Stop by the Clario booth #114 at the conference to see our new look! We would love to talk to you about your needs and how Clario can help you transform patients’ lives. You’ll have the opportunity to learn about the new Clario, schedule a one-on-one meeting with one of our many experts or meet us in our cabana for a cake shot at the Monday evening reception.
And, don’t miss our spotlight session on Thursday, February 10 with Dave Billiter from Deep Lens along with experts from Clario where you’ll learn how Artificial Intelligence has the potential to dramatically improve the speed and accuracy of clinical trials.
DIRECTOR OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AT CLARIO
Łukasz Kidziński joined Clario through acquisition of his startup Saliency, building software for automating imaging work in clinical trials. He was a researcher at Stanford University, focusing on wearable devices for quantifying health. Łukasz obtained a PhD degree at Université Libre de Bruxelles in mathematical statistics and master’s in computer science from the University of Warsaw. He co-authored over 100 scientific publications.
CO-Director of Artificial Intelligence at Clario
Before Clario, Kevin co-founded Saliency, a Silicon Valley-based startup developing AI-enabled medical imaging biomarkers that was acquired by Clario in 2020. Kevin has a Ph.D. in biomedical informatics from Stanford University and completed the first two years of medical school at Stanford School of Medicine. Before attending graduate school, he conducted research in Canada as a Fulbright Scholar.
Senior Product Manager of Clinical Adjudication System at Clario
Janine helps drive the product vision by seeking to understand clients’ unique needs at a deep level. She previously spent three years as the account manager for large adjudication clients at IBM. Prior to entering the field of clinical trial technologies, she spent 14 years leading patient safety initiatives at a large hospital system. Janine received her nursing degree from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and her MBA from Walden University in Minneapolis.
CEO and Co-Founder at Deep Lens
Dave’s career spans 20 years in healthcare and life sciences. The impetus for Deep Lens came from his tenure as Director of Informatics at The Research Institute at Nationwide Children’s Hospital where he led innovative technology development. Prior to leading the creation of Deep Lens, Dave was Director of Data Strategy for Cardinal Health where he developed data monetization strategies and new product development for pharmaceutical and health care provider partners.