Dr Jack Kreindler
Founder & Medical Director
Centre for Health and Human Performance
About Dr Jack
Dr Jack Kreindler is a physician, physiologist and serial technology entrepreneur. Since 1997, alongside his career as a doctor in emergency and high altitude medicine, Jack has worked with, founded and incubated numerous pioneering ventures in information technology, biosensors and machine intelligence. His projects include Douglas Adams’ H2G2.com (acquired by the BBC), Vielife (acquired by CIGNA) and Sentrian Remote Patient Intelligence. In 2007 Jack founded The Centre for Health and Human Performance in London, applying elite sport science to help not just the greatest athletes but also the most unlikely taking on extreme pursuits and the sickest patients facing their greatest challenges. Jack and his ‘Weird and Wonderful’ team of thought leaders dedicate much of their time to public engagement promoting transformative innovation in healthcare and the life sciences for organisations including Founders Forum, Singularity University, TEDx London, The Science Museum and WIRED. Jack lectures globally on the future of medicine and is frequent television presenter for CNBC, Sky Sport, BT Sport and the BBC.
An unruly pandemic has forever changed the face of healthcare and the technologies that help run it. So now we ask the question: what’s next for the health and wellbeing industry? Join Dr. Jack...
- Kevin Cahill - Former CEO of Comic Relief and Founder The Talent Fund Charity
- Chris Wigley - CEO - Genomics England
- Ramani Moonesinghe - National Clinical Director for Critical and Perioperative Care, NHS England and NHS Improvement
- Dr Jack Kreindler - Founder & Medical Director - Centre for Health and Human Performance (Moderator)
AI can now read mammograms just as well as the experts — and can even outperform them. Alan Karthikesalingam, research lead at Google looks at how the company is changing the patient’s...