Director · Tulane University
Rappaport is an expert in HIV/AIDS and nonhuman primate models of diseases in biomedical research.
COVID-19 Hiv/Aids Neuroscience Coronavirus
Columnist · The New York Times
Columnist at The New York Times
Books Magazine Articles Newspaper Science Biology
Buck Goldstein, J.D., M.Ed.
Professor of the Practice, UNC School of Education and University Entrepreneur-in-Residence · UNC-Chapel Hill
Expert in entrepreneurship, venture capital, research universities as agents of societal change, university governance & strategic planning.
Financial Service Entrepreneurship Entrepreneurial Leadership Entrepreneurial Education Business Planning
René Olivares-Navarrete, D.D.S, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Department of Biomedical Engineering | D.D.S, National Autonomous University of Mexico | Ph.D., National Autonomous University of Mexico · VCU DEPT OF BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING
Olivares-Navarrete’s research focuses on Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine approaches for Craniofacial and Orthopaedic needs.
Tissue Engineering Stem Cell Biology and Engineering Biomaterials for Craniofacial and Musculoskeletal Tissues Immunomodulation and Immunoengineering Wnt Signaling in Morphogenesis Healing and Regeneration
Mitch Prinstein, Ph.D., ABPP
John Van Seters Distinguished Professor and Director of Graduate Studies, Department of Psychology and Neuroscience, College of Arts & Sciences · UNC-Chapel Hill
Prinstein is an expert on children’s and adolescents’ peer relationships.
Clinical Psychology Adolescent Psychology Self-Injury Peer Influence and Adolescent Health Risk Behaviors Suicide Prevention
Chief Innovation Officer · Dell
Rev up the engines of your event and glimpse the future with Dell's Chief Innovation Officer, who explains & evaluates emerging technologies
Software Development Environments and Methods Software as A Service Product Management Process Engineering Cloud Computing
Aaron M. Bauer, PhD
Professor and Gerald M. Lemole Endowed Chair in Integrative Biology · College of Liberal Arts and Sciences | Villanova University
Aaron Bauer, PhD, is a leading expert on reptiles, with a specialty in geckos, systematics and biogeography.
Natural History Collections Vertebrate Morphology Reptiles Systematics Biogeography
Dr Joseph Yannielli
Lecturer, History · Aston University
Dr Yannielli’s main fields of interest are slavery and abolition, with a special focus on America during the nineteenth century.
Social Movements Slavery in the United States Slavery Abolition Slavery in West Africa
Paul Langridge, PhD
Assistant Professor · Augusta University
An acclaimed scientist specializing in morphogenesis, CRISPR, synthetic biology, signal transduction, and cell and molecular biology.
Molecular Mechanisms of Notch Activation Signal Transduction Endocytosis Synthetic Biology Cellular Biology
Associate Professor of Musicology · Vanderbilt University
Expert in historically marginalized composers and the role of symphony orchestras and orchestral music in American life.
Composers Classical Music Musicology Orchestral Music
Jeff LaMack, Ph.D.
Professor, Program Director · Milwaukee School of Engineering
Dr. Jeff LaMack is a biomedical engineer with expertise on effects of cardiovascular fluid mechanics on devices and pathologies.
Undergraduate Engineering Curriculum Design and Assessment Engineering Education Biomaterials Biomedical Engineering Effects of Cardiovascular Fluid Mechanics on Devices and Pathologies
Director, California Center for Algae Biotechnology Co-director, Food & Fuel for the 21st Century Professor · UC San Diego
Stephen Mayfield's research analyses the structures and proteins in algae.
Pharmaceuticals Biofuel Algae Molecular Genetics Protein Biochemistry
Dr Felipe Campelo
Senior Lecturer, Computer Science · Aston University
Dr Campelo works in data science. He creates solution pipelines integrating data mining, optimisation and multicriteria decision support.
Data Science Computational Intelligence Optimisation Data Mining
Professor of Biology · Southern Utah University
Specializing in sharing the complexities of biology and how all living forms are connected
Ways of Knowing STEM Students Evolutionary Biology Animal Behavior Scientific Literacy
Jennifer Puetzer, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Department of Biomedical Engineering | B.S. Biomedical Engineering, NC State | Ph.D. Biomedical Engineering, Cornell University · VCU College of Engineering
Dr. Puetzer focuses on musculoskeletal tissue engineering for meniscus, tendon, and ligament replacement and repair.
Extracellular matrix biology Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine Collagen Fiber Development Biomechanics Musculoskeletal Mechanobiology
Dr Prasanta Dey
Professor in Operations and Information Management · Aston University
Dr Dey specializes in low carbon supply chain management and project management.
Environmental Management Total Quality Management Service Operations Management Project Management Supply Chain Management
Professor of Forestry · Michigan State University
Expert on the ecological processes governing the dynamics of tree communities in temperate and tropical forests
Tree Communities in Temperate and Tropical Forests Forestry
SENIOR RESEARCH ASSOCIATE, Department of Astronomy and Physics · Pennsylvania State University
Astronomy expert and XRT instrument scientist
Physics and Astronomy Telescopes High-Energy Neutrinos XRT Instruments Swift/Bat Exploration Tools
Philip La Duke
Safety Iconoclast & Culture Transformation Architect · ERM
One of the most informative, entertaining, and engaging speakers you're likely to ever find
Talent & Gamification Talent Management Cross generational training and management Planning Corporate Culture
Associate Vice President and Dean, Graduate Studies · McMaster University
Dr. Sekuler is a Professor of Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour with expertise is in vision, aging, higher education, & diversity issues.
Aging Face and Object Recognition Perceptual Organization Pattern Vision Motion Perception