Welcome back to those who made it to the last meetup and welcome to those new to our motley community of health care block chain enthusiasts! Schedule of events:
6-6:30pm - networking
6:30-7:15pm - speaker: Sam De Brouwer, Cofounder, COO of doc.ai (https://doc.ai/) - please see speaker bio below
7:15-8pm - networking
PLEASE NOTE * if you have mean photography skills and are interested in volunteering some of your time and camera to shooting this event, please DM Brian Secemsky*
Plan to come with an open mind, a casual demeanor, and an eagerness to learn from each other.
The nearest BART/MUNI station is the Powell street stop. You want to get off there and head down 5th street and turn right heading toward Mint Plaza. The landmark will be the Blue Bottle Coffee on Jessie Street. You'll want to walk past it. Another landmark is the back entrance to the Marriott Marquis. Walk past that and about 15 yards after that will the be 431 Jessie Street. The building has a black front gate.
Sam De Brouwer is cofounder and chief Operating Officer at doc.ai , a blockchain based AI platform that enables deep learning computations on quantified biology to develop personalized health insights and predictive models. The company successfully closed a token sale securities offer in October 2017 and is launching its network this year.Samcofounded Scanadu in 2011 where she served as VP of communications until mid 2016, a venture backed company developing consumer facing mobile medical devices with as first commercial product, the CE marked and FDA pending 1 minute urine test using a smart phone, machine learning and the cloud. She started her entrepreneurial career in the nineties by starting one of the first successful employment websites for the Benelux, Jobscape, which merged with eight similar sites to make up Stepstone, and went public on the London Stock Exchange. In 1996 she helped starting the European research lab Starlab that specialized in blue sky research research aka BANG (Bits, Atoms, Neurons and Genes) and produced generic patents that were later sold to Philips. It was her first experience with the MIT Medialab followed with the One Laptop Per Child Foundation where she served as Advocacy Director for the European branch of the foundation where she helped secure funding for the deployment of laptops and training for more than[masked] kids in more than 10 countries including Rwanda, Paraguay, Peru, Nepal, Madagascar and Tanzania.Sam is an angel investor and a mentor to early stage entrepreneurs.
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