Dr Constance Lehman
Dr Lehman received her undergraduate education at Duke University, MD and PhD from Yale University and holds an honorary medical degree from Harvard Medical School. She has co-authored or authored national and international breast cancer detection, diagnosis and treatment recommendations by the American Cancer Society, the American College of Radiology, and the National Comprehensive Cancer Network, and over 250 peer-reviewed scientific publications. Her current research has demonstrated the power of AI tools to exceed current methods to predict future breast cancer risk and to interpret mammograms. She has led several programs to improve breast cancer detection and diagnosis in global communities with limited resources. With this continued work, the goal of autonomous imaging interpretation of a large subset of imaging studies will be realized, allowing expansion of the power of the imaging sciences to diagnose earlier, more accurately, and at lower cost a wide range of disease states. Collectively, her experiences support methods to guide effective, safe, timely, cost effective and quality implementation of AI tools to improve patient outcomes.