Steven Hamblin
Chief Technology Officer, Sensyne Health

Steven is the CTO at Sensyne Health, where he is responsible for building and supporting the company’s digital health software products as well as leading technological strategy in the company’s efforts in biomedical research and Clinical AI.

Steven has a long background in developing software and began his undergraduate career in Computer Science before receiving his B.A. in Psychology and M.Sc. in Psychology from the University of Alberta, and his Ph.D. in Biology from the Université du Québec à Montréal.  Following this he spent 3 years in Sydney, Australia as a postdoctoral research associate studying viral and bacterial evolution and population genetics, before completing his second postdotoral appointment in Los Angeles, California in a lab working on behavioural and population genetics. While in LA, Steven worked on his first startup doing audio signal processing and machine learning for pneumonia detection before moving to London and joining Babylon Health, where he built Babylon’s AI team and rose to be Head of Artificial Intelligence.  He joined Sensyne as CTO over a year ago and is focused on the company’s mission of using technology and ethically sourced data to help people get better care.



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Wednesday 11th September 2019
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