Maxine’s research uses novel analytics approaches and routinely collected data from electronic health records to potentially revolutionise our ability to predict dementia. She is an advocate of digital health approaches and maintains that data analysis has the potential to transform traditional approaches to healthcare – instead of waiting for people to get sick and treating them, we can anticipate health risks and avoid them.

By day Maxine works on her PhD in dementia and data science at UCL. By night she’s the Co-Founder of One HealthTech, the network she founded to support women and others from diverse backgrounds to build careers in health innovation. Her professional work has led her to the Royal Society, Roche, L’Oréal, the Department for International Development and the NHS.