“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 where for the first time in WEM history, we’re hosting #VirtualWEM20 a virtual conference on Saturday 17th & Sunday 18th October 2020 – so you can be inspired from the comfort of your sofa (or, frankly, from wherever in the world you can get online). Book your place today!