Celebrating Women in Medicine and Pathology Informatics!

at PI Summit 2024!



Meet Dr. Uttara Joshi (AIRA Matrix) and Dr. Audrey Bennett (Roche)!

Dr. Uttara Joshi

Brought to you by PI Summit 2024's "Women's Networking Event" Co-Sponsor AIRA Matrix

Uttara heads initiatives for business development with respect to key partnerships and product strategies at AIRA Matrix. Uttara is a medical doctor with a specialization in pathology. She has more than 15 years of experience in regulated settings for the diagnostics industry, with an emphasis on surgical pathology. Her expertise in Digital Pathology includes spearheading the development of an integrated digital solution for pathology, encompassing image acquisition hardware, image management systems, and AI-based image analysis software. At AIRA Matrix, her experiences in healthcare and technology provide leadership for the full scale of Artificial Intelligence based solutions offered for the Life Sciences industry.

I had the pleasure to interview Dr. Joshi for API’s celebration of Women in Medicine for the month of March for her contribution to pathology and pathology informatics.

Dr. Audrey Bennett

Brought to you by PI Summit 2024's "Women's Networking Event" Co-Sponsor Roche

Audrey Bennett, M.D., is a pathologist and Pathology Liaison at Roche Diagnostics in the non-commercial division of Medical and Scientific Affairs. As part of the Pathology / Oncology Tissue Field team, her primary role is to provide education to customers and internal colleagues regarding the medical value, utility, and scientific background of our Roche assays and Companion Diagnostic testing. She is a member of the Breast Integrated Medical Team focusing on breast cancer biomarker testing, and also has a special interest in Digital Pathology.

Dr. Bennett is board-certified in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology, with residency training at the University of Virginia. She had subsequent fellowship training in Hematopathology, also at University of Virginia. Dr. Bennett practiced pathology in community practice in Columbus, Ohio, prior to joining Roche 2 years ago.

I am excited to share what I learned in my interview with Dr. Bennett for API’s celebration of Women in Medicine and for her contribution to pathology and pathology informatics: