Special Seminar: Health Policy and Impact: Gaps, Threats and Opportunities

Dr. Alexandra T. Greenhill, CEO and Chief Medical Officer, Careteam Technologies

Please join us for a special guest lecture with Dr. Alexandra Greenhill, one of Canada’s leading physicians in digital health innovation. Spots are limited and refreshments will be provided.

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Profile of Alexandra GreenhillDr. Alexandra Greenhill is currently the co-founder, CEO and Chief Medical Officer of Careteam Technologies, an AI-enabled digital health platform with the mission to solve the fragmentation of health care and enable optimal health.

After having implemented health innovation at scale and practiced medicine in Quebec, Ontario and BC, she now leads and advises Canada’s most innovative technology companies. She is the only Canadian to have received the Cartier’s Women Initiative Award, supported by INSEAD and McKinsey and to serve mentor for the Obama Global Entrepreneurship Summit in Silicon Valley. Littlecodr, the game she invented to teach her kids the principles of coding, is now available in 32 countries and top 5 game on the Amazon STEM games list.

Dr. Greenhill has received many recognitions, including Startup Canada’s Woman Entrepreneur of the Year Award, the CMA Joule Award, YWCA Woman of Distinction – Entrepreneurship, WXN’s Top 100 Most Powerful Women in Canada, BIV Top 40 under 40 and the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal of Service.

Unlocking creativity to bring innovation to health – a conversation with human centered design expert Sharon Kim

September 19, 2019

From innovators to fine artists, or famous visionaries like Steve Jobs and Oprah, highly creative individuals have always stoked the curiosity of Dr. Sharon Kim and led her to question just why we find generating creative ideas so challenging. Kim… Read more about Unlocking creativity to bring innovation to health – a conversation with human centered design expert Sharon Kim

Alumni Reunion: U of T Health Sciences Fair

Do you have any kids or high-school students in your life who are curious about a future career in health sciences? Meet with U of T students in medicine, kinesiology and physical health, nursing, pharmacy and public health to get a glimpse of their life at U of T through interactive exhibits.

Featuring IHPME students, Patrick Ware and Maaike Devries.

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