Cyril Uteh is a Research Assistant at the Innovation Observatory. His roles include monitoring new and emerging health technologies and writing technology briefings to identify, track and report on promising health innovations currently in development.
Cyril’s background is in microbiology and public health. He has over seven years of experience working in the field and within a public health laboratory as a monitoring and evaluation officer, laboratory analyst, health educator and non-profit lead.
He holds multiple Masters-level qualifications in Public Health (from University College Dublin and the University of Edinburgh), Governance and Leadership in European Public Health (from Maastricht University), and Pharmaceutical Microbiology (from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria). Cyril was awarded his BSc in Microbiology from the University of Port Harcourt (Nigeria).
Cyril has a special interest in evidence synthesis and health technology assessment, and the use of evidence and technologies to improve health outcomes and minimise inequalities in health.