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Bushra S.

Health Informatician | Full stack developer

Works remotely from London

  • 51.509648
  • -0.099076
  • Suggested rate £700 / day
  • Experience 7+ years
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Location and workplace preferences

London, England, United Kingdom
Remote only
Primarily works remotely


Business sector
  • Health & Wellness
  • Medical
  • Research
  • Tech
  • Digital & IT


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  • Arabic

    Native or bilingual

  • English

    Native or bilingual


Skills (7)

Bushra in a few words

My name is Bushra Siddiqi and I am a health informatician and clinical data analyst with a doctoral degree from Imperial College London. I specialise in optimising clinical care pathways using process mining and big data techniques. I have 20+ years of experience in coding and developing web solutions for the healthcare setting. I have extensive experience developing numerous web-based medical registries and other clinical decision support systems using ASP, PHP and SQL. I have coded in almost every third generation language. I have a bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Master's degree in Health Informatics and PhD in Health Informatics.




Co-Founder and CEO

London, UK

April 2020 - Today (2 years and 7 months)

Cogni.Dx Ltd. is a London-based startup company that provides early-stage diagnostic and long-term care solutions for neurological conditions. It has developed a unique digital diagnostic application, powered by proprietary Artificial Intelligence, for the early detection and diagnosis of all stages of dementia and pre-dementia (MCI) through an automated history taking and cognitive assessment process. The tool requires no clinical judgement and can be administered promptly at home by the patient and/or carer and later reviewed by a primary care physician. This vastly reduces the waiting period for a dementia diagnosis at the primary care level and distinguishes dementia from normal ageing and psychological disorders.


Entrepreneur In Residence

October 2019 - October 2020 (1 year)

A mission-led venture builder programme to add 5 quality years to later life. Selected from 600 most talented and motivated people in the world that can create a large-scale social impact as entrepreneurs and researchers. Chosen amongst the top 12 startups that hold the maximum potential to add 5 quality years to later life and improve longevity. Worked and trained closely with mentors and business professionals on the fundamentals of building startups and companies, specifically with a social impact.

Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Praed St, London W2 1NY, UK

November 2017 - July 2019 (1 year and 8 months)

Study: Digital Root Cause Analysis of Patient Safety Incidents in the NHS This novel study mapped the pathway patients take before and after an inpatient fall safety incident that helped in developing and validating fall risk assessments and constructing interventions to improve the quality of care. It involved accurate and extensive linking of the Cerner EHR to a safety incident reporting system (Datix) to find the national combined prevalence of inpatient falls and the mixed burden of harm through the intelligent analysis of ICD10 coded patient injuries and free-text, unstructured clinical notes.

King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Centre (Gen. Org.)

Head, Evidence-Based Decision Support Group

Riyadh Saudi Arabia

June 2010 - February 2013 (2 years and 8 months)

This section serves as the core unit to provide researchers, providers, patients and other policy makers the resources to facilitate the design, access and outcome of healthcare benefits, which successively makes improved evidence-based healthcare decisions through the use of advanced healthcare technologies and scientific evidence-based methodologies.

King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Centre (Gen. Org.)

Senior Technical Specialist, Technical Databases Core Facility

Riyadh Saudi Arabia

July 2000 - February 2013 (12 years and 7 months)

Design, administration and maintenance of technical web-based solutions and backend databases. Responsible for the development of clinical disease registries and administrative databases like: 1. Web-based Annual Statistical Reporting Application 2. Web-based Inventory Management System Application 3. Web-based National Epilepsy Registry 4. Web-based National Pre-marital Screening for Hereditary Blood diseases application 5. Research Center Financial Management and Accounting System 6. Web-based Rare Dental Disorders Registry 7. Research Center Training and Development CV Approval Assistant 8. Web-based Staff Satisfaction Survey with data projection using SuperSTAR Suite Skilled in the use of SuperSTAR Suite of products for providing a unique solution to the challenge of fast, confidentialized data tabulation, analysis, visualization and dissemination of large amounts of organizational data. SuperSTAR uses a unique approach to analytical processing and reporting through the application of column-based analytical technology and web-based dissemination in one integrated environment. Worked briefly in the area of mathematical modeling.

The University of British Columbia

Research Associate, Division of Neurology

Vancouver, BC, Canada

September 2005 - June 2007 (1 year and 9 months)

Developed an application to sort thousands of raw MRI images into appropriate directories based on header information, and batch convert the raw GE Genesis proprietary format files into ANALYZE format readable by a DICOM viewer. Analyzed the whole brain volumetric on MRI brain images for individuals enrolled in a clinical study, to determine whether the MRI images taken during different intervals of this longitudinal study can determine progression of brain atrophy in cognitively impaired not demented (CIND) individuals who subsequently progress to Dementia.

New Horizons Computer Learning Center - Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Computer Science Instructor

Riyadh 11564, Saudi Arabia

January 1999 - January 2000 (1 year)

Responsibilities included:
• Instruction and translation of the Microsoft Office Suite from English to Arabic
• Preparation and correction of tests / reviews for the students
• Practical computer lab work for the students