A joint symposium between the Faculty of Engineering, and the Institute for Global Health
How the two fields of engineering and global health combine to come up with smart solutions to world health problems
How hi-tech & low-tech innovations can be adapted to developing country settings – and what can be achieved with a bar of soap and a piece of string!
The evening will give an exciting insight into what can happen when the worlds of engineering and health combine forces, to the benefit of all.
Followed by a drinks reception
Professor Anthony Costello, Director Institute for Global Health
Professor Quentin Pankhurst, Director Institute of Biomedical Engineering
Professor Clare Elwell, Department of Medical Physics and Bioengineering
Professor Nick Tyler, Department of Civil, Environmental & Geomatic Engineering
Dr Edward Fottrell, Institute for Global Health
Registration – from 4.30pm
Symposium Starts – 5.00pm
Panel & Audience Discussion – 5.30-6.30pm