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Biomedical Engineering Stakeholder Forum


Friday 7th July 2023 - 9.00am - 3.00pm - Location: The Slate, University of Warwick

About the event:

The Warwick School of Engineering event will bring together key stakeholders from across academia, industry and our clinical partners, to explore opportunities for collaborative working.

Attendees will hear about our current partnerships and innovative research, as well as having opportunities for networking and fostering collaboration.

Representatives from Warwick Biomedical Engineering Institute and the Warwick Health Global Research Priority will present on research from both the School of Engineering and the wider university, on biomedical engineering advances.

Registration is essential - please complete the registration form today.

09.00 Registration, refreshments and networking  
09.30 Welcome and overview of the day  
09:40 Warwick BMEI (Biomedical Engineering Institute) - Prof. Christopher James  
10:00 Zimmer & Peacock - Biosensors  
10:20 Sensors in Biomedical Engineering - Prof. James Covington and Arctech Innovation  

Metrology for metallomics – discovering the roles of metals in brain disorders

- Prof. Joanna Collingwood
11:00 Refreshments  
11:20 Prolimb and the Gait Lab - Dr Neil Evans, Prof. Mike Chappell and UHCW  
11:40 GSK and AZ Collaborations - Prof. Mike Chappell and James Yates  
12:00 Frugal engineering: medical devices for low-resource settings - Dr Davide Piaggio and Dr Madison Moon (WHO)  
12:20 Developing and evaluating measurement of physiotherapy exercises using smartphone sensors - Dr Mark Elliott (WMG) with EQL Ltd  
12:40 Lunch with networking and posters  
13:35 Hearing Aid Development - Prof. Nigel Stocks  
13:55 THz in vivo sensing: real world applications - Dr Arturo Hernandez  
14:15 Protective Mechanical Ventilation - Dr Sina Saffaran  
14:35 Biotechnology - Dr Alex Darlington  
15:00 Event close  
  Drinks and networking will be available after the formal close of the event