare was established by Prof Mihaela van der Schaar in September 2020. Since then, we have had more than twenty intriguing, thought-provoking, and engaging sessions. Starting this year Mihaela will co-host the sessions with Andrew Rashbass. Andrew is the former CEO of The Economist Group, Reuters, and Euromoney Institutional Investor PLC and now works closely with Mihaela and the van der Schaar Lab on a range of initiatives.
What? Revolutionizing Healthcare is a series of engagement sessions for clinicians, aiming to share ideas and discuss topics that will define the future of machine learning in healthcare. These events are for members of the healthcare community and focus on challenges and opportunities in clinical application of machine learning. We now have over 500 clinicians from around the world registered to participate in these sessions.
Why? As a lab, our purpose is to create new and powerful machine learning techniques and methods that can revolutionise healthcare. This doesn’t happen in a vacuum. At inception, we are inspired by ideas and discussions; in implementation, we need connections, trust, and partnership to make a real difference.
Who? While you can learn about our work at major conferences in machine learning or in our papers, we think it’s a better idea to create a community and keep these conversations going. We’re also aware that many people—both in healthcare and machine learning—have questions about what we do, and how they can contribute. We have chosen to restrict access to the actual discussion in the Revolutionizing Healthcare sessions to practicing clinicians so that we can maintain a focus on the clinical issues.
The full videos of all the previous discussions and presentations are available to anyone and can be found in our Session Archive or on our Youtube channel.
We also have dedicated engagement sessions for ML researchers and practitioners called Inspiration Exchange, which focuses on the development of new methods, approaches and techniques.
Next session on 19 April!
Our next session will take place on 19 April, and will run for just over 1 hour. Our topic: Second Session on Data for Clinicians
If you’d like to join us for this or future sessions, please sign up using the form below, and check this page regularly.
(for practicing clinicians only)
To learn more about our team of researchers, click here. You can find our publications here.