August 30 to 01 2016, Santa Clara, USA.

Speakers

Speaker "Sanjay Joshi" Details

Name :
sanjay joshi
Company :
Title :
Chief of Technology, Healthcare and Life Sciences
Topic :

A 10-year data science view of the complexity of cancer

Abstract :

What is cancer? Very simply, it is a cell with a faulty "off" switch. With more than 30 trillion cells in the human body, this process can be wide and varied. Sanjay will summarize four concepts that drive data in Healthcare and Life Sciences in the study of cancer: a. Sample Size (and how to get it) b. Infrastructure (and how to scale it) c. Workflows (and how to identify them) d. Complexity (and how to handle it). An anthology of data from the past 10 years that illustrate the complexity of cancer will be presented.

Profile :

Sanjay Joshi is the Chief of Technology, Healthcare and Life Sciences at H2O.ai. Based in Seattle, Sanjay's 25+ year career has spanned the entire gamut of life-sciences and healthcare from clinical and biotechnology research to healthcare informatics to medical devices. A "skunkworks" engineer, bioengineer and informaticist, he defines himself as a "non-reductionist" with a "systems view of the world.” His current focus is a systems-level understanding of Healthcare, Genomics, Proteomics, Microbiomics, Imaging and IoT processes and data infrastructures. Recent experience has included data management and instruments for Electronic Medical Records; Proteomics and Flow Cytometry; FDA and HIPAA validations; Lab Information Management Systems (LIMS); Translational Genomics research and Imaging. Sanjay holds a patent in multi-dimensional flow cytometry analytics. He began his career developing and building X-Ray machines. Sanjay was the recipient of a National Institutes of Health (NIH) Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant and has been a consultant or co-Principal-Investigator on several NIH grants. He is actively involved in non-profit biotech networking and educational organizations in the Seattle areaand beyond. Sanjay holds a Master of Biomedical Engineering from the University of New South Wales, Sydney and a Bachelor of Instrumentation Technology from Bangalore University. He has completed several medical school and PhD level courses (in Sydney and Seattle).

A list of selected recent invited talks and panels:

• Medical Imaging in Clinical Research, Feb 2018 San Francisco CA: “Operational Imaging Management.”
• AI in Healthcare conference, Jan 2018 Boston MA: Keynote panel and moderator
• Kaiser Permanente Machine Learning Day, Dec 2017 Oakland CA: Panelist on AI in Healthcare
• Interface Summit, Oct 2017, Vancouver Canada; Speaker “Pain: can AI shine a light on it?”
• MinneAnalytics HALICON; Oct 2017, Minneapolis MN; Speaker “Two use-cases and a summary: Diabetes and Communicable Disease.”
• mHealth Israel; Sep 2017, Jerusalem, Israel; Speaker “AI in Health: Hope or Hype?”
• Stanford Bioinformatics for the Microbiome Symposium; Sep 2017, Palo Alto CA; Panel Discussion
• Focus Group on Medical Algorithms and AI; Aug 2017, Palo Alto, CA
• Translational Microbiome Conference; Boston MA, Apr 2017; Panelist: "Bioinformatics Tools and Genome Databases for Clinical Applications of Metagenomics."
• StampedeCon IoT Summit; St Louis MO, Apr 2017; Speaker: The “Internet of Healthy Things”: a 2016 use-case update for Healthcare IoT
• Personalized Medicine World Conference, Palo Alto CA, Jan 2017; Speaker: “Medical Devices and IoT: the bridge to the phenotype.”
• Data Day Austin, TX, Jan 2017; Speaker: "Deconvolving cellular phenotypes in images: a review of deep learning and machine Intelligence methods in healthcare Imaging."

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