May 27-28, 2024
The conference will address applied and fundamental questions related to the nexus of water, humanity, and the environment. Invited talks by renowned speakers will discuss cutting-edge research, related challenges, and future directions, as well as implications for policy makers.
The summit will also include round-table discussions with the active participation of the audience.
This summit will cover four main topics related to water security in a changing world:
Prof. Amy J. Pickering
The Blum Center Distinguished Chair in Global Poverty and Practice, jointly appointed in Civil and Environmental Engineering and the Blum Center for Developing Economies at the University of California, Berkeley.
A Chan Zuckerberg Biohub Investigator and winner of the NSF early CAREER Award.
Fields of Research
Dr. Pickering’s lab leverages advanced tools in molecular microbiology to better understand how to interrupt environmental transmission pathways of enteric pathogens and drug resistant bacteria in high-disease burden settings. Her lab also designs and evaluates novel water and sanitation technologies and interventions to reduce infectious disease, with a focus on products that minimize the user burden for adoption.
Researchers who would like to share their studies are welcome to submit an abstract for a poster session.
Please register for the Water Summit before submitting your abstract.
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