Our Keynote Speakers

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Why We’re Talking About The Gender Data Health Gap

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What Does The Future Of Care Look Like?

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The systemic problem with the lack of education in women’s health and its consequences

We live in our bodies but, as women, we are not taught much about it. We rely on doctors’ expertise or advice from our friends to bridge the gaps in our knowledge. Is that all we need, though? We are, after all, truly the ones in charge of our health and our bodies. We have the right to be armed with the knowledge we need to be able to make educated and informed decisions about our health – and that is where the systemic lack of education in women’s health has failed us. Here we list 7 aspects of our health that are often overlooked when it comes to learn how our body works. 

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How Can Digital Solutions Improve Maternal Care? An Interview With GP turned Startup Founder

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The following is a transcript of an interview by Oriana Kraft with Hannah Allen, Co-Founder and CEO of Tinto –  a platform providing personalised support for women who have babies about her journey to founding Tinto, the gaps in care digital services can fill and why she chose to focus on the maternal health journey.

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The Link Between Fertility And Future Health

The following is a transcript of an interview by Oriana Kraft with Dr. Lynae Brayboy, Chief Medical Officer at Clue. 

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What Does The Future Of Fertility Look Like ?

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The Personalisation of Women’s Health

The following is a transcript of an interview by Oriana Kraft with Laura Symul, Postdoctoral Fellow at Stanford University, Department of Statistics.

Laura’s research focuses on fertility, cycle-related symptoms, and drivers of change in vaginal microbiome communities. She uses self-tracked data from mobile phone apps and devices and clinical multi-omics data.

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How Do Medical Education And Sexual Reproductive Health Intersect? A Closer Look At Initiatives In Switzerland