Tadahiko Endo tadaendo@nifty.ne.jp Endo Pension & HR Consulting Principal Tadahiko Endo is Principal at Endo Pension & HR Consulting in Japan. He is a qualified labor and social security attorney, and also a financial planner and a corporate pension planner. Mr Endo’s career began at Nippon Dantai Life. He then worked at Andersen Consulting and IBM Consulting Group as a management consultant for financial institutions. And he had worked

Ian Cooper ian.cooper@uk.lockton.com Lockton Companies Partner Ian Cooper has responsibility for Lockton’s operations in Ireland and Scotland as well as the Employee Benefits businesses outside of the USA. He also lead Lockton’s strategies on Brexit and new investments. In addition, he is a Director of the British Insurance Broker’s Association (BIBA) and chairs its International and Wholesale Advisory Board. Prior to joining Lockton, he was a Senior Vice President with Marsh

Luna Dolezal l.r.dolezal@exeter.ac.uk University of Exeter Lecturer in Medical Humanities Dr Luna Dolezal is a Lecturer in Medical Humanities and Philosophy at the University of Exeter. She is a member of the University of Exeter’s WHO Collaborating Centre for Culture and Health (CCH) and the Wellcome Centre for Cultures and Environments of Health. Before joining Exeter, she was based between the Department of Philosophy at Durham University and the Trinity

Barry Lyons balyons@tcd.ie Trinity College Dubin Adjunct Assistant Professor Dr. Barry Lyons is a Faculty Member within the Division of Ethics of the School of Medicine, Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland.

Dick Thijssen d.thijssen@ljmu.ac.uk Liverpool John Moores University Professor in Cardiovascular Physiology and Exercise Professor Dick H.J. Thijssen’s work is focused on the (primary and secondary) prevention of cardiovascular disease. His work focuses on exploring and understanding the benefits of exercise training and (exercise) preconditioning, but also examines the link between the preconditioning effects of exercise and ischaemic preconditioning. The benefits of these interventions are linked to improvement in micro-

Sharona Hoffman sharona.hoffman@case.edu Case Western Reserve University Professor of Health Law and Bioethics Sharona Hoffman joined the faculty of Case Western Reserve University School of Law in 1999. She is the Edgar A. Hahn Professor of Law, Professor of Bioethics, and Co-Director of the Law-Medicine Center at the University. She holds a B.A. from Wellesley College, J.D. from Harvard Law School, LL.M. in Health Law from the University of

Xavier collot xavier.collot@amundi.com Amundi Head of Employee Savings and Retirement Business line Xavier Collot has over 20  years  of  experience. He started as Management Controller at Schneider Electric in 994 and then worked for 2 years as a Financial Consultant at Oracle France’s Intelligence Business department. In 2000, Xavier took charge of the Management Control at Crédit Lyonnais Asset Management, and became 3  years later the Head of Management

Tim A. Witchell tim.witchell@hubinternational.com Wealth Management Employee Benefits (WMEB) – Partner Hub International Vice Chairman Tim has over 40 years of experience in the field of employee benefit insurance programs, executive benefits and corporate life & disability arrangements. He began his career in Montreal, QC with a major insurance company where he received his initial training and successfully managed a portfolio of diverse clients. Tim remained with that company

Nicolas Hubé nicolas.hube@protonmail.com Johnson & Johnson Director, Global Benefits Since April 2008, Nicolas is Director Global Benefits for Johnson & Johnson. With a special focus on the EMEA region, he is in charge of the benefits strategy, benefit policy design and execution of programs according to internal governance processes. He is also a Board Member of the J&J Pension Fund in Belgium, a cross-border vehicle managing the retirement benefits

Peter Devlin Deloitte Partner Peter Devlin is a Partner of Deloitte and heads their Total Rewards practice in Germany where he has been based for the last 16 years. In addition he leads the human capital Post Merger Integration team. He is responsible for advising clients on pensions, compensation and other Total Reward issues. Prior to moving to Germany he was a pensions actuary and investment consultant based in

Tim Spector King’s College London Professor of Genetic Epidemiology Tim Spector is a Professor of Genetic Epidemiology at Kings College, London & Director of the Department of Twin Research and Genetic Epidemiology at St Thomas’ Hospital, London. Professor Spector graduated from St Bartholomew’s Hospital Medical School, London. After working in General Medicine, he completed a MSc in Epidemiology, and his MD thesis at the University of London. He founded

Philippa Dall Glasgow Caledonian University Senior Research Fellow Philippa is a senior research fellow in the School of Health and Life Sciences with a background in physics and engineering. Her current research interest is focused on the objective measurement of physical activity and sedentary behaviour in a free-living environment. This includes the development of novel data analysis techniques and their application to the elderly population for upper-limb function, wheelchair

