Dr. Scott Kraft, MD, is the academic lead for digital health at the W21C Research and Innovation Centre. He also founded and directs SPARK Calgary, which aims to bring University of Calgary Digital Health innovations into clinical practice.
Dr. Kraft received his MD at the University of Saskatchewan and completed his neurology training at Memorial University of Newfoundland where he also received a Master of Sciences in Clinical Epidemiology. His career has focused on the design and implementation of digital tools to enhance clinical outcomes and clinician efficiency. His clinical practice concentrates on Parkinson’s disease and other Movement Disorders.