A world class team of external healthcare experts who are transforming the way we treat, manage and communicate oncology.
Dr Jack Kreindler, MBBS, BSc
Doctor, Technologist, Founder, Investor, FutureMed Alumni, Exponential Track Faculty, TEDx Presenter
Dr Kreindler’s began exploring the application of machine learning to medical imaging began in the US in 2014 and his work is now leading the way in the early detection of lung cancer. Using public databases of lung scans mapped to diagnoses and outcomes to come up with probabilities that can prevent patients from undergoing needless surgery and save anxiety, lives and money. Through his London-based Centre for Health and Human Performance (CHHP) and his organisation in the US, he is encouraging start-ups to build tests that can give early markers of changes before they manifest themselves as cancer.
Dr John Mattison
Chief Medical Information Officer & Assistant Medical Director, Kaiser Permanente
Dr Mattison focuses on transforming care delivery with information technology, through convergence of exponential technologies and data liquidity. John chairs the eHealth Workgroup of the Global Alliance for Genomics and Health (GA4GH), and is a board member of Open mHealth, an advisory board member of the NIH funded Policy and Ethics in Precision Medicine and teaches at multiple Universities including Singularity University.
Dr Andy Gaya, BSc, MD, MRCP, MBBS, FRCR
Clinical Oncologist, Immunotherapy Pioneer
Dr Gaya, BSc, MD, MRCP, MBBS, FRCR Clinical Oncologist, Immunotherapy Pioneer Oncology lead for CHHP London, Dr Gaya treats solid tumours using chemotherapy, radiotherapy and biological therapies. He is heavily involved with the implementation of the latest radiotherapy techniques such as IMRT, IGRT and tomotherapy, and stereotactic body radiosurgery. He has published widely in peer reviewed journals. He is a principle investigator on a number of national and international clinical trials.
Founder and CEO of Stupid Cancer
A classically trained pianist, Matthew was in his senior year of college when his left hand stopped working. Doctors soon diagnosed him with a brain tumour. To this day, he struggles with the physical and psychological impact of the disease and his treatment for it and was driven to find a better way to support himself and other young adults with cancer. Matthew is the founder and CEO of Stupid Cancer, a truly disruptive advocacy and support organisation for young cancer patients and survivors. Stupid Cancer – known as the 'cancer rebels' by Newsweek – was awarded a Time magazine Best 50 website, a top 10 healthcare blog by Fox news, and was accredited by the Washington Post as “an unparalleled resource for cancer patients”.