Improving health digitally
Improving outcomes of digital health programs with Grace Lethlean
Grace Lethlean has degrees in both chemical engineering and immunology. Grace has been actively involved in the development of health technologies from invention, through clinical trials, to commercialisation. Grace Lethlean is co-founder of ANDHealth, Australia’s National Digital Health initiative. It supports evidence based digital health technologies to meet key investor, partner and customer requirements around clinical and commercial validation. Grace is a 2022 Churchill Fellow, investigating international best practice in digital health business support.
Join us to hear about Grace’s journey to become a leader in digital health technologies.
Facilitator: Mohammad Zaidur Rahman Sabuj, QUT. Sabuj is part of the IMNIS Catalyst Program.
Each session will includes a Q and A.
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This event is presented by the STELR Project (STELR) as part of the Victorian Challenge and Enrichment Series (VCES).