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Ngozi Nwebonyi

BSc, MSc

Research Assistant

Ngozi Nwebonyi is a research assistant at Oxford University's Ethox Centre, where she is undertaking qualitative research on the ethics of AI and precision medicine, with a particular focus on social bias. This is part of an ethics feasibility study with the Future Targeted Healthcare Manufacturing (FTHM) hub on the challenges facing precision medicine manufacture over the next decade.

Ngozi graduated from the University of Porto, Portugal in 2022 with an MSc in Public Health. She was a member of the Scientific Reviewing Committee at the Institute of Public Health, University of Porto (ISPUP). Her research focused on Public and Patients Involvement (PPI) in health data governance for rare diseases research and care. She worked as a research investigator under a Portuguese project known as DATAGov. Ngozi has BSc in Biomedical Sciences. Her research interests are in ethics of AI in healthcare, Bioethics, Public Health, and PPI.