Dr. Juan Carlos Silva

Regional Advisor on Visual and Hearing Care · Pan American Health Organization

Dr. Silva has been working as the eye care regional Adviser for Latin America and the Caribbean at the Pan American Health Organization

DR Barometer Program Public Health Eye Care Macular Degeneration Cataract Surgery

Bruce A. Perkins

Associate Professor and Clinician Scientist · Diabetes Canada

Using epidemiological techniques and trials to explore the natural history of diabetes complications and strategies for their prevention

Endocrinology Diabetic Nephropathy Technologies in Diabetes Care Type 1 Diabetes Artificial Pancreas

Lorraine Lipscombe

Endocrinologist · Diabetes Canada

Dr. Lorraine Lipscombe is a scientist at Women's College Research Institute, an endocrinologist at Women's College Hospital

Endocrinology Diabetes Prevention Outcomes of Diabetes Diabetes in Women Endocrine and Metabolic Disorders

Paul Whelton, MD

Show Chwan Endowed Professor · Tulane University

Expert in high blood pressure, cardiovascular and renal diseases

Global Cardiovascular Health Hypertension Clinical Trials Policy Hypertension guidelines Prevention of Cardiovascular and Renal Disease

Tracey Covassin

Professor of Kinesiology · Michigan State University

Tracey Covassin is an expert in the effects of concussions and the epidemiology of sports injuries.

Concussions Athletics Injuries

Dr Alexis Paton

Lecturer, Social Epidemiology and the Sociology of Health · Aston University

Alexis Paton's research focuses on how sociology and medical ethics can improve healthcare services.

Health Inequalities Health Improvement Sociology of Health Bioethics Medical Ethics

Gary Slade

John W. Stamm Distinguished Professor, Department of Dental Ecology and Director of Oral Epidemiology PhD Program · UNC at Chapel Hill

Dr. Slade's research focuses on chronic pain and how to prevent it, fluoride use and other dental public health topics.

Dental public health Fluoride Chronic Pain

Alice Cepeda

Associate Professor of Social Work · USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work

Dr. Cepeda focuses on the social epidemiology of drug use and the related health risk behaviors affecting urban Mexican-origin populations.

Urban Affairs HIV and AIDS Drug Use and Abuse Social Work Social Work Education

Rachel A. Volberg

Research Professor, School of Public Health & Health Sciences · University of Massachusetts Amherst

Rachel Volberg is one of the world's leading experts on the social and economic aspects of gambling and problem gambling.

Societal Impacts of Gambling Problem Gambling Gambling Economic Impact of Gambling

Dr. Ronald Blanton

Chair of Tropical Medicine, · Tulane University

Dr. Ronald Blanton is a physician-scientist who can speak about the global public health risks of COVID-19 and water-borne disease research.

COVID-19 Monitoring Task Force COVID-19 Community-based antimicrobial resistance Schistosomiasis Parasitic diseases

Sean Valles

Associate Professor · Michigan State University

I study the interplay of ethics and scientific evidence in population health, including race and migration issues and climate change issues.

Philosophy of Population Health Race in Science Health Justice Climate Change Philosophy Population Health Ethics

Matt Andersson, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Sociology · Baylor University

Expert on health inequality, focusing on educational and socioeconomic inequalities in mental and physical well-being

Parent-child Bonding Comparative parenthood Health Behaviors Health inequality Parent-child Bonding

Prof. Leocadio Rodriguez Mañas

Head of the Service of Geriatrics · Hospital Universitario de Getafe

Expertise in frailty(epidemiology, clinical, biological features), organizations of health care systems, diabetes, and vascular diseases

Physical exercise in older people Frailty Diabetes Health Systems

Stefan Savage

Professor · UC San Diego

Stefan Savage specializes in computer engineering with a focus on cybersecurity.

Security Cybersecurity Computer Engineering Computer Science

Richard Dees

Associate Professor of Philosophy and Bioethics · University of Rochester

Richard Dees' research and teaching interests are in public health ethics, neuroethics, and political philosophy.

Neuroethics Public Health Ethics Political Philosophy

Haresh D. Rochani

Assistant Professor, Biostatistics, Epidemiology, and Environmental Health Sciences · Georgia Southern University

Haresh Rochani works with bio-statistics and sampling designs to improve public health.

Generalized Linear Models Longitudinal Data Analysis Multiple Imputations Missing Data in Diagnostic Medicine Categorical Missing Data

Dawn Wesson

Associate Professor · Tulane University

Professor Wesson is a national expert in vector-borne diseases spread by mosquitoes.

Zika Virus Chagas Disease Mosquito-Borne Viruses West Nile Virus Medical Entomology

Prof. Denise Eldemire-Shearer

Professor of Public Health and Ageing · University of the West Indies

Denise Eldemire-Shearer is Professor of Public Health and Ageing at the University of the West Indies.

Education and Training Active Ageing Lifelong Learning Ageing in Place Frailty

Thomas F. Babor, Ph.D.

Professor of Community Medicine and Public Health · University of Connecticut

Expertise includes research on public health policies related to alcohol, drug abuse and gambling

Research Ethics Alcohol Marketing Public Health Alcohol Policy Drug Control Policy

Prof. Michael Valenzuela

Associate Professor · The University of Sydney

Psychology, clinical medicine, and neuroscience expert, exploring how complex mental activity impacts dementia

Cognitive Reserve Computerized Cognitive Training Cognitive Decline Human Skin-Derived Neural Precursors