Nathan Grey is a public health leader with expertise in health promotion and disease prevention. He served as National Vice President for Global Health at the American Cancer Society for over a decade and helped build a highly successful global cancer control program. During that time, he became interested in using new technologies to address difficult health issues. Nathan has a Master’s in Public Health from Emory University and a Master’s in English from the University of Wisconsin. He has published numerous articles on global health and makes frequent presentations on the topic.
Yury Bychkov is a software engineer with expertise in database systems and machine learning. He is currently working for an ecological consulting company, building tools to help gather, analyze and visualize a variety of ecological data. However, Yury has always been interested in technological solutions to health problems. He has a M.Sc. in Computer Science from the University of Victoria and published several papers on Electronic Medical Records and information exchange in the healthcare domain. During his work at UVic, he participated in developing a middleware solution for data and service interchange between medical information systems.