Harnessing AI to Increase Early Breast Cancer Detection with Kaitlin Christine of Gabbi
In our healthcare system, women often struggle to get the support, information, and tests they need. This reality is especially prevalent and dangerous in breast cancer risk assessment and detection where delayed diagnosis can have dire consequences
Drawing from her own experience, Kaitlin Christine, CEO and Founder of Gabbi, is on a mission to increase early breast cancer detection and save lives. With a proprietary AI-driven risk assessment model and app, Kaitlin and her team are giving women the tools they need to understand their risk, connect, and advocate for the care they need.
In this episode of The Digital Footprint, we speak with Kaitlin about her mission, the highs and lows of startup life, and lessons learned along the way.
💡 Name: Kaitlin Christine
💡 What she does: Founder and CEO of Gabbi.
💡 Company: Gabbi
💡 Noteworthy: Kaitlin Christine is a breast cancer survivor who has dedicated her life to empowering women to understand their bodies and advocate for themselves. Kaitlin has spent over nine years in women's health, and with the Gabbi team, she is on a mission to decrease delayed diagnosis. Kaitlin has been selected as Oregon's Entrepreneur of the Year 2021, the HITLAB Women's Health Tech Challenge winner, and HITLAB's Audience Choice Award.