Natalie Banner - How do people feel about commercial access to health data?

Natalie Banner

Natalie Banner works in the policy team at the Wellcome Trust. Her role primarily focuses on the ethics and governance of biomedical research, including: the uses of patient records for research purposes; ethical issues in genomics;  and the governance of data sharing, both in the UK and in low- and middle-income countries. She also provides the Secretariat for the Expert Advisory Group on Data Access (EAGDA). Prior to joining Wellcome in 2013, Natalie was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Philosophy of Psychiatry at King’s College London, working on conceptual issues concerning the definitions of mental disorder and mental capacity.

Natalie Banner

Natalie Banner, Wellcome Trust, delivers her talk, 'How do people feel about commercial access to health data?', at the Centre for Personalised Medicine's conference, 'Big Data, Ethics and the Market' on 20th June 2016