Elina Naydenova

Elina Naydenova is a biomedical engineer and data scientist working on global health challenges. After 5 years of academic research at the Oxford University and development of intelligent algorithms for diagnosis of respiratory conditions, Elina founded Feebris to deliver community-based diagnostics and monitoring for children and the elderly. The Feebris AI platform enables minimally trained users to capture and interpret important health information in order to identify disease early, monitor conditions in the community and support independent living.Elina has previously worked as a global health and innovation consultant for a number of organisations including the World Health Organisation and the Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship. Her work has been recognised by a number of international awards, including the Children’s Prize for Innovation and the Young Transatlantic Innovation Leaders Fellowship of the US Department of State.