Paige joined the Ethox Centre in 2021 as a DPhil student in Population Health. Under the supervision of Mark Sheehan and Mackenzie Graham, her research is examining what organisational trustworthiness means in the context of health data access and use in the UK. She will produce a flexible and easy-to-use tool that can support commercial organisations and health researchers alike as they strive to ensure that their own organisations are trustworthy.
Paige holds a BSc in Biology from the University of British Columbia and an MA in Bioethics & Society from King’s College London. She is currently the Associate Director of the GE2P2 Global Foundation’s Centre for Informed Consent Integrity and has worked in the past with the Foundation’s Independent Bioethics Advisory Committee.
Trust and the Goldacre Review: why trusted research environments are not about trust.
Graham M. et al, (2022), J Med Ethics
International Country-Level Trends, Factors, and Disparities in Compassionate Use Access to Unlicensed Products for Patients With Serious Medical Conditions
Aliu P. et al, (2022), JAMA Health Forum, 3, e220475 - e220475
Increasing Use of Compassionate Use/Managed Access Channels to Obtain Medicines for Use in COVID‐19
Aliu P. et al, (2021), Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics, 110, 26 - 28