A WE-Spark Think Tank will provide an overview of three projects seeking input on Friday, Aug. 6.
Do you like to discuss new ideas? Solve problems? Make new connections? Then WE-Spark Think Tanks are for you.
The Aug. 6 event will begin with an update on local health research activities and new funding opportunities, followed by an overview of three projects that are looking for creative input and breakout sessions:
- Re-Imagining Health Justice in Windsor Essex
Tess Sheldon, University of Windsor, Faculty of Law
- Clinical Diagnostics using Processing, Extraction, and Detection of Biomedical Signals
Esam Abdel-Raheem, University of Windsor, Electrical and Computer Engineering
- Developing Health Related Mobility Innovations to Build a Connected and Sustainable City
Tom Schnekenburger, University of Windsor, Data and Mobility Science
Matthew Johnson, Invest Windsor-Essex
WE-Spark Health Institute hosts the bi-monthly sessions, open to everyone.
Click here to register for the August event, which will run 1 to 3:30 p.m.