Rice360’s 12th annual Global Health Technologies Design Competition
Finalists present at Virtual Competition Finale 

9:00am to 10:30am CST 

Presentations (NATIONAL)

2022  |  Neonatology Epidemiology Conference
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston MA

2020  |  “Non-electric Infant Warmer to complement skin to skin care.”
AR Hansen, E Nahimana, A Gadgil. CUGH Conference, Washington DC (published as e-book due to COVID 19).

2019  |  “Non-electric Infant Warmer to complement skin to skin care.”
AR Hansen. NEST 360 Presentation, RICE University, Houston TX.

2017  |  “Infant Warmer Project: An Inexpensive, re-usable, non-electric innovation for neonatal care.”
AR Hansen, E Nahimana. Saving Lives at Birth Development Change. Washington, DC.

2017  |  “Non-electric Infant Warmer.”
AR Hansen. ICV Investing in African Health Systems. New York, NY.

Presentations (INTERNATIONAL)

2022 – Key note speaker at Global Summit on Pediatrics and Neonatology” focus: “The Future Innovation of Pediatrics and Neonatology”
Paris, France

2020 – Improving Newborn Care in Rwanda, Neonatal Hypothermia and Medical Device Innovation.
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. London England

2018 – Dream Infant Warmer and OPENPediatrics Rwanda National Neonatal Protocol Curriculum.
Rwanda Ministry of Health Neonatology Stakeholder Meeting. Kigali, Rwanda.

2018 – Hypothermia Prevention and Treatment: The Role of a Non-electric Infant Warmer.
Humanity 2.0 Forum. Vatican City.

2016 – Introduction to the Use and Clinical Study of Non-Electric Infant Warmer.
Rwinkwavu, Rwanda.



Nahimana E*, May L*, Gadgil A, Rapp V, Magge H, Kubwimana M, Nshimyiryo A, Kateera F, Feldman HA, Nkikabahizi F, Sayinzoga F, Hansen A. A Low Cost, Re-usable, Electricity-Free Infant Warmer: Evaluation of Safety, Effectiveness and Feasibility. Public Health Action. 2018; 8(4):

May, L, Nshimyiryo, A, Kubwimana, M, Nahimana, E, Schoen, N, Gadgil, A, Kateera, E, Feldman, H, Nyishime, M, Hansen, A. Performance of a Non-electric Infant Warmer in Rwandan Health Centers. Global Pediatric Health, 2019; 6 (1-10). doi: 10.1177/2333794X19884820