Mark Hamer Loughborough University Chair in Exercise as Medicine Professor Hamer graduated in Sport and Exercise Science (1996) at The University of Birmingham, completed an MSc in Sports Sciences (1999) at Brunel University and later received his PhD from De Montfort University (2002). He spent eleven years at University College London as a researcher in Epidemiology and Public Health funded by the British Heart Foundation. In 2015 he was appointed as Chair in Exercise

Sebastien Chastin Glasgow Caledonian University Reader, Behaviour Dynamics Dr Sebastien Chastin is a tenured Reader in Movement Behaviour Dynamics at Glasgow Caledonian University in the School of Health and Life Science, and Professor at Ghent University in the department of Movement and Sports Sciences. His research focuses understanding how humans spend their time and how this impacts their health. Understanding why, when, and how people decide to move or

Tracey Moore Rackspace Senior Legal Counsel Asia Pacific & Japan Tracey Moore is Senior Legal Counsel Asia Pacific & Japan at Rackspace and holds a Master of Laws LLB (Hons) from the Queensland University of Technology in Australia.

Jonathan Runstadler Tufts University Professor of Infectious Disease and Global Health, Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine Dr. Runstadler seeks to understand genetic factors that impact susceptibility to infectious disease, specific or general and the repercussions for potential epidemics, persistence, and evolution of those infectious agents. His research is conducted within the context of the interactions that define the ecology between an infectious agent, the environment and the host. His

Tim Ainsworth HWL Ebsworth Lawyers Partner Tim Ainsworth is a Partner at HWL Ebsworth Lawyers. He holds a Bachelor of Economics and a Bachelor of Laws from Macquarie University in Australia.

Michelle Sconce Massaquoi University of Oregon Doctoral candidate, microbiology, Michelle Sconce Massaquoi is a doctoral student in the Institute of Molecular Biology under the mentorship of biology professor Karen Guillemin. Massaquoi’s research focuses on understanding the interactions between gut bacteria and the host, specifically how gut bacteria influence the development of the pancreas. For this work, she uses zebrafish to study how a bacteria-secreted protein found in select gut

Sally Napper International SOS, Control Risks Security Director Australasia Sally Napper is Security Director, Australasia at International SOS. She holds a Bachelor of International Studies (Hons) from Flinders University and is completing an Executive MBA through the Australian Graduate School of Management at the University of New South Wales.

Linsey Marr Virginia Tech Professor Linsey Marr is the Charles P. Lunsford Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering in Virginia Tech’s College of Engineering. Marr, who was recently awarded a Fulbright fellowship, is an expert in air quality and health whose research interests include characterizing the emissions, fate, and transport of air pollutants in order to provide the scientific basis for improving air quality and health. She also conducts

Kelvin Wu International SOS Senior Manager of Risk Management and Insurance Kelvin Wu is Risk and Insurance Manager at International SOS and Treasurer & Member of the Executive Committee of PARIMA, the Pan Asia Risk and Insurance Management Association. He holds a BSc in Economics and Finance from Singapore Management University and an Advanced Diploma in Insurance from the Chartered Insurance Institute. He also is an Associate in Risk

Peter Harbison CAPA – Centre for Aviation Executive Chairman Peter Harbison is the owner of aviation consultancy CAPA and holds a Master of Laws from McGill University in Canada.

Miranda Yaver miranda.yaver@yale.edu Yale University Lecturer in Political Science Dr. Yaver completed her PhD in Political Science at Columbia University with emphases in American Politics and Quantitative Methodology after a BA Political Science (Honors) at the University of California, Berkeley and graduate studies at the University of Virginia. She conducts research on American policy implementation, and the ways that Congress, courts, and agencies interact to shape law and policy

Priscila Conduta Elias priscila@harmonia.com.br Harmonia Corretora de Seguros S.A. President/ CEO Priscila Conduta Elias is President and CEO of Harmonia Brazil. With over 15 years of experience in the insurance industry across all lines of insurance, Priscila is responsible for the Reinsurance and Benefit operations in Brazil (PlurisRe). As main officer of Howden Harmonia, she is responsible for business and client relations, as well as for the quality of the

Seema Lakdawala University of Pittsburgh Assistant Professor Seema Lakdawala is an Assistant Professor in the Microbiology and Molecular Genetics Department at the University of Pittsburgh. The Lakdawala lab studies the molecular properties contributing to the epidemiological success of influenza A viruses to better predict future pandemics. There are two main areas of research in her lab 1) exploring the dynamics of influenza viral RNA assembly and 2) defining properties necessary for

Ana Carolina Lima Conduta Izzo Losco ana.losco@harmonia.com.br Harmonia Corretora de Seguros Domestic and International Benefit Director Ana Losco started her professional life as a dentist, running her own practice for nine years before joining Harmonia Corretora de Seguros in 2005. Now, as Domestic and International Benefit Director, Ana has been responsible for national and international corporate accounts and SME segment. Her decade of experience in the insurance industry and

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