Dr AlICE WILLIAMSON
Alice E Williamson is a chemist, lecturer and science communicator based at The University of Sydney. Alice is an open scientist and her research focuses on SCOPE (Science Communication, Outreach, Participation and Education), Alice’s research aims to connect people with science. She is an innovator in citizen science and outreach and she is part of the Open Source Malaria (OSM) consortium.
ProFESSOR MATTHEW TODD
Mat Todd is Chair of Drug Discovery at University College London. Mat has a significant interest in open science, and how it may be used to accelerate research, with particular emphasis on open source discovery of new medicines. He founded and currently leads the Open Source Malaria (OSM) and Open Source Mycetoma (MycetOS) consortia, and is a founder of a broader Open Source Pharma movement.
Jose Gomez-Marquez leads the Little Devices Lab at MIT as part of the International Design Center, the MIT Institute for Medical Engineering and Science and the the Harvard-MIT Program in Health Sciences and Technology. The group aims to lower barriers to medical prototyping by bringing the worlds of health and making together.