Emergency Room Physician; #1 New York Times Best-Selling Author; and Host, The Doctors
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Daniel Kraft is a Stanford and Harvard trained physician, scientist, entrepreneur, inventor and innovator who speaks on how rapidly developing technologies are and will impact the future of healthcare and medicine.
Dr. Kraft is a world renowned visionary in medicine. His expertise has led him to chair the Medicine Track at Singularity University. He is the founder and executive director of Exponential Medicine (formerly called FutureMed), and focuses on leveraging exponential technologies in health and medicine over the next decade. He has presented for many high profile organizations, including TED, TEDMED, the Economist Forums and NPR. As a physician, Dr. Kraft specializes in hematology/oncology & bone marrow transplantation, and has done extensive research in stem cell biology and regenerative medicine. He has multiple scientific publications, medical device, immunology and stem cell related patents. He has founded two companies focused on his inventions and vision of the future in healthcare. Dr. Kraft advises many companies and organizations, including the X-Prize and health incubators. He captivates and engages his audience with a fast paced view into the near future of medicine that changes their outlook and influences their own behavior regarding their health.
The Future of Health and Medicine: Where Can Technology Take Us?
On behalf of The Economist and our three moderators, I would like to extend a huge thank you for your participation at last week’s Health Care Forum: War on Cancer conference. The event was an incredible success – in no small part thanks to your help, participation and contributions. In one action-packed day, we convened dozens of thought leaders from the far corners of the oncology ecosystem for some lively and informative conversations about collaboration, integration and how to win some of the battles in the “War.” We’ve been thrilled with the response and we were happy with the level of audience participation.The Economist
We’d like to take this opportunity to offer our sincere thanks for joining us in Basel and for presenting to our Novartis colleagues during the Global CSO Meeting last week. Your presentation provided vital insights into what the future of our industry might look like and allowed us to consider how we are going to ensure we are fully involved in a new era of digital medicine. We have had excellent feedback from the meeting delegates, who feel inspired and motivated by your presentation, and we are all looking forward to seeing how the future of digital medicine takes shape; and of course, our contributions towards it!Novartis Pharma AG
What a treat. Thank you for your time and the energy you brought to The Nantucket Project. We were lucky to have you. I have received such incredible feedback. We are so lucky that people like you agree to come and give so much. The audience loved you and it was a great blend with other presenters and conversation throughout the weekend. I am very grateful. Voices like yours and the role you play in the world are vital.The Nantucket Project