Professor of Social and Ethical Aspects of Genomics
Nina Hallowell is Professor of Social and Ethical Aspects of Genomics in the Ethox Centre and the Wellcome Centre for Ethics & Humanities in NDPH, she is also a group leader in the Big Data Institute.
She has been involved in research on the socio-ethical aspects of the use of genomics in healthcare for twenty-five years and has been looking at the implementation of AI and big data systems in the clinic since she returned to Oxford in 2016.
Nina comes from an interdisciplinary background, holding degrees in three disciplines, and loves the cut and thrust of interdisciplinary debate about big issues. She also codirects the EPSRC CDT in Health Data Science, which is based within the Big Data Institute.