Live From Technion Webinar with Dr. Eyal Zimlichman
If the coronavirus pandemic has underscored one message, it’s that the world is one big global village. We can no longer work in our own silos as stock market fluctuations, climate change, and pandemics affect us all.
In this special webinar, Technion alumnus Dr. Eyal Zimlichman will address this interconnectedness and Israel’s efforts in developing solutions for the global healthcare marketplace. Dr. Zimlichman heads the ARC Center at world-leading Sheba Medical Center (Tel Ha’Shomer Hospital) in Israel, where entrepreneurs from digital healthcare startups work collaboratively with hospital staff to advance medical innovation on all fronts, including combatting the coronavirus.
Webinar moderator Anat Feinberg, National Director of Alumni Relations U.S. at the American Technion Society, will speak about the global reach of Technion graduates and the Technion alumni program in the U.S.
Eyal Zimlichman, MD ’98 is the chief medical officer and chief innovation officer at Sheba Medical Center in Israel, and the founding director of the ARC Center, which stands for “Accelerate, Redesign, Collaborate.” His work aims to redesign health care through digital health solutions by 2030. He was named as one of “Israel’s 100 Most Influential People This Jewish Year” by Israel’s leading financial newspaper, TheMarker, in 2019. Dr. Zimlichman earned his medical degree at the Technion.