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Tamas Fulop

Dr. Tamàs Fülöp is Assistant Director of the Age Research Centre and Full Professor within the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences at the Université de Sherbrooke in Quebec, Canada. He is also Head of the Immune Inflammation Laboratory and Medical Director of the Memory Clinic.

M.D: From the Unversity of Geneva.

His postdoctoral research was in the biochemistry of connective tissues, and his PhD is in immunology and gerontology. His research interest is aging in relation to immunity.

Andrew R Gray

I am a biostatistician in the Biostatistics Centre at the University of Otago, a role I have held since 2004. Most of my work involves collaborating on a wide range of research projects in the health sciences, particularly in paediatric obesity, sleep, and physical activity; respiratory epidemiology, mostly asthma and COPD; dentistry; and health systems. I also work on statistical methods research, mostly topics inspired by these collaborations.

Prior to my current position I was a software metrics and machine learning researcher in the Department of Information Science at the same institution.

Beth Jefferies

Beth is a Professor of Psychology at the University of York, UK. Her research seeks to understand the neural basis of semantic cognition and language, and disorders affecting these aspects of cognition. She uses multiple neuroscientific methods, including neuropsychology, neuroimaging (MEG, fMRI) and brain stimulation to investigate how concepts are represented and flexibly retrieved.

Outstanding Doctoral Research Contributions to Psychology (2004)
Elizabeth Warrington Prize - British Neuropsychological Society (2008)
Cortex Prize - Federation of European Societies of Neuropsychology (2010)

Giuseppe Lanza

Dr. Giuseppe Lanza was born in Catania (Italy) in 1982. He currently works as a Senior Academic Researcher and Assistant Professor at the University of Catania (Italy). After graduation with honours in Medicine, he trained at the School of Neurology and got the international PhD at the same University. As visiting Clinical Research Fellow, he further trained at the Department of Neuroscience and Clinical Neurophysiology of the Newcastle University (UK). In 2013 he was selected for a Scientific Fellowship promoted by the European Federation of Neurological Societies (EFNS). From 2013 to October 2018, he worked as a Consultant Neurologist at the “Oasi Research Institute–IRCCS” in Troina (Italy), which is a Collaborating Center of the World Health Organization (WHO), and where now he currently holds the position of Chief of the Clinical Neurophysiology Research Unit. From 2015 to October 2018, he taught Neurology at the University of Enna (Italy). He has authored more than 150 publications in internationally-indexed peer-reviewed Journals and Conferences or Meetings, and he currently serves as Editor and invited Reviewer of several international Journals. More recently, he has obtained the Master of Science in Clinical Research and the National Scientific Qualification as Full Professor (procedure for the Italian University Professor recruiting, based on criteria of scientific qualification).

Feng Liu

Feng Liu received his Ph.D. degree from the School of Life Science and Technology, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China and went on to work in the Department of Radiology and Tianjin Key Laboratory of Functional Imaging, Tianjin Medical University General Hospital, China. Now he is an associate professor and his current research interests include Brain and Cognition, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Imaging Genetic and Multivariate Pattern Analysis.

Current research focuses on investigating the impact of the environmental factors (e.g., green space, PM 2.5, etc) on human brain measured by magnetic resonance imaging

Norbert A.R. Maïonchi-Pino

Since 2012, I am an Associate Professor in Cognitive and Developmental Psychology at Université Blaise Pascal. I work on learning and reading disorders (e.g., developmental dyslexia), psycholinguistics and reading acquisition.

Susana Martinez-Conde

Professor of Ophthalmology, Neurology, Physiology at the State University of New York (SUNY) Downstate Medical Center. Founding Member and President of the Neural Correlate Society and Executive Producer of the annual Best Illusion of the Year Contest. Former Executive Board Member of the Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness. Advisory Board Member and Columnist for Scientific American Mind.

Genevieve M McArthur

Genevieve is a Professor at the Department of Cognitive Science, at Macquarie University and the ARC Centre of Excellence in Cognition and its Disorder. She is Head of Cognitive Science, Director of the Macquarie University Cognition Clinic for Reading, and Founder of the Cognitive Science Event-Related Potentials Laboratory. Her research focuses on the treatment, assessment, and causes of learning difficulties, particularly developmental dyslexia and specific language impairment.

Daniel Mirman

Dan is a Senior Lecturer in Psychology at the University of Edinburgh, UK. His research investigates the neurobiology of language processing and language disorders using behavioural and eye-tracking experiments, neuroimaging, and computational modeling methods. His primary focus areas are the organisation of semantic knowledge and the functional neuroanatomy of spoken language.

Paula I. Moreira

Paula I. Moreira is Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Medicine and Principal Investigator at the Center for Neuroscience and Cell Biology, University of Coimbra. Moreira published more than 100 scientific peer-reviewed articles and she is on the editorial board of over 10 journals. Paula Moreira won the Stimulus to Research prize, in 2003, supported by the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation and, the L’Oreal for Women in Science, in 2008, supported by L'Oreal Portugal/UNESCO/ FCT.

John H. Morrison

Dean of Basic Sciences and the Graduate School of Biological Sciences and Professor of Neuroscience at Mount Sinai School of Medicine. Former President of the Cajal Club and The Harvey Society, and current member of Council for the Society for Neuroscience. Merit Award recipient from NIH.

Dr. Morrison is also the Willard T.C. Johnson Professor of Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine in Neurobiology of Aging, and Professor in the Friedman Brain Institute.

Timothy P Moss

An Associate Professor in Health Psychology registered with the HCPC, is the Director of Postgraduate Research Studies in the Faculty of Health & Applied Sciences at UWE (Bristol). Tim co-ordinates the Derriford Appearance Scales project, (www.derriford.info), providing measurement tools & consultancy in appearance/visible difference in the UK, Europe, & beyond. He is also a Fellow of the Royal Society for Public Health, and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy & Chartered Health Psychologist