Liliane joined Oxford Science Enterprises in December 2019, bringing over a decade of experience across genetics research and digital innovation in health systems.
At OSE, Liliane focuses on uncovering early-stage ideas and building new businesses at the intersection of healthcare and technology.
Previously, Liliane worked for the World Health Organization, evaluating technologies to improve access to care in indigenous and refugee communities, and co-ordinating global guidance for the use of digital health in diabetes, hypertension and smoking cessation.
As a Global Health Policy Fellow at Imperial College London, she advised on the reform of undergraduate medical education in Myanmar. As Deputy Head of the NHS/Foreign Office joint unit for the UK Prosperity Fund, Liliane led on a global strategy to facilitate exchange of technology and healthcare best practices with countries in Latin America, Africa and Southeast Asia.
Liliane completed her PhD in Human Genetics at the University of Oxford as a Canadian Rhodes Scholar.