13 Jul Space Exploration: The Final Frontier of Healthcare
Come along to the exciting 3rd xHorizons event of the academic year. This time, we’re going for something a little more ‘out there’, a little more unique, but still just as fantastically interesting.
We’ll be tackling the final frontier in healthcare: Space.
How do we get up there? How does zero G affect our physiology? Is space-flu going to get us all? And are these things we’ll need to know in the next 100 years? Come and hear some of the UK’s leading minds on space technology and the limits of human health speak at our 3rd and final event before the MedX conference in March.
Tickets are £1 only. Get them here – http://xspace.eventbrite.co.uk Tickets will sell out fast due to the popularity of the topic, so get them soon!
1) Dr Daniel Grant, Aerospace Development Director for CASE medicine – “Challenges of Healthcare Delivery in Zero Gravity”
2) Dr Rochelle Velho, UK Space Environments Association, Mars Analog Mission – “The Mars Analogue Mission”
3) Professor Colin McInnes, James Watt Chair, Professor of Engineering Science – “Setting ‘Sail’ for Orbit”