“Why do we use Analog Missions? Analog missions prepare us for near-term and future exploration to asteroids, Mars, and the Moon” – NASA
Ever wondered what it would be like to live on the Moon or Mars, or 220 miles above the Earth on the International Space Station? Then our 2019 #WEM19 workshop was for you!
Clinical Fellow Carol Dangoisse joined us to discuss her time as a Research MD for ESA at Concordia station in Antarctica for DC13. Delegates were able to join Carole on Day 1 of the World Extreme Medicine Conference as she talked about her mission during the thirteenth winter-over, including the triumphs and challenges, the increasing relevance of analog missions as space exploration continues to grow in popularity, as well as the future of such endeavours.
Who: Carol Dangoisse
What: ‘Space Analogues, How to Launch your Space Medicine Career!’
When: Day 1 (Saturday 23rd November)
Join us this year for one of the most energetic and unique networks in the universe and be part of the world’s greatest gathering of extreme medics and thought-leaders; dedicated to inspiring and sharing medical knowledge with you. Book your place today!