Thanks to everyone that came out to last week’s symposium! We had three wonderful talks by Dr. Jim Collins, Dr. Lisa Hirschhorn, and Ting Shih, followed by a lively discussion moderated by Dr. Beverly Brown, and ended with a networking reception and poster presentations. Congratulations to our poster winners (George Daaboul, Nga Ho, and Anna Young), and special thanks to everyone else that presented their work! Check out pictures from the event below. And keep an eye out for future seminars!
We have three great speakers coming from engineering, public health, and business backgrounds, along with a panel session and poster & networking social hour. RSVP today! Furthermore, tell us about your work and interests by submitting a poster! Cash prizes go to the top three. Click here or the links on the right for more details.
The site has a new look, but same content, for easier reading. Also, we’re currently preparing for a Fall symposium, with a panel discussion, posters, and prizes, along with our regular seminar format. Stay tuned!
Our last meeting of the semester will be held at BUMC! Many thanks to BUSPH for hosting the event!
Where: CT462/A (801 Massachusetts Ave)
When: 4:30pm-6:30pm (refreshments served at 4:15pm)
Who: Clark Freifeld on the development of a global real-time disease outbreak monitoring system (HealthMap.org)
Check it out!
Dr. Deborah Anderson on the design of topical microbicides for controling STDs (BU School of Medicine, Obstetrics/Gynecology and Microbiology)
Tobacco plants offer great promise for fast, low-cost antibody production. Photo by David Hoffman
Dr. Muhammad Zaman on the Indigenous Innovation and Biomedical Engineering Education in Sub Saharan Africa (BU Biomedical Engineering)
Make Development Part of the Equation (Huffington Post Article)
Our next meeting is in two weeks on a THURSDAY this time! Many thanks to the Global Health & Development Club and School of Management for co-hosting this episode.
Where: 203 ERB, 44 Cummington St, Boston University Biomedical Engineering Department
When: THURSDAY, March, 29 4:30p pm to 6:30pm (refreshments at 4:15p)
– Amy Canham, BU Biomedical Engineering, on solar-powered technology for respiratory health
– Elizabeth Johansen, Director of Product Development at Design that Matter, on successfully bringing products to market in the developing world with a focus on Project Firefly phototherapy for jaundiced infants
– Dr. Andrew Schiermeier, Chief Executive Officer of Medicine in Need (MEND),on developing and manufacturing affordable vaccines and therapies focusing on TB, malaria and HIV