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Consider Data Careers in Healthcare: Advancing Health Care with Inclusive Clinical Trials and AI
20. 11. 2021 @ 16:00 - 17:00 SMT
#AI #Globalwebinar #Thoughtleadership
Nov 20, 2021 (Saturday), 4:00 pm to 05:00 pm Singapore Time
Data jobs are not limited to the IT or Tech Industry. Companies are now beginning to understand the importance of gathering, understanding, and using data to drive business decisions.
The current global pandemic is highlighting this need, particularly in the healthcare industry. In Singapore alone, 70% of long-term roles are required for healthcare support and administrative support roles (Businesswire, 2021).
Join us on 20 Nov, and listen to Dr. Aileen Dualan, Global Medical Affairs Lead, APAC at MSD, and Jason Tamara Widjaja, Director of Artificial Intelligence at the Singapore IT Hub, MSD, who will unpack:
- how you can be part of this growing industry – highlighting which data and soft skills are essential for getting hired.
- why diversity in clinical trials is critical for patients, especially in a global pandemic; and
- what AI bias is and how to prevent it;
Register for this free and exciting global discussion and networking session!
Global Medical Affairs Lead, Asia Pacific, MSD Aileen is a physician by training and spent 10 years in an academic and research setting in Chicago, Illinois, and Baltimore, Maryland, in the U.S. She then transitioned her career over to the pharmaceutical industry. She worked in Pharmacovigilance and Medical Affairs in the Philippines, before moving to Singapore in 2010. She has led various regional Medical Affairs functions at a number of multinational healthcare companies, joining MSD in 2016.
Aileen received her medical degree from the University of the Philippines. She is board-certified by the American Board of Pediatrics and has advanced training in infectious diseases, microbiology, public health, and epidemiology.
Director, Artificial Intelligence and Responsible AI Lead Singapore IT Hub MSD Jason’s AI responsibilities include developing computer vision capabilities, embedding responsible AI into the enterprise, and nurturing partnerships with the global data science community. He contributes to multiple national initiatives including Singapore’s AI Governance Framework and is an author of Singapore’s AI Ethics Body of Knowledge.
Jason was on the Melbourne Business School Dean’s List for his MBA in 2010 and graduated from the same university with a second master’s in Business Analytics in 2015. He also holds a bachelor’s degree in Computing from the National University of Singapore and a first-class honors in Business Information Systems and Human Resources Management from Middlesex University.
Singapore Chapter Co-Lead Zainab graduated with a Bachelors of Engineering, Mechanical in 2019, starting her career as a product development engineer at a medical devices company based in New Zealand. As an engineer, she worked on designing and developing products that provide ventilation and oxygen therapy to patients. Realizing her true passion lies in data and technology, she pivoted into data analytics, working on sustainability reporting and infrastructure planning for the design and manufacture of medical devices. A global citizen, Kiwi-Singaporean Zainab has lived in 6 countries growing up including New Zealand and the U.S., recently returning to Singapore to be with family
Q. Is it free to join?
A. Yes! Participation is free, but slots are limited, so please register early!
Q. I’m based outside of APAC. Can I still join?
A. Absolutely! This is a worldwide online event. You can join from any part of the world.
Q. Is it only for women?
A. The online webinar is an inclusive event and open to all genders. #HeLovesData #zelovesdata too!
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