Blockchain Applications Presentation Commentry
Scientific Review Committee Commentary
Keywords:blockchain in healthcare, blockchain research, ConV2X 2021, blockchain academic track, blockchain applications in healthcare, blockchain academic scientific review committee, ConV2X blockchain scientific review committee
The 2021 ConV2X Annual Symposium featured a scientific program of academic/research presentations in addition to business and industry talks. The research track focused on exploring and sharing developments in blockchain and emerging technologies in health and clinical medicine. Submissions were based on original research, conceptual frameworks, proposed applications, position papers, case studies, and real-world implementation. Selection was based on a peer-review process. Faculty, students, and industry researchers were encouraged to submit abstracts to present ideas before an informed and knowledgeable audience of industry leaders, policy makers, funders, and researchers.
All presentations were reviewed by a sub-group of the scientific reveiw committee. This video presentation is an example of the discussions that transpired for each category of submissions, specifically, blockchain applications.
Submission Review Committee
- Dave Kochalko, CEO of ARTiFACTS
- Anjum Khurshid, UT Austin
- Carlos Caldas, UT Engineering
- Gil Alterovitz, Harvard Medical School
- Kayo Fujimoto, UT Health Houston
- Lei Zhang, University of Glasglow
- Sean Manion, CSciO of ConsenSys Health
- Vijayakuman Varadarajan, University of South Wales
- Vikram Dhillon, Wayne State University
- Yuichi Ikeda, Kyoto University
How to Cite
Copyright (c) 2022 Dr. Anjum Khurshid, Director Of Data Integration, Department of Population Health, Assistant Professor, Department of Population Health, The University Of Texas at Austin Dell Medical School, USA, Dr. Kayo Fujimoto, Distinguished Professor In Social Determinants of Health, Professor In School Of Public Health At The University Of Texas Health Science Center At Houston, USA, Dr. Vijayakumar Varadarajan, Adjunct Professor, School of Computer Science and Engineering, The University of New South Wales, Australia
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