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Mina Maallah

Mina Maallah

Mina Maallah

Clinical Research Fellow - Outbreak Pathogen Vaccines

Dr. Mina Maallah (MBChB, MSc. Public Health)

Mina started working at the Pandemic Science Institute, Oxford University this month and is looking forward to enjoy this journey and gain more experience from working with this team.

She graduated from the College of Medicine, University of Baghdad in 2013 and completed her foundation training in Iraq. In 2016, she travelled to the United Kingdom and joined the Master of Public Health Program at City, University of London from which she graduated with Distinction in 2017.

In 2019, she obtained a full registration from the General medical Council with a license to practice. Since then, she has served in various roles in the National Health Service which allowed her to work at different settings including inpatients’ and outpatients’ departments as well as the Clinical Research Facility at Northwick Park Hospital which is part of the Northwest London Clinical Trial Alliances at which she served in several clinical trials focusing on COVID-19 and infectious diseases. Those roles gave her the opportunity to collaborate with multidisciplinary teams and different organizations, develop her clinical, communications and leadership skills and work on local and national audits.

Mina has published her own study on barriers impeding early detection of breast cancer in a LMIC and has been cited as a co-author in the Lancet and Journal of Infectious Diseases. She has also presented at local and international conferences.

In June, 2023 Mina joined the NIHR ARC Leadership Improvement Fellowship and is currently working on a service improvement and evaluation project focusing on improving access to maternal and child health services among the disadvantageous communities in Northwest London.

Her aim is to complete a PhD in Public health to seek an academic career path with an interest in tackling health inequalities in the underserved communities.