Eleonora has deep expertise in digital health particularly on cutting edge technologies, like artificial intelligence, and regulation. She was previously Head of Collaborations at the NHS AI Lab and was instrumental in leading the G7’s working group on AI in healthcare. During her time at the Lab, she was responsible for the successful publication of two key reports on the evaluation of AI-enabled medical devices, and ways to develop and deploy AI-enabled medical devices across jurisdictions. She was also one of the authors the Lab’s open source AI Dictionary.
Prior to joining the NHS Transformation Directorate, she was Director of Research at Reform think tank, where she co-authored papers on AI in the NHS, the value of healthcare data, commercial models in healthcare and the regulation of data-driven technologies.
She is a member of the British Standards Institution and has sat on a few standards committees, most currently on the safe and ethical use of artificial intelligence in healthcare committee (BS30440). She is also part of One HealthTech, a grassroots community which seeks to promote diversity in healthtech.