AI Mentors E09: David Ledbetter, Senior Data Scientist at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles


Welcome to episode nine of AI Mentors, the podcast that helps you pave the way for a successful career in the world of Data Science and AI.

Powered by Alldus International the premium AI Workforce Solutions, our top consultant’s interview AI Leaders and Data Scientists from around the world about their personal journey to becoming a front-runner in AI. Guests offer practical advice to those interested in becoming a leader in Data Science.

Today’s guest is David Ledbetter, who is the Senior Data Scientist at the Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. David is an experienced data scientist and deep learning researcher that works closely with clinicians to bridge the gap between healthcare professionals and data scientists.

David is focused on fostering communication and enabling collaborations that are able to solve real clinical problems that require significant cross-disciplinary expertise. He also has a passion for training aspiring data scientists looking to break into the healthcare sector to make a meaningful impact.

In the episode, David will tell you about:

Building the foundations at the Children’s Hospital in Los Angeles

Examples of how data science affects patients lives for the better

Having the right onboarding process for moving into industry

The importance of effective communications

How AI will change the future of the healthcare sector

If you would like to hear more from David and his work at the Children’s Hospital in Los Angeles, check out their website and you can also connect with him on LinkedIn.

What were your key learns from David’s podcast? What takeaways did you gain from the show to help in your Data Science aspirations? I would love to hear your thoughts so please leave a comment below.

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