Welcome to Diagnostics and the Developing World
The conference has now ended thanks to all of you who were present throughout and made it such a great event. We look forward to seeing you at the next one in 2019. Date and venue to be announced. For now you can enjoy some photos of the last event.
Congratulations to the poster prize winner:
1st Place: Dr Thomas Edwards from the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine for his poster on Dengue and Chikungunya Coinfections in Guatemala.
2nd Place: Mark Harrison, St. George’s University of London
3rd Place: Candice Keane, London Centre for Nanotechnology & Division of Medicine, UCL.
A conference series that brings together clinicians, academics, epidemiologists, engineers and key stakeholders who have a keen interest in the area of diagnostics for the developing world. This conference will form collaborations between a unique group of stakeholders from across the globe to tackle the key issues and challenges being faced, such as the slow pace of diagnostic development, regulatory approval and technology adoption bottlenecks.
Be inspired, make collaborations and stay curious.
Organised by: Brunel University London, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, St. George’s University of London, UCL, eSTI2 and i-sense