Innovation & Technology in Medicine

Pre-recorded breakout session workshops


Sherry-Ann Brown, MD, PhD

Cardiologist, Physician Scientist, Mayo Clinic Alumna

Sherry-Ann Brown, MD, PhD is a board-certified cardiologist and physician scientist trained at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. Her innovation and service have resulted in international medical missions leadership, as well as authorship of invited scientific and medical journal articles, textbook chapters, blogs, and oral and poster presentations across the United States, Latin America, and the United Kingdom. She is also a published author of devotionals and science/medicine poems, and has received a number of humanitarian awards. Dr. Brown is the founder of the Cardiology Oncology Innovation Network, and a member of the Innovation Section and Women in Cardiology Section Leadership Council Communications Working Group of the American College of Cardiology. She is also a Social Media Consultant for the International Cardio-Oncology Society and chair of the Digital Strategy SubCommittee of the Association of Black Cardiologists.


Session Description:

Are you feeling weary and faint from all of the requirements and regulations in your practice? Or by limitations in what you can do or achieve in service locally or internationally? Looking for new ideas to satiate thoughts of discontent and evidence of burnout? In this session together, we will review some ways in which Innovation & Technology In Medicine can relieve some of the burden we face and could help refresh our tired bodies.




  1. Summarize ways in which innovation and technology can influence outcomes in medicine.
  2. Assess current use of innovation and technology in practice.
  3. Recognize opportunities for implementation of innovation and technology in medical practice.


Recommended books:

  1. The Healer Speaks, Dr. Brown Cares
  2. D.R. B.R.A.V.E, Dr. Brown Cares
  3. Midnight, Dr. Brown Cares
  4. Life & Death, Dr. Brown Cares