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Laiba Husain

Bachelor's in Biopsychology, Cognition and Neuroscience (BSc Honours) / Master's in Public Health (MPH)

DPhil Student

  • I am a DPhil student under the supervision of Dr. Trisha Greenhalgh, Dr. Joseph Wherton, Dr. Gemma Hughes and Dr. Teresa Finlay, funded by the University of Cambridge THIS Institute Fellowship.
  • The focus of my project is scaling up the use of remote video consultations for COVID-19 and more specifically addressing barriers of equity and patient acceptance. This ties in with my on-going work on the Remote by Default Study which explores the benefits, limitations, and opportunities of the shift to remote care.
  • My wider interests include interdisciplinary and participatory approaches to research, social & health inequalities and empowerment of marginalised groups.
  • I have previously graduated with a Master’s in Public Health from the University of Birmingham as a Fulbright Scholar. I completed my undergraduate degree in Biopyshcology, Cognition and Neuroscience from the University of Michigan, USA.