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Welcome to the Science Summit at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA77)

Please Register by clicking HERE

Registration is free of charge. You can register yourself and also other colleagues (up to 10 people).

After you have registered, you will receive two emails: one from Eventbrite with your ticket, and 15 min later, one from SCHED inviting you to create your username and password (these will be your  SCHED login details to access the conference each time).

Once you have your SCHED login details, you can select the session(s) you would like to attend and be able to see the ZOOM link to join your selected sessions.

All times in the AGENDA are New York Local (Eastern Daylight Time (EDT)). To view times in another time zone, please use the "Timezone" box located below on the right.
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Brian Li Han Wong

The International Digital Health & AI Research Collaborative (I-DAIR)
Scientific Community Manager
Born in Malaysia and raised in Canada, Brian is public health specialist and multidisciplinary researcher interested in digital health, global health governance, immunisation/vaccination policy, and youth engagement.
Brian’s long-standing passion for meaningful youth engagement in global health led him to found LonWHO, the UK’s first Model WHO simulation, at LSHTM in 2017. He also founded UK Model WHO, the first unified structure for Model WHO simulations in the UK which provides global health policy, advocacy, and diplomacy training for students and young professionals around the world.
Brian comes to I-DAIR from The Lancet & Financial Times Commission on Governing Health Futures 2030: Growing up in a digital world. He has previously worked as a surveillance epidemiologist, supporting Public Health England’s Immunisation and Countermeasures Division in its national COVID-19 surveillance efforts as well as Programme Manager of the “Outbreak!” strand of UCL’s annual Global Citizenship Programme.
Since concluding his doctoral studies in cardiovascular science at UCL, Brian has gone on to complete a social innovation fellowship from Year Here, diplomatic training from the European Academy of Diplomacy, and Harvard Medical School’s Global Clinical Scholars Research Training program. He also holds an MSc in epidemiology from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and a B.Sc (Hons.) in biomedical science with a minor in music from the University of Ottawa.