Watch NADPH's Speech on AI in Healthcare Equity at US Space Center's AI Symposium

In a transformative session at the AI Symposium at the US Space & Rocket Center®, Dr. Alex Carlisle, the distinguished CEO and Chief Scientific Officer, of the National Alliance against Disparities in Patient Health (NADPH), illuminated the profound impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI) on global healthcare.


Dr. Carlisle's expertise, backed by a Ph.D. in Biochemistry & Molecular Biology from Howard University and extensive post-doctoral training at the NIH, underscores his pivotal role in advancing healthcare through innovative data analytics.During his presentation, Dr. Carlisle emphasized how AI algorithms are revolutionizing healthcare by aiding in the detection of breast and prostate cancers, optimizing personalized treatments, enhancing workflow efficiency, and ultimately improving health outcomes. His visionary outlook on AI's potential to drive breakthroughs at an accelerated pace within the healthcare domain resonated deeply with attendees.


Dr. Carlisle's session on "Maximizing the Promise of AI Innovation in Healthcare" at the US Space & Rocket Center's AI Symposium delved into the ethical and equitable development of AI to address health disparities. His commitment to healthcare equity is further exemplified by his recent feature in Forbes, where he discussed NADPH's mission to eliminate disparities in the US healthcare system.


As the CEO and Chief Scientific Officer of NADPH, a leading national nonprofit leveraging cutting-edge computational technologies like AI and machine learning, Dr. Carlisle champions the cause of health equity in marginalized communities. His impactful work in developing bioinformatic tools for disease analysis and spearheading innovative precision oncology platforms showcases a dedication to leveraging technology for the betterment of healthcare outcomes.


Watch Dr. Carlisle's enlightening discourse on AI's pivotal role in shaping a more equitable and efficient healthcare landscape, at the US Space & Rocket Center's AI Symposium from February 20, 2024.