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Harriet Teare

Programme Director, UK SPINE

Harriet is the Programme Director for the UK SPINE, a knowledge exchange initiative focused on improving healthspan (healthy life years) through drug discovery, improving treatment of multimorbidity. She is a multidisciplinary researcher interested in the future of healthcare, in a system that focuses on health rather than disease management. Harriet originally trained as a chemist at the University of Oxford, before embarking on a career at the interface between research and policy, first at Cancer Research UK, then as an empirical researcher, then Deputy Director, at the Centre for Health, Law and Emerging Technologies (HeLEX) (University of Oxford), and most recently as a Research Leader at RAND Europe (an independent not-for-profit research organisation). Her research explores how new technologies make health more accessible, while ensuring no one gets left behind.