Policy Fellow, Centre for Science and Policy
Crispin is researching the potential of diagnostic tests that use Artificial Intelligence to address inequalities in low resource/self-pay healthcare communities. New technology in data acquisition and data analysis can drive significantly lower test costs. Greater affordability offers the potential for more, and earlier, diagnosis – a key predictor of outcomes. Improved diagnostic accuracy can also reduce potentially costly and redundant therapy. Crispin is a former Medical Technology company CEO and Director in three UK government departments. His last position was as West of India: Deputy High Commissioner and South Asia: Trade Commissioner, based in Mumbai, India. He is a trustee of OSCAR International - supporting gender equity and young leader programmes around football, in low income communities in Mumbai.