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New Horizons in Public Health: The use of AI in public health in the UK

22nd March 2024, 10:30am - 12:30pm , Online

Hosted by the FPH AI and Digital Public Health SIG, this AI UK 2024 Fringe Event (Fringe Events – The Alan Turing Institute) will bring together members of the public health community alongside the AI research community, who are interested in the potential application of AI in public health. The event will showcase AI developments and the potential application in public health, with space for structured discussion amongst attendees on the opportunities and challenges to the development and deployment of AI across the different domains of public health.


  • Prof. Alisha Davies, Public Health AI Lead, The Alan Turing Institute; Head of Research & Evaluation Public Health Wales, Co-chair of the FPH AI & Digital Public Health SIG
  • Dr. Elliott Roy Highley, Public Health Specialty Registrar, Co-chair of the FPH AI & Digital Public Health SIG 
  • Dr. Samantha Field, Public Health Specialty Registrar, Co-chair of the FPH AI & Digital Public Health SIG 


  • Prof. Kevin Fenton, President, Faculty of Public Health 
  • Dr. Florian Ostmann, Head of AI Governance and Regulatory Innovation, The Alan Turing Institute
  • Prof. Marta Blangiardo, Professor of Biostatistics, Imperial College 
  • Dr. Christopher Burr, Senior Researcher in Trustworthy Systems, The Alan Turing Institute 
  • Prof. Sian Taylor-Phillips, Professor of Population Health, Director of Warwick Screening, Warwick Medical School, University of Warwick
  • Dr Anya Skatova, UKRI Future Leaders Fellow, Population Health Sciences, University of Bristol

The agenda of the event is available here.

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