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New ways of detecting and treating infection in respiratory disease

Academic Health Science Centre (AHSC) seminar series - New ways of detecting and treating infection in respiratory disease

New technologies are increasingly being utilised in the medical field to detect and treat diseases. In this seminar, two leading experts will discuss how they are using different technologies and approaches to detect and treat respiratory infection. 




Date


Tuesday 25 July 2017


Time


12 noon


Lunch will be served following the seminar


Venue


Seminar rooms 1 and 2 (located near Sydney Wing coffee shop)

Royal Brompton Hospital

Sydney Street

London 

SW3 6NP


All are welcome to attend.


Register your interest online or contact ahsc.news@imperial.ac.uk.



Speakers


Pantelis Georgiou is a reader in biomedical microelectronics at Imperial College London within the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering. His talk will focus on development and use of microchip technologies and diagnostics, developed at Imperial College London, for the detection of infection and antimicrobial resistance.

 

Jane Davies is a professor in paediatric respirology and experimental medicine at Imperial College London and an honorary consultant in paediatric respiratory medicine at the Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust. She will outline her clinical research on detecting and treating infection in cystic fibrosis patients.



Royal Brompton

Sydney Street,
London SW3 6NP
Tel: +44 (0)20 7352 8121

Harefield