Wednesday 28 March 2018 on Campus Drie Eiken
Building O, room O5
Start: 16:00 h. Reception at 17:15 h.
Entrance is free, but registration is mandatory (deadline 14 March)
Moderator: Roy Remmen - Chair Department of Primary and Interdisciplinary Care University of Antwerp
- Filip Lardon
Vice–rector University of Antwerp, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences
'The importance of knowledge about nature and health care for the university'
- Hans Van Dyck
Professor Behavioural Ecology and Conservation Group UCL
'What does biodiversity do to a human being?'
- Lasse Ruokolainen
Research fellow Academy of Finland & Hanski Ilkka Centre of Excellence Helsinki University
'The rich and the poor — why contact with microbial biodiversity is so important?'
Break: 16:30 u.
- Olaf Timmermans
HZ University of Applied Sciences, Lectoraat Healthy Region, functie Lector Healthy Region
'Crossing over to a Healthy Region'
- Hans Keune
Department of Primary and Interdisciplinary Care University of Antwerp; INBO, Belgian Biodiversity Platform
'What will the Chair do?'
- Paul Van Royen
Dean Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences University of Antwerp
'Health sciences, living environment and care: a challenging triplet for the faculty'
- Rik Röttger
Deputy Province of Antwerp
'The importance of the Chair for the Province of Antwerp'
Reception: 17:15 u.