GLOW Conference 2019: Cross the Divide

When: 10th September 2019
Venue: King's College London, The Great Hall, Strand Campus, Strand, London, WC2R 2LS
Cost: £114 (last booking date: 22nd Aug 2019)

Tuesday 10th September & Wednesday 11th September
King's College London

The Global Women's (GLOW) Research Society is a society for academics and postgraduate students engaged in global maternal, newborn, child and reproductive health. The GLOW conference provides an opportunity to share work, build collaborations and hear updates from prominent international speakers.

10th September Theme: Infrastucture
The day begins with registration at 10:15 and ends with welcome drinks and dinner at 17:30. The keynote speaker is Marleen Temmerman, a Belgian gynaecologist, professor and former Senator, currently heading the Centre of Excellence in Women and Child Health at Aga Khan University, Nairobi, Kenya. There will also be round table discussions and poster presentations.

11th September Theme: Next Generation Leadership - Opportunities Now, What Next?
The day begins at 8:30 with a welcome address from Karen Edmond, Professor of Child Health. There will be a panel discussion and presentation. The keynote speaker is Esperança Sevene, a Lecturer of Pharmacology and Therapeutics in the Faculty of Medicine, at Eduardo Mondlane University in Mozambique.

We hope to have an AIMS stand at this event.

Tickets for the conference must be booked by 22nd August. For more information and to book, please visit https://www.glowconference.org/

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