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Plenary and Keynote Address

We are honored to have three amazing Plenary Sessions work so closely with us, especially at time where innovation has been catalyzed. Learn more below about these leaders of today.

Meet Our Confirmed Keynote Address

Session 1: Opening Keynote Address - Design Thinking for Healthcare Revolution: Crafting Patient-Centric Medical Solutions


Karen Tilstra, Published Author, Founder and President, Creativity Effect
Karen is responsible for the first-of-its-kind design thinking lab in healthcare, education, pro-sports, and government sectors. She co-developed the nation's inaugural undergraduate program in Innovation and Social Entrepreneurship at Rollins College. Karen also co-created two innovative leadership programs – The Revolutionaries, as well as the Orchard Model of Innovation. A two-time TEDx speaker with an extensive speaking portfolio, Karen and her team have successfully completed 610+ Design Thinking projects, earning three innovation awards.


Plenary Sessions

Session 4: Plenary Session – Artificial Intelligence


Stephen Pyke, MSc, Chief Clinical Data and Digital Officer, Parexel
Stephen is responsible for leading and directing Parexel’s enterprise patient data strategy. He is also leading the development of Parexel's AI strategy. Stephen trained as a statistician, and began his career in academia (London), where he held various research and teaching positions. He subsequently joined the pharmaceutical industry where he was fortunate to have the chance to take on a number of global leadership roles, at Pfizer and GSK. Stephen has also been honoured to serve on the Boards of a number of professional and not-for-profit organisations, including among others: PSI Board Chair, RSS Vice President, CDISC Board Chair. Stephen Studied Mathematics and Statistics at University of York and Imperial College, London.


Sherrine Eid, MPH Global Head, RWE, Epidemiology and Observational Research, SAS Institute
Eid has more than 20 years of experience in real-world evidence, epidemiology and biostatistics. Her passion for better public health led her to work for USAID, CDC and other donors in global health development with a focus on reproductive health and family planning and infectious diseases. Her current focus is supporting regulatory, safety, late-phase and post-marketing activities across therapeutic areas using clinical and real-world data to glean real-world insight.


Session 11: Closing Plenary: Designing for Forgetting – Adapting Scientific Communication to a New Picture of Scientific Knowledge


Brian Dunn, Associate Principal, ZS
Brian leads ZS’s Health Decision Science research practice. He serves as a consulting subject matter expert for primary research and design in questions of clinical judgment and decision making in medicine. Brian draws from over 15 years of experience in the fields of cognitive neuroscience, experimental psychology, and psychiatry research. He is a coauthor of publications in the areas of molecular psychiatry, neuroeconomics, and human affective neuroscience. His primary area of academic research was the functional neurocircuitry of human emotion and judgment, specifically the interface of somatic signals, emotion and cognition, as mapped using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI).


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