Mariam Elgabry is Co-founder of Enteromics – a start-up developing smart gut-sensing pills that are paired to a smart phone via an App – to deliver AI-powered microbiome insights for health empowerment. Alongside Mariam’s role at Enteromics she researches Biocrime, the Internet-of-Medical-Things and Cyber-biosecurity as part of her PhD studies at UCL’s Jill Dando Institute. Prior to Enteromics she has held roles at Astra Zeneca and Microsoft, she also holds a MSc in Bioinformatics and Theoretical Systems Biology, and a Master of Research in Security and Crime Science. Mariam’s recent work discusses the COVID-19 pandemic and its effect on Cyber-biosecurity in the UK and abroad, published by the UK Joint Committee on National Security.
15 October 2020
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