Khalil regularly speaks at conferences, scientific symposia, and innovation programs such as bootcamps, hackathons, and incubators. He has given over 50 presentations on themes including:
Innovation & Entrepreneurship
Khalil is a TED junior fellow and gave a TED talk on ingestible electroceuticals in 2021 that has been viewed over 1.25M times. For speaking inquiries, please inquire here.
Khalil delivering the opening Keynote at the Grand Hack in Cambridge, MA
Khalil discussing the role of innovation in health transformation at the Hong Kong Baptist university Start-up Bootcamp
Khalil featured on Arabic television discussing how hackathons can democratize health innovation
Khalil has extensive experience developing and teaching courses across bioengineering and innovation. Khalil designs and teaches custom courses on Neuroengineering (flyer shown), Entrepreneurship, and Healthcare Innovation. These courses can be adapted depending on the audience and context. Length and scope can be customized to be appropriate for both lay and expert audiences.
Khalil is a guest instructor for the Innovations in Global Health Systems course at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.