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Jorge Acevedo-Canabal, MD

Medical Cyber Resiliency


Dr. Jorge Acevedo Canabal is a dedicated physician and adjunct professor at the University of Puerto Rico School of Medicine, with a genuine passion for patient safety, public health, and disaster preparedness.

Throughout his career, Dr. Acevedo Canabal has made significant contributions to various areas of medical research, including genomic surveillance, rare diseases, women's health, and Alzheimer's disease. His commitment to advancing medical knowledge is evident through his contribution to peer-reviewed publications.

In addition to his academic pursuits, Dr. Acevedo Canabal has played leadership roles in public health organizations, such as the healthy aging workgroup at the Puerto Rico Department of Health and the Puerto Rico Science, Technology, & Research Trust, where he served as Chief Medical Officer.

Drawing from his clinical background and experiences in disaster response, Dr. Acevedo Canabal brings a unique perspective to cybersecurity in healthcare, emphasizing the importance of safeguarding medical systems and patient data in an increasingly digital world.

Overall, Dr. Acevedo Canabal's dedication to improving healthcare outcomes shines through his work and advocacy, making him a valuable asset to any discussion or initiative aimed at enhancing the well-being of individuals and communities.

Jorge Acevedo-Canabal, MD
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