Health Supernova 2022 Health Supernova 2022

Tuesday, May 10, 2022

- CDT
Programming the Future through Biotech+
Amy Kruse
Amy Kruse
Prime Movers Lab, General Partner
Claire Aldridge
Claire Aldridge
Taysha Gene Therapies, Senior Vice President
Lauren Tyra
Lauren Tyra
Green Park & Golf Ventures, Chief Scientific Officer
Brad Phelan
Brad Phelan
UT Southwestern Medical Center, Director of Technology Commercialization and Blackstone LaunchPad

The warp speed of technology advancement across healthcare is driving a convergence of innovation and impact on how patients are treated. Hear from three esteemed thought leaders and innovators in biotech+ today who are developing and investing in the technologies to define the future.

Amy Kruse brings insightful perspective on human 2.0 technology and robotics in medical devices that are revolutionizing surgery, prosthetics, imaging, and other critical areas. Claire Aldridge clarifies the post-pandemic opportunities to enable biotech-based therapies that prevent and treat disease. Lauren Tyra covers the waterfront of technologies that enable greater accessibility and equity in healthcare systems. Expect to learn about what matters in healthcare today… and what’s next.

- CDT
The Digital Revolution in Healthcare
Smriti Zaneveld
Smriti Zaneveld
Lazarus 3D, President & Founder
Lauren Tyra
Lauren Tyra
Green Park & Golf Ventures, Chief Scientific Officer
Amanda L. Goltz
Amanda L. Goltz
Amazon Web Services, US Healthcare Lead for Worldwide Public Sector Healthcare Venture Capital and Startups
Christy O'Gaughan
Christy O'Gaughan
McKesson, VP of Data and Digital Innovation

You don’t want to miss this Digital Health Track panel. Hear from four visionaries who are thinking — and acting — outside the box to create revolutionary solutions to improve health options and outcomes.

Technology has been the driving force behind unprecedented innovation in patient care. The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated this trend and renewed focus on utilizing technology to expand access to care, particularly among underserved and high-risk populations. Hear these visionaries discuss what they and others are doing with AI/machine learning, wearable devices and other sensors, 3D printing, computer vision, and more to help transform patient care in hospitals, clinics, and at home.