Phoebe Li is a Senior Lecturer in Law and the Deputy Director of the Sussex Centre for Information Governance and Regulation (CIGR, @SussCIGR) at Sussex University in the UK. As an international academic, Phoebe has been working with multi-jurisdictional colleagues on crosscutting issues in science and technology regulation, including digital health and bio-law. Phoebe has been actively engaging in multi-stakeholder dialogues and consulted by national governments and international organisations including the WHO, WIPO, UK Parliament, the EU Parliament, UKIPO, and the Taiwan Food and Drug Administration (TFDA).
Phoebe is currently working on the UKRI/EPSRC regulating Trustworthy autonomous system (TAS, @tas_governance) project with a focus on AI used in vehicles, health and social care. She is Co-investigator in the Biomodifying technologies projects (@BioModTech, ESRC and BioGov, Leverhulme), examining the emerging regulatory landscape of gene editing, iPSC and 3D bioprinting. She is the Principal Investigator for the EPSRC funded project on mass customisation governance in 3D bioprinting. Phoebe has been working in multidisciplinary teams in the Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) ‘CHNUK’ project (funded by the UK MRC). She supports the WHO’s work on developing the WHO, FAO, OIE’s Tripartite Tool for AMR legislation.