Speaker Profile

Ph.D., Director, Miami Cancer Institute; Director, Translational Research and Genomic Medicine, Baptist Health South Florida

Jeff Boyd is a professor and chair at Florida International University and the Director of Translational Research and Genomic Medicine at the Miami Cancer Institute. Previously, Dr. Boyd was the Senior Vice President at Fox Chase Cancer Center. Before joining Fox Chase, Dr. Boyd was the vice president for Oncology and Research at Memorial Health, and director of the Curtis & Elizabeth Anderson Cancer institute. Boyd came to Savannah from Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York City, where he served as an attending biologist and director of the gynecology and breast research laboratory in the Department of Surgery and director of the diagnostic molecular genetics laboratory in the Department of Medicine. Boyd has received more than 14 National Institutes of Health or NIH-equivalent research grants totaling several million dollars. He has served on the editorial boards of five prestigious journals, including the American Journal of Pathology and the Journal of Clinical Oncology.

Session Abstract – PMWC 2018 Silicon Valley

Session Synopsis: The field of AI and machine learning is undergoing explosive development and growth, yet the timing of impact in the area of health care and health management as a key element in the clinical care is still uncertain. How AI will influence our approaches to the management of complex diseases such as cancer, what elements of technologies will come into play, and how this be impacted in a regulated setting remains to be seen. Clearly, we will see many rewards with AI in the clinic, but we first must anticipate the hurdles along to way and devise solutions to overcome them.

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