My name is Fortune Andero. As a recent graduate in Biomedicine from the University of East Anglia, I am deeply passionate about exploring the use of data-driven approaches to tackle pressing issues in healthcare, particularly addressing implicit bias. My academic journey has equipped me with a solid foundation in biological sciences, research methodologies, and data analysis techniques.

I am excited about the opportunity to contribute to innovative projects that use the power of data to promote health equity and address disparities in healthcare delivery.

Looking ahead, I want this internship experience to deepen my understanding of health data research methodologies and expand my skills in data analysis and interpretation. By actively engaging in meaningful projects during this internship, I aim to contribute to tangible outcomes that reduce implicit bias in research and improve healthcare delivery for underserved communities. Ultimately, I aspire to become an advocate for health equity, utilising my expertise to drive positive change and promote inclusive healthcare practices in the future.