• Artificial Intelligence in Medicine

Invited SpeakersProfile Details

Ahmed Alfares
Ahmed Alfares Dr. Alfares is an assistance professor at Qassim University, Saudi Arabia and a consultant in medical genetics at National Guard Hospital.

Biography

Dr. Alfares completed medical school in Saudi Arabia and joined the medical genetics residency program at McGill University, Canada. Subsequently, he joined Harvard Medical School in 2011 and completed two fellowships training in Clinical Molecular Genetics and Clinical Biochemical Genetics. Dr. Alfares is currently working as an assistance professor at Qassim University, Saudi Arabia and as a consultant in medical genetics at National Guard Hospital. He is working on implementing high-throughput molecular genetics sequencing lab mainly for whole exome and genome within NGHA campuses also he is working as a consultant in the biochemical metabolic laboratory.

 


All sessions by Ahmed Alfares

  • Day 1Monday, February 18th
  • Day 2Tuesday, February 19th
Session 1 : Opportunities and Challenges for AI in Medicine (Chair - Takashi Gojobori)
10:10 am

Next-generation Sequencing and Inherited Disorders in Saudi Arabia

Building 9 - Lecture hall 2 10:10 - 10:45 Details

Session 4 : Panel Discussion on Requirements of Clinicians and AI scientists (Chair - Charlotte Hauser)
1:20 pm

PANEL DISCUSSION

Building 9 13:20 - 15:20 Details