The ANU Our Health in Our Hands (OHIOH) strategic initiative aims to transform healthcare by developing new personalised health technologies and solutions in collaboration with patients, clinicians and health care providers.
The 2020 OHIOH symposium will present the progress of current projects, an outlook on future research, and patient & healthcare provider insight.
The symposium will present the progress of current OHIOH projects, an outlook on future research, and patient and healthcare provider insights.
The OHIOH team, comprised of engineers, physicists, chemists, computer scientists, health services researchers, social scientists, healthcare professionals, and people living with diabetes and multiple sclerosis, will present an overview of the research progress to date, and an outlook on future research and perspectives.
The symposium will also feature insights into interactions between researchers, healthcare professionals, and patients.
As one of the key speakers, Associate Professor Rohan Essex will talk about future ACT Health perspectives.
Moreover, two panel discussions will add interesting insights into PhD research (Panel 1: multidisciplinary PhD research; Panel 2: to go wide or to go deep in research).
OHIOH PhD students will be presenting their research in a poster session hosted in a virtual room, with a best poster award available to win.