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Network Coordinators

BA, MA, MSt, DPhil Angeliki Kerasidou - Associate Professor in Bioethics

Angeliki Kerasidou, Ethox Centre

Associate Professor of Bioethics, Reuben College Official Fellow, and Ethics and Values Theme Leader

Michael Morrison

Michael Morrison, HeLEX: Centre for Health, Law and Emerging Technologies

Senior Researcher in Social Science


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27 March 2024, 9:00am - 1pm

OxSTAI-CUREC workshop on ethics governance of AI research

BDI- Seminar Room 1


10 November 2023, 10am - 1pm

Responsible governance of AI in healthcare

Law Faculty - St Cross Building, Seminar Room L

Advances in artificial intelligence (AI) hold huge promises for health and care. AI could transform medicine and care by generating new therapeutics, improving diagnosis, making care more accessible, reducing costs and freeing time for healthcare professionals to spend with their patients. Yet, a number of ethical, social, and governance related issues need to be explored and resolved before such promises become reality.

The Oxford Network for Sustainable and Trustworthy AI in Health and Care brings together Oxford University’s expertise in bioethics, governance and regulation, social sciences, medical sciences, science and technology working in the field of AI in health and care. It provides a platform for the exchange of ideas, and development of collaborations with the aim of identifying questions, researching and offering solutions to pertinent issues that relate to the development and deployment of AI in health and care. 

Steering Committee

main research foci:

Network members