Canadian College of Health Leaders GTA Chapter & University Health Network (UHN):
Leadership Development Series
Featuring Dr. David Jaffray, Executive Vice President of Technology and Innovation, UHN
Monday, March 19, 2018
The GTA Chapter of the Canadian College of Health Leaders (CCHL) is excited to present the final installment of its leadership development series, in partnership with University Health Network (UHN). Please join us on Monday March 19, 2018 to hear Dr. David Jaffray, Executive Vice President of Technology and Innovation, share his leadership journey and experience. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to learn about Dr. Jaffray’s journey to become senior executive, and hear his insights on the future of health care.
5pm – 7pm at Toronto Rehab, University Centre
2nd Floor, Auditorium
550 University Avenue, Toronto, ON
5:00-5:30 registration, networking, light refreshments will be provided
Over 2017-18, leaders from UHN shared stories about their professional journey, speaking candidly about their careers, while imparting advice for current and future leaders. Speakers also provided their thoughts and insights on the future of health care both at UHN and across the system. Following the presentation, guests will have an opportunity to engage with speakers in a Q and A session.
The event will take place in the Toronto Rehab – University Centre Auditorium (2nd Floor). As this session has limited capacity, please register early.
David Jaffray’s Biography:
David Jaffray is the Executive Vice President of Technology and Innovation at the University Health Network (UHN) and the Director of Medical Physics. He holds the Fidani Chair in Radiation Physics and is a principal in the STTARR Innovation Centre. He is also the Director of the TECHNA Institute and a Senior Scientist within the Ontario Cancer Institute. Dr. Jaffray is a Professor in the Departments of Radiation Oncology, Medical Biophysics, and Institute for Biomaterials and Biomedical Engineering at the University of Toronto. He has numerous patents and >200 peer-reviewed publications. His current research interests focus on the development of imaging technologies and methods with a focus on image-guided interventions, including radiation therapy and surgery.