“I’m very appreciative of the recognition by AIMed. It’s still very early in the era of AI to transform medicine; there’s so much work to do to actualize its extraordinary potential.”
Eric Topol, AI Champion Clinician 2020
The AI Champions Awards have opened for nominations.
Returning for 2022, the awards will take place on Wednesday January 19 as part of the live AIMed Global Summit in Laguna Beach, CA.
This is all about recognizing some of the great people and organizations that are helping to drive the agenda for artificial intelligence in healthcare. Previous winners include legendary cardiologist Eric Topol, fast.ai founder Jeremy Howard, and Stanford University’s Center for Artificial Intelligence in Medicine and Imaging (AIMI).
Accepting the award on behalf of Stanford AIMI in 2020, Co-director Matt Lungren said:
“It is such an honor to receive this AIMed award for the work of Stanford AIMI center. Since the beginning we’ve believed that building a multidisciplinary collaborative community across Stanford and partners in academics and industry would lead to great things in advancing the field of clinical artificial intelligence.”
Supporting the health AI agenda
The categories for 2022 are as follows:
- AIMed Champion Clinician 2022
Awarded to the clinician who has done the most to support the health AI agenda
- AIMed Champion Non-clinician 2022
Awarded to the non-clinician who has done the most to support the health AI agenda
- AIMed Champion Leader 2022
Awarded to the healthcare leader who has done the most to support the health AI agenda
- AIMed Hospital/Institution of the Year 2022
Awarded to the hospital or institution which has done the most outstanding work in deployment of AI
- AIMed Rising Star 2022
Awarded to the individual who has the greatest potential for the future
Who would you nominate?
The awards are open for nominations until November 1, with all submissions reviewed by AIMed and their advisory board. Shortlists will be published the week of November 8, with finalists invited to attend the AIMed Global Summit.
If you would like nominate a person or organization for this year’s awards, please send the following information to [email protected]:
- Nominator’s details (name, job title, organization, telephone number, email address)
- Nominee’s details (name, job title, organization)
- Reason for nomination:
- What they have done in the field of AI (200 words maximum)
- The impact of that on medicine and healthcare (200 words maximum)
Kindly note that self-nominations will not be considered for the AI Champions Awards.
For more information and to register for the AIMed Global Summit, taking place live and in-person in Laguna Niguel, CA, click here.