This course by DigitalRosh & The Technion – Continuing Education Studies is a theoretical and practical introduction to digital medicine with an emphasis on genomics. It is intended for healthcare system stakeholders willing to learn how digital technologies and data science can be harnessed to develop the future of medicine.
In the third decade of the 21st century, healthcare is already extensively digital, and this is only the beginning. From hybrid healthcare platforms and at-home diagnostic devices, through AI-driven diagnosis and robotic surgery, and all the way to microfluidic “organs-on-a-chip,” 3D-printed tissues, genomics, and individual therapeutics, digital technology revolutionizes medicine, improves diagnostic and therapeutic precision, enhances the ability to overcome once incurable diseases, and improves the overall quality of life.
This leading team:
— Lead Instructor and Academic Director: Prof. Noam Shomron, Head of the Functional Genomics Laboratory at Tel Aviv University’s School of Medicine | Head of the Rare Genomics Institute – Israel, and the Djerassi Institute of Oncology.
— Founder and CEO of i8.Ventures and DigitalRosh: Prof. Yesha Sivan, experienced advisor, researcher, and academic | MBA visiting professor focusing on digital, innovation, and venture at the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology.
— Course Manager, Director of Digital Health Programs at DigitalRosh: Dr. Vladi Dvoyris, a practicing clinician in the field of dental implantology and an evangelist of digital healthcare | Expert of healthcare delivery and management in the digital world.
The course is comprised of theoretical lectures, peer learning in small groups, and live talks by industry leaders from the innovative Israeli medical ecosystem. Furthermore, the extensive corpus of knowledge at DigitalRosh is available to participants on the DigitalRosh website for additional learning during and after the course.
Date: Every Monday, May 1st to July 3rd, 2023
Time: 15:00-18:00 (UTC) | 16:00-19:00 (CET) | 17:00-20:00 (IDT) | 10:00-13:00 (ET)