Dr. Fatme Charafeddine is a pediatric cardiologist and electrophysiologist from Lebanon. She is the first practicing pediatric electrophysiologist in her country. She obtained her B.S. degree in Biology, and her M.D from the American University of Beirut. She then completed her postgraduate medical training in Pediatrics and Cardiology at the American University of Beirut – Medical Center, where
she is a Clinical Associate. She earned an additional fellowship training in Cardiac Electrophysiology at the Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne, and became internationally board certified in cardiac devices. She holds a visiting EP position at KidsHeart Medical Center in Dubai and Abu-Dhabi, being as well the first pediatric-trained electrophysiologist in the UAE.
Being inspired by a personal epiphany, she got empowered to democratize her clinical expertise, broadening up the scope of her practice, and following her passion to learn Artificial Intelligence. She became American Board Certified in Artificial Intelligence in Medicine, and joined the Medical Intelligence Society. She is actively collaborating with international data scientists, from the US and the UAE, on several projects deploying machine learning models for improving the automated interpretation of EKGs. She joined the Pediatric Cloud Project, striving to be part of the Moon Shot Mission in transforming Children’s Healthcare worldwide.