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Sakshi Setia

MSc Student, Translational Health Sciences, Nuffield Department of Primary Care and Department of Continuing Education

Sakshi is currently enrolled in the Translational Health Sciences program at the Nuffield Department of Primary Care Sciences and the Department of Continuing Education. Prior to Oxford, she obtained an MSc in International Health Management from Imperial College London and completed her undergraduate medical degree from India. Her research interests are centred on advancing a practical understanding of translational health sciences and fostering global health system improvement by effectively integrating health innovation into policy and practice. Her dissertation project is focused on evaluating the complexity of implementing a story-telling chatbot in Brazil. This project is a collaboration between the Ethox Centre, where she is supervised by Dr Gabriela Pavarini, and the Interdisciplinary Research in Health Sciences (IRIHS) Group, where she is supervised by Dr Mona Koshkouei.

Portrait of Sakshi Setia