This session is intended to ignite discussion around choosing the right tools to enhance various teams’ activities to achieve the best possible result in each scenario.
Recordings coming soon
About the Session:
This session is intended to ignite discussion around choosing the right tools to enhance various teams’ activities to achieve the best possible result in each scenario. The talk will present three cases varying in group size, length of group engagement, and field from Dr. Gannot’s experience as an educator, researcher, and entrepreneur.
Each case study will be followed by an interactive discussion in which participants can talk through challenges related to real-world applications of team science principles.
About the Target Audience:
This workshop is appropriate for members of translational science and biomedical teams interested in improving their ability to lead or work within research teams effectively. Whether you are starting a new team or seeking to enhance the effectiveness of your current team, this coffee break will provide you with insights and tools to apply in your work.
About the Speaker:
Israel Gannot, PhD, is currently a full professor and former chair of the Biomedical Engineering Department at the Tel-Aviv University School of Engineering. He is also an associate research professor at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and a co-founder of Opticul Diagnostics, a biotech company developing instruments for bacteria identification in hospital settings. His research interests include multi-modal imaging, development of probes for endoscopic imaging, and Theranostics, in which the same technology is used to treat the target tissue while simultaneously imaging it. Through the years, his focus has expanded to consider practical ethics, especially AI in Medicine, and the promotion of translational science, i.e., transferring ideas from the laboratory into a successful tool for the sake of human healthcare.