Frank R. Lin, M.D., Ph.D.

Professor · Johns Hopkins University

Dr. Lin’s epidemiologic research established the impact of hearing loss on the risk of cognitive decline, dementia & brain aging in elderly

Hearing Aids Cognitive Decline Epidemiology Aging Hearing Loss

Dr. Adey Nyamathi

Founding Dean and Distinguished Professor of Nursing · UC Irvine

Dr. Nyamathi conducts studies among vulnerable groups, including homeless, drug-addicted and incarcerated persons and gay/bisexual youth.

Vulnerable Populations Tuberculosis Role of Nursing Hiv/Aids Hepatitis

Anthony Santella

Associate Professor, Public Health · Hofstra University

Professor Santella is a public health educator with specialties in sexual/LGBTQ health, dental health, and HIV research.

Coronavirus Public Health HIV/AIDS Research Sexual Health LGBTQ Health

Myron Cohen, M.D.

Associate Vice Chancellor for Global Health; Yeargan-Bate Distinguished Professor of Medicine, Microbiology and Immunology, and Epidemiology; Chief, Division of Infectious Diseases & Director, Institute for Global Health & Infectious Diseases · UNC at Chapel Hill

Myron S. Cohen, MD is the J. Herbert Bate Distinguished Professor of Medicine, Microbiology and Immunology and Public Health.

Coronavirus Immunology Medicine Epidemiology Microbiology

Petra Molnar

Lawyer and Researcher · International Human Rights Program, University of Toronto

Refugee and migration issues; technology and human rights; immigration detention; and the relationship between law, society, and culture

Technology and human rights Anthropology of Migration Ethnography and Ethnographic Writing Women's Rights Refugee and Human Rights Issues

Suzanne Wenzel

Richard M. and Ann L. Thor Professor in Urban Social Development · USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work

Interdisciplinary researcher, specializing in the health-related needs of vulnerable populations.

Substance abuse treatment sexual risk behavior and risk reduction Post-traumatic stress disorder in women Homelessness and homeless women HIV and AIDS

Eric Durant, P.E., Ph.D.

Professor, Program Director · Milwaukee School of Engineering

Dr. Eric Durant's research focuses on real-time audio processing with a focus on hearing aids and artificial intelligence/deep learning.

Deep Learning Audio Processing Beamforming Electrical Engineering Computer Engineering

B. Frank Gupton, Ph.D.

Floyd D. Gottwald Junior Chair in Pharmaceutical Engineering; Chair, Professor, Department of Chemical and Life Science Engineering · VCU College of Engineering

Professor Gupton's research is focused on the development of new technologies that will streamline organic synthesis

Cross-Coupling Catalysis Flow Chemistry / Continual Chemical Processing Organic Synthesis in Pharmaceutical Applications

Andrea Benoit

Assistant Professor (Adjunct) · Western University

Dr. Benoit's research interests include advertising, branding, consumer culture, and the commodification of social causes

Branding Commodification of Social Causes HIV/AIDS Awareness Advertising Theory and History Promotional Culture

Debi Bhattacharya

Senior Lecturer in Pharmacy · University of East Anglia

She is an expert in medication adherence and in deprescribing (providing alternatives to medication).

Pill Organisers Medication Adherence Support Decision Aid Pharmacy Medication HIV Medication

Michele Tracy Berger, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Department of Women's and Gender Studies & Adjunct Professor, Department of City and Regional Planning & Director of the Faculty Fellows Program, Institute for the Arts and Humanities, College of Arts and Sciences · UNC at Chapel Hill

Teaching and research interests include multiracial feminism, HIV/AIDS activism and women's and gender studies scholarship. (see more below)

Women's and Gender Studies HIV/AIDS Activism Multi-racial feminism Faculty Development Women in Leadership

Jeffrey Bennett

Associate Professor of Communication Studies · Vanderbilt University

Medical humanities expert who specializes in health, citizenship, LGBT/queer studies, cultural studies and rhetorical theory and criticism.

Queer Healthcare Queer vernacular LGBTQ Health HIV Prevention HIV & AIDS

Brit McKay

Associate Dean of Students & External Affairs · Georgia Southern University

Professor McKay's research focuses on the use of expert systems in designing decision aids and recent developments in taxation

Accounting Information Systems International Accounting Issues Decision Aids Taxation International Accounting

David Margolis, M.D.

Director, UNC HIV Cure Center · UNC at Chapel Hill

Dr. Margolis is the leader of CARE: The Collaboratory of AIDS Researchers for Eradication. CARE is a New Vision for HIV Research.

Immunology Epidemiology Hiv / Aids Hiv Research

Dr. Hugo López Gatell Ramírez

Director of Innovation in Infectious Disease Surveillance and Control · National Institute of Public Health

Physician, specialist in Internal Medicine, and Master in Medical Sciences.

COVID-19 Internal Medicine Epidemiology Public Health Coronavirus

Kylo-Patrick Hart

Chair of Film, Television, and Digital Media and Professor Film, Television and Digital Media · Texas Christian University

Kylo-Patrick R. Hart teaches courses in film and television history, theory and criticism; film screenwriting; and queer media studies.

Stardom Popular Culture International Cinemas Masculinity and Sexual Orientation in Film and Entertainment Media Representations of HIV/AIDS

Dr. Stefan Zimmer

Secretary General · EHIMA, the European Hearing Instrument Manufacturers’ Association

Dr. Stefan Zimmer is an expert in the hearing sector, focusing on hearing healthcare, hearing technology and hearing loss prevention.

Hearing Implant Solutions Hearing Aids Health Policy International Relations Hearing Loss

David J. Hardy

Professor and Chair of Psychology · Loyola Marymount University

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

Visual Attention Neuropsychology Information Processing

Eric Rice

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

Social work expert, focusing on community outreach, network science, and the use of social networking technology by high-risk youth

Artificial Intelligence for Social Good Homelessness HIV Prevention Application of social networking methods to social work research Social Network Theory

Jay Rappaport

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