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Seminar - Realising the health potential through sustainable built environment designs

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All are invited to the MRC Epidemiology Seminar:

Realising the health potential through sustainable built environment designs

Dr Ronita Bardhan, Department of Architecture, University of Cambridge

This hybrid seminar will be held in MRC Epidemiology Unit meeting rooms 1 and 2, Institute of Metabolic Science, Cambridge Biomedical Campus, and online.

To register to attend this seminar in person, please sign up at:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/realising-the-health-potential-through-sustainable-built-environment-tickets-450475362937

Free registration to join this seminar online at:

https://mrc-epid.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJAtf-yupzIoG9GRwHyBpnwZY-4EJ1WY_1WL

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

About Dr Bardhan Dr Ronita Bardhan is an architectural engineer and urban studies educator, with a PhD in urban engineering. She believes that data-driven intelligence of built environments can effectively address sustainability goals and policies. Her research is in the niche sector of the sustainable built environment to inform health and energy decisions in the changing climate and low-income communities. Bardhan uses data-driven methods that couples architectural engineering, AI and machine learning with social sciences to provided built environment solutions for health in resources constraint societies. Her tractable research informs demand-side design solutions using digital tools which positively affects well-being, energy security, and gender equality while entailing fewer environmental risks. Bardhan works in Slum Rehabilitation (social) housing (in India, Indonesia, Ethiopia, South Africa and Brazil).

This talk is part of the MRC Epidemiology and CEDAR Seminars series.

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