As part of its development of new diagnostic and prognostic solutions for liver cancer, Ophiomics conducts research using data from patients, and conducts retrospective and prospective clinical studies. These all raise multiple ethics issues. We are happy to announce that Prof. Ana Sofia Carvalho is joining our Advisory Board as our Ethics Mentor. Prof. Carvalho isn Associate Professor of Bioethics at the Universidade Católica Portuguesa, leading its Bioethics Institute, and a member of the European Group on Ethics in Science and New Technologies (EGE). Her CV can be found here. We welcome her to the board of advisors of Ophiomics and look forward to working together.