UW Global Innovation Seminar Series
Fulbright Scholar and UW BME Alumna

Hannah Lider Presents

Would you be interested in sharing your Fulbright research or teaching experiences? Let’s talk!

Our first featured speaker is biomedical engineer Hannah Lider, who recently returned from her Fulbright program year in India, where she worked on the development of a medical device for low-resource settings. Hannah will discuss the impact of language proficiency and the importance of contextual awareness in the realm of global medical innovation. More about Hannah’s background is below.

The talk will take place on the 3rd floor of the Discovery Building on the UW-Madison campus (330 N. Orchard St.) next Tuesday, December 10th at 5:00 p.m.

If you, like Hannah, have a story to tell about your Fulbright experience, please attend and we can discuss your availability.  If you cannot attend, please reach out – we’d love to hear your ideas. We hope to see you next Tuesday!

-Fulbright Association – Wisconsin Chapter Board of Directors

Email: wisconsin@fulbright.org

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More about Hannah:

Hannah Lider graduated from UW’s BME program in 2018 with certificates in International Engineering and South Asian Studies. After her first internship in Bangalore in 2015, she was hooked on the idea of combining technical knowledge and cultural competencies to solve medical problems in a global context. She began studying Hindi in 2015 and continued through the 8th semester level at UW with support from the Critical Language Scholarship Program in 2016. She participated in two consecutive summers of the Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowship in Jaipur, India which empowered her use of Hindi while on Fulbright. Her Fulbright work revolved around the development of a new hemoglobin measurement device for remote clinical settings in collaboration with the outstanding non-profit, Barefoot College. When Hannah is not speaking Hindi or doing medical research, you can find her riding her motorcycle, playing ukulele, or pampering the street dog she brought home from India.