April 20, 2020

Vector Welcomes Roxana Sultan as VP, Health

April 20, 2020 

Vector Institute is pleased to announce the appointment of Roxana Sultan to the role of Vice President, Health

Roxana will lead Vector’s strategic contributions to Ontario and Canada’s health sector.  Along with our health team and partners, Roxana will drive applications of AI to life sciences, foster research, health sector and industrial sponsor projects, and lead initiatives to advance the health space, contributing to short-, medium-, and long-term impact achievements within the Ontario health ecosystem. 

Roxana is the former Executive Director of the Provincial Council for Maternal and Child Health, where she led the implementation of evidence-based clinical quality improvement and access initiatives in obstetric, neonatal, and paediatric health services across Ontario. 

Her career has included leadership roles with The Hincks-Dellcrest Centre (now “SickKids Centre for Community Mental Health”), the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre in the University Health Network, the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), Cancer Care Ontario, and the Hospital for Sick Children.

As an Adjunct Lecturer with the Institute of Health Policy, Management, and Evaluation (IHPME) at the University of Toronto (U of T), Roxana teaches a graduate-level course on intelligent medicine, machine learning, and knowledge representation.  She also serves as the Vice Chair of the Board of the Canadian Cancer Society – Ontario Division.

Roxana completed her graduate education with the Department of Molecular and Medical Genetics at U of T, and has a Masters of Health Science from IHPME.

Roxana’s appointment is effective immediately.


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