An Evening of Impact: Women in STEM

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At this online event, you’ll hear from three PhD Women in STEM Scholars about their innovative research that’s tackling real-world problems.

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Here are the researchers joining us for an Evening of Impact:

  • Sam Hayward is completing a PhD in Mechanical Engineering, specialising in orthopaedic biomechanics and mechanical factors affecting lower back pain.
  • Leen Jabban is completing a PhD in Mechanical Engineering and is working to enable amputees to feel again by developing sensory feedback methods for upper-limb prostheses.
  • Dr Bethany Patenall is developing smart wound dressings that decontaminate bacterial infections by using cold atmospheric plasma – a form of lightning – which can be applied to the skin.

This event will be held on Zoom; you will receive the link and passcode to the event in your email conformation after you have registered.

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The University of Bath is a world class university in a world heritage city - a nurturing environment for enterprising minds.  

Our courses are designed to provide both rigorous intellectual challenge and real-world relevance, giving our students the opportunity to study with researchers who are leaders in their field.

Our vibrant campus - and location right on the edge of Bath - provide our community of over 15,000 undergraduate and postgraduate students with superb sporting, social and cultural opportunities.

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