Technical Visit to the School of Engineering, University of Liverpool - Biomedical Engineering
Date: Wednesday 07 November 2018
Location: Harrison Hughes Building, University of Liverpool, Brownlow Hill, Liverpool, UK
18:00 Refreshment and Networking
18:40 Essential Role of Biomechanics in Glaucoma Management - Professor Ahmed Elsheikh Dean of School of Engineering
19:05 Engineering of Antimicrobial Surfaces for Biomechanical Devices - Dr Raechelle D’Sa Senior Lecturer, School of Engineering
19:30 Laboratory Tours A and B
20:30 Q/A Session
Why you should attend
This event will present two projects at the forefront of biomedical engineering research. It will explore the challenges experienced in glaucoma management and the role played by biomedical engineers. It will give an insight into the development and application of a novel device to continuously monitor internal eye pressure for improved glaucoma management. The event will also explore the prevention of adhesion of bacteria on surfaces in order to address biofilm formation in the design of new therapeutics and antimicrobial surfaces.
Delegates will have the opportunity to take part in respective laboratory tours and demonstrations.
How to attend:
This event is free to both IET members and visitors.
Contacts: For more information, please contact: Ashkan Eliasy, firstname.lastname@example.org
Andrew Kaldos, email@example.com
Continued Professional Development
Car Parking: Chargeable visitor car parks available or on street parking spaces free from 6:00 p.m.