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Ashleigh Cheyne

Ashleigh Cheyne

Ashleigh Cheyne

Public Engagement Officer

Ashleigh is the Public Engagement Officer for ERGO (Epidemic Diseases Research Group Oxford). She  organises and facilitates patient and public engagement and involvement (PPIE) activities for the group. These include supporting a community advisory board and community organisations for the mpox clinical trial called PLATINUM. She has a particular interest in outbreak-related stigma and is supervising work with several communities in Europe, Africa, and Asia to investigate outbreak-related stigma.

Before joining the team, Ashleigh completed her PhD in multi-omics approaches to investigate mycobacterium tuberculosis infection at Imperial College London.

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