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Digital Health Devices
20th June 2014, 12:00pm – 7:00pm
Organised in partnership with
- Archeology Lecture Theatre G6 - UCL
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This summer, the Festival of Digital Health is proud to be co-organising the “Digital Health Devices” day with the Institute of Biomedical Engineering, on Friday 20th June. The event features as part of the IBME’s MedTech Week 2014, which showcases medical technology/innovations and biomedical engineering across UCL. You can find more information on the MedTech pages – TBA shortly
The aim of the day is to:
- Showcase some of the work going on in digital health devices across UCL – a look at some ways in which the data gathered from medical devices can be used at home or in a clinical setting.
- Medical devices as a gateway to useful patient data and how this can best be analysed/utilised (raising questions around data formats/ unsupervised monitoring/ linkage/ validation).
- Perspective of this area from representatives of the hospitals themselves – UCL Partners.
- Examples from Industry and small companies of their work.
- Goal to bring academics, clinicians and industry together offering an opportunity for networking.
The event is being co-organised by the IBME and the Festival for Digital Health.
The Digital Health Devices day will be followed by a drinks reception at the South Cloisters from 5:30 – 7 pm, providing an opportunity for networking.
Registration, pastries and coffee - 30 minutesStarts: 12:00pm Ends: 12:30pm Speaker:
Opening Speech - 10 minutesStarts: 12:30pm Ends: 12:40pm Speaker: Quentin Pankhurst
Optical neuroimaging of infants in Africa - 20 minutesStarts: 12:40pm Ends: 1:00pm Speaker: Clare Elwell
Analog healthcare information technology - 20 minutesStarts: 1:00pm Ends: 1:20pm Speaker: Parashkev Nachev
Nonlinear Model Based Control and Automation for Personalised Haemodialysis - 20 minutesStarts: 1:20pm Ends: 1:40pm Speaker: Vivek Dua
Seeing what they see: compensating for cortical visual dysfunction in Alzheimer’s disease - 20 minutesStarts: 1:40pm Ends: 2:00pm Speaker: Keir Yong
Mathematical Modelling & Medical Devices: Examples and New Developments in Personalised and Digital Healthcare - 25 minutesStarts: 2:10pm Ends: 2:35pm Speaker: Vanessa Diaz
Exploratory study of a novel home-based treatment for amblyopia - 20 minutesStarts: 2:35pm Ends: 2:55pm Speaker: Manuela Bossi
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