Dec 6, 2022  |  3:30pm - 5:00pm

Generating testable ideas in Artificial Intelligence


A "Hack & Huddle" brought to you by the Ideation Clinic and the Translational Research Program (TRP) at the University of Toronto.

Hack & Huddles are bi-monthly, experiential learning sessions, designed to spark inspiration, collaboration, and to teach learners how to hack ideas in healthcare.

Hack & Huddles bring forward thought leadership in academia, clinicians, government, and industry discussing innovation, how to tackle today's healthcare challenges, and provide an opportunity to "hack" problems with experienced community members.

Our Fall 2022 format includes a moderated talk with a healthcare key opinion leader, followed by an idea "hack-a-thon" in facilitated breakout rooms where learners will have an opportunity to work with peers and mentors to work through problem sets.

Previous speakers have included chief executive officers, directors, VPs of innovation, a Pulitzer Prize nominee and include key opinion leaders and world experts in healthcare, ranging from academia, industry, government, research institutes, patient advocacy groups and more.

Join us online Tuesday December 6th at 4:00 pm EST. 

Networking Lounge Opens At 3:30 pm

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Speaker: Dr. Muhammad Mamdani

Director of The Temerty Centre for Artificial Intelligence Research and Education in Medicine (T-CAIREM) at the University of Toronto

Dr. Mamdani founded the Ontario Drug Policy Research Network (ODPRN), the Li Ka Shing Centre for Healthcare Analytics Research and Training (LKS-CHART), and the Applied Health Research Centre (AHRC) at St. Michael’s Hospital.

Dr. Mamdani was previously named one of Canada’s Top 40 under 40. He has published approximately 500 research studies in peer-reviewed medical journals which have been cited over 35,000 times. 

Dr. Mamdani holds a Doctor of Pharmacy degree (PharmD) from the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor), a fellowship in pharmacoeconomics and outcomes research at the Detroit Medical Center, a Master of Arts degree in Economics from Wayne State University, and a Master of Public Health degree from Harvard University with a concentration in biostatistics and epidemiological principles.