Ten CMA members have won the opportunity to represent the Canadian Medical Association (CMA) at the SingularityU Canada Summit in Edmonton on Apr. 23 and 24.
The Summit is an opportunity to explore how exponential technology can be used to benefit our lives and communities, and to meet and connect with thought leaders and start-ups committed to reinforcing Canada’s role as a tech innovator.
Winners were chosen based on their answers – in 280 characters – to the question “How can innovation impact health/health care?”
The winners are: Dr. Matthew Morrissette, Dr. Kathleen Ross, Dr. Matthew Bromwich, Dr. Azzra Mangalji, Dr. Kaylynn Purdy, David Wiercigroch, Andrew Lee, Ben Guidolin, Dr. Alika Lafontaine and Dr. Noel Grisdale.
This program is one more way the CMA is supporting its members as medical leaders and innovators.