Explore the ways in which AI will transform healthcare, biotech, and medicine through conversations with entrepreneurs, investors and scientists. Hosted by Pranav Rajpurkar and Adriel Saporta. Produced by Oishi Banerjee.
Dr. Daphne Koller of insitro on Digital Biology and Drug Discovery
Dr. Daphne Koller is CEO and Founder of insitro, a machine-learning enabled drug discovery company. She has been a Stanford CS Professor, co-founder of Coursera and Engageli, one of TIME Magazine’s 100 influential people, and a MacArthur Fellow. She speaks with us about how insitro uses AI and induced pluripotent stem cells to make drug discovery more efficient and successful.
The FDA's Bakul Patel on Regulating AI Medical Devices
Bakul Patel is the director of the FDA's Digital Health Center of Excellence. In this interview, he shares his perspective on approving AI systems. He discusses how the FDA is evolving to keep up with the medical AI market, and he addresses key ethical concerns such as equity and access.
Medical AI and Outcomes Research with Yale's Dr. Harlan Krumholz
Harlan Krumholz is a cardiologist and scientist at Yale University and Yale New Haven Hospital and the Director of the Yale Center for Outcomes Research and Evaluation (CORE). In this interview, he discusses how AI can improve medical outcomes and how engineers can better harness its power by interpreting both inputs and outputs with more nuance.
AI-Powered Cardiac Monitoring with iRhythm's Michael Coyle and Dr. Mark Day
Michael Coyle is the CEO of iRhythm and Dr. Mark Day is the Executive Vice President of Research & Development of iRhythm. Together, they speak with us about how AI can help diagnose heart problems and enable longer-term cardiac monitoring. They discuss iRhythm's technology, its business strategy, and the power of AI-human collaboration.
Dr. Eric Topol on the Transformative Power of Medical AI
Dr. Eric Topol is a cardiologist, a professor, a best-selling author and the founder and director of the Scripps Research Translational Institute. In this wide-ranging conversation, he explains how medical AI can harness new data sources, draw novel connections and restore the human connection between doctor and patient. He also discusses key challenges facing the field, especially around reproducibility and regulation.
AI for Stethoscopes with Eko's Connor Landgraf
Connor Landgraf is the CEO and co-founder of Eko, a cardiopulmonary digital health company. He speaks with us about AI for auscultation, the unique challenges of developing hardware as well as software, and the roller-coaster ride of running a start-up.
Great podcast! Very insightful with interesting guests and highly relevant content. Highly recommend it for anyone that is in or that wants to get in to the field of AI+Healthcare!
Interesting & Retainable
As a healthcare novice and AI intermediate I found the first two podcasts both fascinating and retainable. Thank you!
This podcast was so interesting! Very informative and digestible. Highly recommend.