Cherylynn Jody Moody

Clinical Assistant Professor & Director, Academic Program for General Education Interns · Loyola Marymount University

Department of Teaching and Learning

Joanne M. Jordan, M.D., MPH.

Joseph P. Archie, Jr. Eminent Professor, Department of Medicine & Chief, Division of Rheumatology, Allergy and Immunology & Director, Thurston Arthritis Research Center, Executive Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs and Leadership Development · University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

The main interests in Dr. Jordan's research are the epidemiology of osteoarthritis.

Osteoarthritis Epidemiology Radiographic Osteoarthritis Rheumatology Immunology

Gina Veloni, PhD

Adjunct Faculty - Infant & Early Childhood Development - School of Psychology · Fielding Graduate University

Utilizing RS and IMH principles to support the multi-complexities of systems and families in communities

Infant Mental Health Consultation and Training Reflective Supervision Consultation and Training

Larry C. Bernard

Emeritus Professor of Psychology · Loyola Marymount University

Larry Bernard is an expert in evaluating people for the effects of traumatic injury, neoplastic disease and degenerative disorders in adults

Psychology Clinical Neuropsychology

Janet Schneiderman

Chair of Nursing Research Associate Professor of Social Work Dept. of Nursing at the School of Social Work · USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work

Janet U. Schneiderman is an expert in factors influencing medical neglect of children in the child welfare system.

Nursing Weight Changes Among Children in Foster Care Factors Affecting Physical Health Problems Children & Familites Behavioral Health

Dr. Holly Ramsey-Klawsnik

Researcher & Clinician · National Adult Protective Services Association

Dr. Holly Ramsey-Klawsnik is a sociologist researcher, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, and Licensed Certified Social Worker.

Public Policy Active Ageing Elder Abuse Human Rights Frailty

Sarah Hanson

Lecturer in Health Sciences · University of East Anglia

Her research looks at physical exercise among marginalised groups and at health inequalities.

Exercise During COVID-19 Health Benefits Health Sciences Exercise Health Inequalities

Allison McDonald

Associate Professor of Biology · Wilfrid Laurier University

Expert in plant and animal physiology with a focus on how organisms make energy. Advocate for women and persons with disabilities in STEM.

Plant and Animal Physiology and Biochemistry Bioenergetics (Mitochondria and Chloroplasts) Human Mitochondrial Diseases and Disorders Women in STEM Origin of Life and Endosymbiosis

Stacey Copas

Inspirational Speaker & Trainer · Stacey Copas

Author of "How To Be Resilient" | Inspirational Motivational Speaker/Trainer/Coach | Athlete | Resilience For Results

Resilience Inspiration

Patricia Oliver

Associate Professor of Communication Studies, College of Communication and Fine Arts · Loyola Marymount University

Associate Professor of Communication Studies

Communication Studies Public Speaking Gender Communication Rhetoric of Women

Dak Kopec

Principle · DAK Design Science

Entertaining and dynamic presenter that connects psychology with interior design

Interior Design and Psychology Enhancing Children's Development With Design

Holly Schiffrin

Professor of Psychology · University of Mary Washington

Dr. Schiffrin is an internationally known expert on intensive and helicopter parenting.

Emerging Adulthood Helicopter Parenting Positive Psychology Infant and Child Development Intensive Parenting

Mr. Lawrence Normie

Principal Consultant · Lawrence Normie Consulting

Technology transfer and innovation management specialist

Ergonomics and Inclusive Design Affective Neuroscience Smart Orthotics Brain Computer Interfaces Internet of Things

Judith Cone, M.S.

Vice Chancellor for Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development, UNC-Chapel Hill · UNC-Chapel Hill

Putting important ideas to use for the public good

Entrepeneurship Innovation & Economic Development Management & Leadership Humanitarian Affairs Commercialization

Ira Glovinsky, PhD

Adjunct Faculty - Infant & Early Childhood Development - School of Psychology · Fielding Graduate University

Early childhood development and mental health expert

Clinical Psychology Special Education Infant and Early Childhood Development Research in Child Development Mood Disorders in Infants, Toddlers, and Preschool Aged Children

Lois Weithorn

Professor of Law, Harry & Lillian Hastings Research Chair · UC Hastings College of the Law

Contacts: weithorn@uchastings.edu / 415-565-4660 / Office 366-200

Bioethics and the Law Criminal Law Family Law Mental Health Law Social Science and Law

Tara Alvarez

Professor and Director, Undergraduate Biomedical Engineering Program · New Jersey Institute of Technology

Professor Alvarez conducts neuroscience research for helping patients recover their vision and for diagnosing other visual diseases.

Vision Therapy Virtual Reality Vision Neuroscience Biomedical Engineering

Julie Cederbaum

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

Dr. Cederbaum focuses on family process, childhood adversity, and reproductive and behavioral health risk prevention.

Parenting and Fatherhood Childhood Adversity Parent-child communication Parenting

Thomas Pogge

Director, Global Justice Program ; Leitner Professor of Philosophy and International Affairs · Yale University

Examining solutions to issues of global inequality and justice in health care are long-standing concerns for this Yale professor & author

Justice in Health Care Social and Political Philosophy Ethics and Moral Philosophy Globalization and Inequality

Jerome Schultz

Clinical Neuropsychologist · Harvard Medical School

Experienced clinician and teacher. Captivating, informative speaker who makes the stress/learning connection with humor and wisdom.

The Connection Between Stress and Learning in Kids With Ld Adhd and Asperger Syndrome Understanding and Meeting the Needs of Children With Fragile Emotions and Challenging Behaviors. The De-Stress Model of Intervention for Children With Ld and Adhd The Myths and Realities of Inclusion