Born in Pakistan, Wardah Inam, an MIT and Cambridge graduate and the CEO of Overjet clinic, has been listed among ‘The 32 Most Influential People in Dentistry’, in the world.
The Overjet Clinic incorporates leading AI (artificial intelligence) powered technology in dentistry to enhance oral care. Clinical Intelligence Platform is deployed via AI powered technology with data science and computer vision to support dental clinics mechanize their data information resources, that in-turn helps improve patient care.
Overjet gets creates partnerships with dental group practices and large dental hospitals to automate operation review, waste, fraud and identify malpractice.
In a very short span of time, Overjet has managed to emerge as one of the leading AI players in dentistry.
‘Incisal Edge Magazine’ recently selected the CEO over Overjet Clinic Wardah Inam, as one of the most innovative and gifted dentists in the industry.
Inam as the Overjet’s co-founder and CEO states:
“Our goal from day one has been to improve the standard of care in dentistry. We are looking forward to working with our partners to scale our technology and efforts to achieve our mission”, reports Aegis Dental Network.
The accomplished dentist took to her twitter and expressed gratitude for the honorable mention:
I am beyond honored to be featured in the 32 Most Influential People in Dentistry list by Incisal Edge alongside great leaders who have shaped dentistry!
In a very short time, due to the hardwork of the Overjet team, we have emerged as the leading AI player in dentistry. https://t.co/KKHD72NuxS
— Wardah Inam (@WardahInam) July 13, 2020
The technology incorporated by Overjet assists in interpreting digital scans, photos, bio markers, radiographs and complicated medical information, reports Mashable Pakistan. Moreover, the technique lets dentists diagnose and identify the disease better and helps in processing a more effective cure. This aid supervenes a bias free approach that results in utmost care and deliberation in the oral care of the patient.
Overjet, A Harvard And MIT Dental Tech Startup, Applies AI To Improve Oral Care https://t.co/ljpKi9xjNt Towards Data-Driven Dentistry and Standardized Care https://t.co/3KWE6flgUu @OverjetDental @WardahInam @MIT @harvardmed @fredsoda @lisathedentist @ForsythResearch pic.twitter.com/TRo9qScMDT
— Howard Farran DDS (@HowardFarran) March 15, 2020
Thank you Howard Farran for the tweet! @HowardFarran @Dentaltown https://t.co/OMYA8fQjYL
— Wardah Inam (@WardahInam) March 15, 2020
Another name worth mentioning, though not hailing from Pakistan, is the Iranian born Leila Pirhaji, who has been selected as a 35 under 35 innovator of the year by @MIT @techreview, alongside exceptionally talented young innovators.
Leila developed an AI based system that identifies smaller molecules inside the patients body, faster than ever before.
“I am particularly excited about our innovative work in using artificial intelligence #AI and data from small molecules in the human body or #metabolites for drug discovery. I believe we need innovative technologies to expedite drug discovery and development more than ever.”
I am particularly excited about our innovative work in using artificial intelligence #AI and data from small molecules in the human body or #metabolites for drug discovery. I believe we need innovative technologies to expedite drug discovery and development more than ever.
— Leila Pirhaji (@Leila_Pirhaji) June 17, 2020
I am so proud to be living in an era where women are excelling in every field. Be it medicine, dentistry, or sports, females are giving a tough time to all the males out there. It’s refreshing and encouraging to witness women empowerment in all its glory.
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