Dr. Jack Kreindler
Dr. Jack Kreindler is a physician, physiologist and serial technology entrepreneur. Whilst still practicing as an Emergency Physician from 2002 to 2006, Jack’s incubator BlueOrange Technologies developed the core technology platform for enterprises and high growth start-ups including VisualDNA (online behavioural analytics), GenieDB (geo-distributed cross-cloud DBaaS) and Dictate IT (UK NHS transcription provider). In 2007 Jack founded Center for Health and Human Performance (CHHP) in London’s Harley Street. CHHP is renowned for its work with athletes, complex cases and celebrities taking on extreme challenges. CHHP tackles complex chronic disease combining world experts, the latest biosensor technology and physiological modelling techniques from the worlds of medicine and elite sport science. He also co-founded Adaptive Collaborative Treatments (ACT) with the late Baroness Tessa Jowell and her daughter Jess Mills, to make 'Adaptive Trials' of personalised combination therapies an option for all patients with untreatable cancers. Jack lectures internationally on the future of medicine, advises Havas Health and is a guest expert presenter for CNBC, Sky Sport, BT Sport and the BBC.