Jennifer Hancock

Transforming Lives Through Humanism

Be the Best Most Ethical Person You Can Be!

Morality Ethics Decision Making Critical Thinking Humanistic Business Management

Dana Beldiman

Professor in Residence/Visiting Professor · UC Hastings College of the Law

Email: beldiman@uchastings.edu

Intellectual Property Law International Transactions Intellectual Property Licensing International and Comparative Intellectual Property Trademark and Unfair Competition

Thomas Jeitschko

Professor of Economics, Dean of The Graduate School and Associate Provost for Graduate Education · Michigan State University

Thomas Jeitschko is engaged in research in antitrust and consumer protection across different markets and industries.

Pricing Policies Telecommunications Financial Markets Consumer Protection Antitrust

Autumn Walkerly, PharmD, BCPS

Assistant Professor of Clinical Pharmacy · USC School of Pharmacy

As a psychiatric pharmacist, Autumn Walkerly provides care for patients with psychiatric and neurologic disorders.

Psychiatric and Neurologic Disorders Psychiatric Pharmacy Practice ‎ Pharmacologic Therapies Patient Counseling Pharmacy

Ellen Brown

Founder and chairman · Public Banking Institute

Author, Attorney, Public Speaker

Public Speaking Monetary Reform Public Banking

Daniel Sacks

Assistant Professor of Business Economics & Public Policy · Indiana University, Kelley School of Business

Daniel Sacks researches public economics, industrial organization and health economics.

Public Economics Industrial Organization Health Economics

Terry David Church, DRSc, MA, MS

Assistant Professor of Regulatory and Quality Sciences · USC School of Pharmacy

Terry David Church is an expert in biorepository regulation and ethics, and drug addiction and regulation of controlled substances.

Disaster Management and Continuity Planning Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) cancer supportive care Regulatory Practices for Continuity and Disaster Planning Drug Addiction Regulation of Controlled Substances

Dr. Thomas Barber

Associate Professor and Honorary Consultant Endocrinologist, Warwick Medical School · University of Warwick

Thomas Barber researches the impact of human metabolism on development of obesity, and prevention and management of obesity and diabetes.

Obesity Management Human Metabolism Metabolism Endocrinology Obesity

Professor Jon Yorke

Professor of Human Rights and Director of the Centre for Human Rights · Birmingham City University

Jon Yorke's main interests include the United Nations, European Human Rights, Capital Punishment, Legal Theory and the Temporality of Law.

European Human Rights Legal Research Public Law Capital Punishment Legal Trials

Tammy Clifford

Chief Scientist and Vice President, Evidence Standards · Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health (CADTH)

Supporting evidence-informed decisions in Canadian health care as CADTH's Chief Scientist and Vice President, Evidence Standards.

Epidemiology Evidence-Based Medicine Health Health & Healthcare Law and Policy health technology assessment

Mario Murillo

Professor of Radio, Television, Film · Hofstra University

Prof. Murillo has special interest in community-based radio journalism, Latin American studies, citizen's media, and civic engagement.

Civic Engagement Documentary Production Community Radio Latino Culture and History U.S./Latin American Policy

Dima M. Qato, PharmD, MPH, PhD

Hygeia Centennial Chair and Associate Professor · USC School of Pharmacy

Dr. Qato’s goal is to promote public accountability to better ensure access to, and safe use of, medications in the US and globally.

Health Policy Public Health Epidemiology Medicine Pharmacy

David Mushatt

Associate Professor of Medicine|Chief, Tulane Adult Infectious Diseases Section · Tulane University

Dr. Mushatt’s main research interest is HIV clinical trials. He also heads the Adult Infectious Diseases Section at the School of Medicine.

Coronavirus HIV Clinical Trials Adult Infectious Diseases COVID-19

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

James Roberts, Ph.D.

Director, Centre for Nonprofit Leadership and Service, Professor - Marketing · Baylor University

Expert on consumer behavior, human-computer interaction, compulsive buying, and effects of consumerism & technology on individual happiness.

Consumer Psychology Consumer Behavior Marketing Consumer Culture Materialism

Greg Boyce, Ph.D.

Expert in organic chemistry · Florida Gulf Coast University

Greg Boyce has a passion for organic synthesis and total synthesis of natural products.

Total Synthesis Organic / Inorganic Synthesis Chemicals in Household Settings Organic Chemistry Medicine and Drugs

Pere Santamaria

Professor, Department of Microbiology, Immunology & Infectious Diseases · Diabetes Canada

Looking at the immunogenetics and immunopathogenesis of autoimmune disorders, with a particular focus on type 1 diabetes.

Therapeutic Intervention Autoimmune Diseases Type 1 Diabetes Immunogenetics

Gail E. Thomas, PhD

Professor of Sociology · Soka University

Professor Thomas is a sociology professor who specializes in the analysis of higher education.

Mentoring and Empowering Youth Race, Class and Gender Differences in Educational Access and Outcomes Education and Status Attainment Effective Education for Diverse Learners and At Risk Youth Race and Gender Relations

Natasha Sharma

Relationship & Parenting Expert | Author| Co-Founder "Intelligent Emotions" | Doctor of Psychology Candidate · NKS Therapy and Intelligent Emotions

Media Therapist/Author specializing in Relationships, Parenting, & Happiness. Regular on Global News, Breakfast Television, and more.

Relationships Happiness & Performance Happiness and Health Happiness At Work Marriage & Family

Malinda Maynor Lowery, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Department of History & Director, Center for the Study of the American South, College of Arts and Sciences · UNC-Chapel Hill

Malinda Maynor Lowery's research interests include Native American history, Southern history, foodways, oral history and more.

Social and Political History Native American History Southern History Historical Geography Foodways