Dr. Mohammad Azib, who graduated from the Dow University of Health Sciences in 2020, started the website. He is the first full-stack engineer and medical doctor in the country.
Dr. Azib was also the first Pakistani to be accepted into the Transcend Fellowship in Silicon Valley. He was also accepted into the MIT-Harvard Medical School Global Healthcare Innovation Programme and the Stanford Graduate School of Business Seed Spark Programme.
More than 61,000 medical students and people who want to become doctors have answered more than 45 million questions on MedAngle. The site has become a star and a pioneer in the way digital medical education is changing in Pakistan and around the world.
It is the largest medical education site in Pakistan and the Middle East. It has more than 40,000 multiple-choice questions, clinical cases, and other types of material.
The MedAngle team is made up of more than 150 doctors, healthcare workers, and top medical students from Pakistan and the Middle East. The platform’s technology has grown from being used in just one school to being used in more than 140 schools in two countries and, most recently, in the UAE.
Companies were chosen for the yearly ASU+GSV Summit, which brings together top thinkers who want to change how learning and work affects society and business.
The list is made up of the Elite 200 semifinalists of the GSV Cup. They were chosen from a pool of applicants around the world as the best pre-seed and seed companies in the Pre-K to Grey market.
The meeting began in 2010 when Arizona State University (ASU) and Global Silicon Valley (GSV) worked together on it.
Bill Gates was the main speaker at this year’s ASU+GSV Summit. Sal Khan, the founder and CEO of Khan Academy, and Sam Altman, the founder and CEO of both OpenAI and ChatGPT, were also guests.
Barack Obama, Richard Branson, Laurene Powell Jobs, Priscilla Chan, Jeff Weiner, Bill Nye, Howard Schultz, Reed Hastings, and Eric Yuan have all spoken at the summit before.