ICGRx Summit 2020 Speakers
Professor Dame Jane Dacre DBE
Honorary Consultant rheumatologist, at Whittington Health in London, Professor of Medical Education at UCL and the President of the Medical Protection Society. She is the immediate past president of the Royal College of Physician. Speaking on the Gender Disparities panel.
Dr Notisha Massaquoi
Subject matter expert in the areas of Equity, Anti-oppression, Anti-Black Racism, and Social Justice Education. She is Co-Chair of the Anti-Racism Advisory Panel of the Toronto Police Services Board, Canada. Speaking on the Diversity in Healthcare panel.
Director of Medical & Surgical Business | Olympus Medical. Former NHS Innovation Accelerator Fellow. Speaking on the Medical Technology & Innovation panel.
Helen Bevan is a leader of change within the NHS. She has led and facilitated many nationwide initiatives to improve care. Helen has demonstrated a constancy of purpose and resilience to stay within the system over decades that is rare in internal change agents. She is one of the top social influencers in healthcare globally. Speaking at the Launch of ICGRx Summit.
Dr Matt Morgan
Consultant in Intensive Care Medicine. Head of Critical Care Research and Development, University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff (UK). His open letter addressed to patients during the 2020 COVID pandemic has been read by over half a million people worldwide. Speaking on the Evolution of Healthcare panel.
Professor Jo Martin
President of the Royal College of Pathologists (UK). Former Chief Medical Officer at Barts Health NHS Trust. Speaking on the Evolution of Healthcare panel.
Dr Vineet Arora
Herbert T. Abelson Professor of Medicine, Assistant Dean for Scholarship and Discovery and Associate Chief Medical Officer- Clinical Learning Environment at the University of Chicago, USA. Speaking on the Gender Disparities panel.
Dr Rajiv Sethi
Clinical Entrepreneur Fellow, NHS England and NHS Improvement. Founded ICGRx, National Health Careers Conference, Becoming A Doctor and Faculty of Digital Health. Passionate about improving healthcare and education globally. Hosting the Response to the Pandemic Panel.
Dr Kailash Chand OBE
Chairman of Healthwatch Tameside, Honorary Vice president BMA, Former GP, Deputy Chairman of BMA and Chairman Tameside and Glossop PCT. He is a trustee of Greater Manchester mayor’s charity for the homeless. Speaking on the Impact of COVID-19 on Society panel.
Dr David Mayer
Executive Director of the MedStar Institute for Quality & Safety (MIQS) as well as CEO, Patient Safety Movement Foundation, USA. Chairing Patient Safety panel.
Professor Peter Brennan
NHS Consultant Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon. Patient Safety and Human Factors Expert. Editor, Gray’s Surgical Anatomy and Council member of the Royal College of Surgeons of England. Speaking on the Patient Safety panel.
Dr Jennifer Downs
Associate Professor of Medicine, Microbiology and Immunology at Weill Cornell Medicine, USA. Speaking on the Gender Disparities panel.
Co-Chair of the World Health Organization’s Patients for Patient Safety advisory group, President of the American nonprofit patient organizations Mothers Against Medical Error and Consumers Advancing Patient Safety, and a Board member of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement. Speaking on the Patient Safety panel.
Professor JS Bamrah CBE
Senior Consultant Psychiatrist in Manchester, UK and Chairman, BAPIO. Speaking on the Diversity in Healthcare panel.
Third year MD/MPH student at the University of Washington School of Medicine. Speaking on the Diversity in Healthcare panel.
Dr Daniel Ting
Consultant Vitreo-retinal surgeon in the Singapore National Eye Center, Assistant Professor in Ophthalmology with Duke-NUS Medical School Singapore. Speaking on the Medical Technology & Innovation panel.
Dr Dipesh Gopal
Research Fellow in Primary Care and General Practitioner (GP) in North London, UK. Speaking on the Evolution of Healthcare panel.
Dr Tejas Suri
Senior Resident, Department of Critical Care, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Delhi (India). Speaking on the Evolution of Healthcare Panel.
Dr Fernanda Staniscuaski
Associate Professor, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. Speaking on the Gender Disparities panel.
Tracy Granzy is a writer, filmmaker and healthcare leader. Tracy serves as the founding Director of the Center for Healthcare Narrative at theMedStar Institute for Quality and Safety, and is founding Editor-in-Chief of Please See Me. Speaking on the Patient Safety panel.
President, Australian Medical Students Association. Speaking on the Response to the Pandemic Panel.
A qualified medic, trained as a surgeon and works clinically as a Urologist in Greater Manchester. Kate superseded her work as a Foundation Programme Director to become Head of School for the Physician Associates across the North-West. She is a Leader of Healthcare Improvement Fellow at Advancing Quality Alliance (AQuA) and is Co-Director of the MSc (Medical Education) at Manchester University. Speaking on the Impact of COVID-19 on Society Panel.
Mr Simon Fleming
Faculty at NHS Nightingale London (COVID Response). Vice Chair of the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges Trainee Doctors’ Group (ATDG), a Past President of the British Orthopaedic Trainees’ Association (BOTA), a co-chair for the International Conference in Residency Education (ICRE), and a Ph.D candidate at Queen Mary University of London. Speaking on the Response to the Pandemic panel.
Primary Care Senior Programme Manager with NHS England and NHS Improvement (UK). Speaking on the Impact of COVID-19 on Society Panel.
Dr Terry Cullen
Family Physician and Health Director, Pima County, Arizona. Former Rear Admiral , US Public Health Service and Chief Medical Information Officer for the Veterans Health Administration. Speaking on the Medical Technology & Innovation panel.
Dr Subha Madhavan
Chief Data Scientist and Founding Director of the Innovation Center for Biomedical Informatics (ICBI) a Georgetown University Medical Center. Speaking on the Medical Technology & Innovation panel.
Dr Zach West
Paediatric Resident, Emory University. ICGRx Team. Hosting the Diversity in Healthcare Panel.
Medical Student, Queen Mary University of London. ICGRx Team. Hosting the Evolution of Healthcare panel.
Dr Dom Proctor
FiY1 Doctor, National Health Service. ICGRx Team. Hosting the Impact of COVID-19 on Society panel.
Medical Student, University of Liverpool. ICGRx Team. Hosting the Evolution of Healthcare Panel.
Dr Olive Kobusingye
Surgeon and injury epidemiologist. She is a Senior Research Fellow at Makerere University School of Public Health, where she heads the Trauma, Injury, Disability Unit. She is a Distinguished Fellow of the George Institute for Global Health, Australia. Speaking on the Impact of COVID-19 on Society Panel.
A rising third year medical student at Emory University School of Medicine. Speaking on the Diversity in Healthcare Panel.
Medical Student, University of Zambia ICGRx Team. Speaking on the Response to the Pandemic Panel.
Medical Student, University of Dundee. ICGRx Team. Hosting the Medical Technology and Innovation Panel.
Dr Sandeep Bansal
Founder and CEO Medic Creations. Capstone Faculty at HarvardMedical School, Surgical Leadership and Innovation.Faculty at Queen Mary Medical School, Barts X Medicine. Speaking on the Medical Technology and Innovation Panel.
Mr Jeremy Ward
Consultant Upper Gastro-intestinal and General Surgeon at Lancashire Teaching Hospitals in the north-west of England. He is also the Chairman of Health Exchange Nepal-UK (HExN-UK). Speaking on the Response to the Pandemic Panel.