On the 30th May we were delighted to welcome Dr. Jack Kreindler to speak at the Adoreum Club Breakfast at Barbecoa, Piccadilly.
Jack’s speech was full of short personal anecdotes and insights into performance optimisation, the future of medicine as well as a few top tips on how to live forever.
Jack is a doctor, technology entrepreneur, and speaker on the future of life science and medicine. Jack trained at UCL in Medicine and Physiology, and after practiced in Emergency Medicine and High Altitude Physiology. He is the founder of CHHP, The Centre for Health and Human Performance in London, renowned for its work with elite athletes and applying sport science to help the sickest and most unlikely individuals succeed in extraordinary challenges including all the Sport Relief charity challenges.
Alongside CHHP, Jack has founded and funded several innovative medical technology ventures in the UK and California aiming to bring Arti cial Intelligence into medical practice to help doctors and patients make better, earlier decisions together.
Jack serves as a Faculty member of Singularity University’s Exponential Medicine, Barts X Medicine, The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and as guest curator for WIRED Health, Founders Forum, The Science Museum and TEDx events and has presented to international audiences and on TV including BBC, CNBC, Channel 4, many of the largest global healthcare organisations.
From Jack’s passion for bringing theatre to public engagement in 2016 Jack cofounded Weird and Wonderful, a public engagement initiative created to close the knowledge gap in society by changing the way stories in science are told. Weird and Wonderful sponsor innovative productions including TEDx events and in 2017 Jack was appointed as Co-Organiser of TEDxLondon.