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Health Technologies Poster Exhibition and Lunch Event

poster exhibition event
12:00 - 14:00
19 February 2014
Building 85/Level 7 (The Observatory)

For more information regarding this event, please email Luke Goater at .

Event details

Posters showcasingSouthampton's best interdisciplinary research into new technologies to improve quality of life and address the global challenges facing us in healthcare

This is an excellent opportunity for networking over an enjoyable buffet lunch whilst being inspired by our exhibition. These interdisciplinary projects demonstrate the breadth of our work and the range of our collaborations across the university and with external partners.

There will be a welcome from Professor Jane Burridge, Chair of the Health Technologies USRG and a brief introduction from Professors Martin Browne and Richard Oreffo.

We will be selecting the 5 best posters submitted and asking each author to give a 3-minute pitch about the work. A prize will be awarded for the best pitch!

As well as the posters and lunch you will also have the opportunity to see a new wearable movement monitoring system called 'Physilog'. There will be a talk and demonstration of this technology in Building 45 immediately after the event.

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We collaborate with electronic, control, signal processing  and design engineers; psychologists and industrial partners to develope technologies for measurement and therapy, including: rehabilitation
Restorative neuroscience

Come to our poster exhibition and lunch event and discover great opportunities for collaborative research in health technologies at the University of Southampton

Professor Jane Burridge - Professor of restorative neuroscience

Speaker information

Professor Jane Burridge,Professor of restorative neuroscience

Professor Martin Browne,Professor of Applied Biomaterials

Professor Richard Oreffo,Professor of Musculoskeletal Science

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