Faculty of
Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology

10 October 2014 12:00pm to 1:45pm


The Long Room
Customs House
​Brisbane Q 4000


Registrations for this event are now closed

For many of us we are living longer, healthier more prosperous lives. Yet much of our world continues to be confronted by unsafe and unsanitary living conditions, disease and epidemic that kill millions each year.

At UQ's Faculty of Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology (EAIT), our work is playing an important role in building a better, healthier and safer world – for us all. Discover how our world-class, cutting-edge research is transforming the health of society through innovative leaders in the field:

Professor Stuart Crozier - Clunies Ross Award winner for substantial engineering contribution to MRI technology.
Professor Darren Martin - Innovation in improved cardiac technology.
Professor Mark Kendall - Inventor of the Nanopatch, needle-free vaccine delivery.
Mr Elliot Smith - Creator of medical device Pepster, aiming to help children manage the life-threatening disorder cystic fibrosis.

So why not enjoy a lunch hour with a difference, and hear from some pioneering researchers who are making a difference on a global scale, whilst connecting with fellow alumni?

Register now to secure your spot at the inaugural ‘EAIT Leadership Lunch’ – the first in a series to be rolled out across 2015. Please note registration is essential.

Go to the event website for further details.

We look forward to welcoming you to this alumni and friends event!