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Kaitlyn Sadtler, Ph. D. joined NIBIB as an Earl Stadtman Tenure-Track Investigator and Chief of the Section for Immunoengineering in 2019. Prior to her arrival to the NIH, she completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology with Daniel Anderson, Ph.

Sessions

30/03/2022
02.50 - 03.15
DEWA Hall
New generation technologies are generated through the pioneering integration of different paradigms, expertise and skillsets. For example, in the field of cutting-edge engineering, experts design, prototype, tinker, quantify and look for the weak spots where solutions can be made. In the area of immunology, scientists investigate, question, think and discover. Combining different fields as a ‘Whole-of-Science’ approach is imperative for innovations which detect and treat a broad range of diseases. New applications can meet the dynamics of a VUCA world of health and healthcare, alongside advancements in digital capabilities.