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Laiba Husain

BSc (Honours) MPH


I am a researcher on the IRIHS team researching public and patient involvement and engagement (PPIE) in the Oxford BRCs and the PARADIGM project (Patients Active in Research and Dialogues for an Improved Generation of Medicines). This EU-wide Innovative Medicines Initiative project seeks to facilitate sustainable patient involvement across the cycle of medicines development in the EU.

As a US-UK Fulbright Scholar, I undertook my Master's in Public Health degree under the Fulbright Grant at the University of Birmingham where I was researching the relationship of trust that refugees and migrants have with their healthcare professionals in the UK.

Recently I worked on a telehealth research project that evaluated online versus face-to-face diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Condition (ASC) using an online diagnostic platform designed by Healios which I hope to further explore with a Dphil Project next year. My research interests broadly span across vulnerable populations in healthcare and investigating patient access and engagement within health and medicine.

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