Graham King

Zebra Medical Vision
Sales Director

Graham has spent his entire career in Diagnostic Healthcare. He graduated from The University of Liverpool in 1996 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Diagnostic Radiography. He then went on to specialise in Cross-Sectional imaging, working in several large teaching hospitals across the North West of England in both Senior and Specialist Clinical Roles. His wealth of clinical experience proved invaluable when he made the transition into commercial roles in 2011. Since then he has held positions including Product Specialist, Head of Commercial Service, Managing Director, Business Consultant and Sales Director. He studied Business Management under the Executive MBA programme at Lancaster University and continues to expand his business and commercial experience at every opportunity. He is totally committed to Zebra’s mission of providing innovative AI solutions to benefit both patients and clinicians alike.

dont miss

AI Doctor will see you now

This talk shares patient case studies how Zebra Medical Vision AI solutions are impacting patients lives each day by using large scale longitudinal data to create impactful algorithms.

EVEN MORE SEMINARS

  • Paul Bentley: Speaking at the AI and Machine Learning Convention

    Paul Bentley
    Imperial College London

    How can imaging-AI help stroke management?

  • Dr Minal Bakhai: Speaking at the AI and Machine Learning Convention

    Dr Minal Bakhai
    NHS England

    Digital First Primary Care: translating vision into practice

  • Chris Scarisbrick: Speaking at the AI and Machine Learning Convention

    Chris Scarisbrick
    Sectra

    Accessing global innovation through vendor-neutral platforms

  • Dr Sanjay Budhdeo: Speaking at the AI and Machine Learning Convention

    Dr Sanjay Budhdeo
    Owkin & UCL

    How can we make the best use of healthcare data

  • Dr Matthew Fenech: Speaking at the AI and Machine Learning Convention

    Dr Matthew Fenech
    Future Advocacy

    Regulation of AI in healthcare: what should we expect?