Maxine Mackintosh is a Postdoctoral Fellow at Alan Turing Institute, The Health Foundation and the University of Oxford, working on machine learning in health. She is also the Co-Founder of One HealthTech, a large community supporting diversity in health innovation.
Maxine Macintosh is a Postdoctoral Fellowworking between the Alan Turing Institute, The Health Foundation and the University of Oxford.
Her work involves applying machine learning methods to large, administrative NHS datasets. Prior to this she completed a PhD at UCL on early signs of dementia in electronic health records, an MSc in Health Policy, Planning and Financing (LSE & LSHTM) and a BSc in Biomedical Sciences (UCL).
Maxine is also the co-founder of One HealthTech – a global, volunteer-led, grassroots community that supports and promotes under-represented groups in health innovation.
She is currently a non-executive director at the Eastern Academic Health Science network, which covers the Cambridge region.
She has worked across a range of organisations and roles, including the World Health Organisation on artificial intelligence policy, L'Oreal's scientific team, technology strategy in Roche Diagnostics and as a Churchill Fellow where she visited the US and East Africa to understand more about the health innovation landscape.
She is part of a number of communities and committees including the World Economic Forum’s Global Shapers, and the British Computer Society (Health Exec) and previously, she sat on the DeepMind Health Independent Review Board. She also really really likes fancy dress.