First BOVA Open Network Meeting

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Date and time: 
Wednesday, 28 March 2018 (All day)

The BOVA Network will be holding its first Open Network Meeting on Wednesday 28 March at University College London.

The meeting, held in partnership with RSTMH, will be a forum to present research findings and initiatives, and network with like-minded individuals.

The meeting will include presentations on:

  • The link between the built environment and vector-borne diseases
  • The policy environment including Sustainable Development Goals and New Urban Agenda
  • Innovations and interventions in the built environment - Financing for affordable housing

Confirmed speakers include:

  • Jakob Knudsen, Head of School of Architecture, The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Denmark
  • Graham Alabaster, UNHABITAT, currently on loan to WHOs Department for Public Health and Environment
  • Lucy Tusting, Big Data Institute, Oxford University
  • Olaf Horstick, University of Heidelberg, Germany
  • Mehrnaz Ghojeh, UCL Department of Science, Technology, Engineering and Public Policy
  • Ebrima Jatta, Medical Research Council, The Gambia

Download the full programme.

Venue: Roberts Building (Engineering), Sir David Davies Lecture Theatre, University College London, London 

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