Ruth has worked as an honorary research associate at the UCL Institute of Health Informatics. She is a co-founder of Black in Data, an organization that advocates for Black people in data science.
Ruth has also worked to develop Scotland’s AI supported electronic health record, which works by finding factors affecting the innovations of patient care.
Ruth earned an undergraduate bachelor of science degree in biomedical informatics from St. George’s Medical School at the University of London. She then achieved a master’s degree in health informatics from City University and then a doctorate degree in digital health informatics at the University of Glasgow.