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Julie Broderick Trinity College Dublin Assistant Professor Dr. Julie Broderick is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Physiotherapy. She was awarded a Health Research Board (HRB) Clinical Fellowship in 2008 and her doctoral work was entitled ‘Physical Activity through the Cancer Trajectory’ and a HRB Cochrane Fellowship in 2015. She also holds an honours degree (BSc.) in Physiotherapy, a Masters in Exercise Physiology (MSc.) and a Post-graduate Diploma in Statistics (H. Dip.) from

Vaibhav Diwadkar Wayne State University Professor of Psychiatry Dr. Diwadkar is a Provost Fellow and Career Development Chair and a multiple recipient of Wayne State’s Faculty Research Excellence and Teaching Excellence awards. He is internationally recognized for his work in brain imaging, and is a renowned media expert on schizophrenia and other neuropsychiatric disorders. Dr. Diwadkar is an associate editor and editorial board member for Frontiers in Schizophrenia and

Jane Parry Sociology, Solent University Post-Doctoral Researcher I am a sociologist of work, and am particularly interested in what work means to people, how this changes over the lifecourse, and inequalities in people’s experiences of work. My PhD looked at how Welsh coalmining communities had responded to the labour market restructuring which followed the 1984/85 Miners’ Strike, and prompted a long-standing interest in occupational attachments and how these shift

Stephen Rice Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Professor of Human Factors I am currently a Professor of Human Factors at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. My work has appeared in over 120 peer-reviewed journals and over 140 international conferences. My research highlights the intersections between aviation, automation, and consumer perceptions. I also conduct research on driverless cars and medical/dental robotics, and I am particularly interested in people’s willingness to interact with autonomous agents.

Mattie Milner Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Ph.D. Candidate in Human Factors I recently graduated Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University with my M.S. in Human Factors and I am currently pursuing my PhD in Human Factors at Embry-Riddle in Daytona Beach, Florida. My main research interests include studying psychological and physiological concerns during the development processes of systems, products, and work environments with a focus on aviation and automation. Technology is becoming an

Janet Barlow University of Hertfordshire Senior Lecturer in Law I am a qualified solicitor (non-practicing) teaching law to undergraduates and postgraduates at the University of Hertfordshire. My main teaching specialisms and research interests are in Employment Law and Family Law. I have written articles for the New Law Journal on zero hours contracts and same sex marriage.

Erin L. Kelly MIT Sloan School of Management Sloan Distinguished Professor of Work and Organization Studies Professor, Work and Organization Studies Erin L. Kelly is the Sloan Distinguished Professor of Work and Organization Studies at the MIT Sloan School of Management and affiliated with the Institute for Work and Employment Research. Erin’s research investigates the adoption, implementation, and consequences of work-family and anti-discrimination policies in U.S. workplaces. She is

Hope Christie University of Bath; Research Fellow, University of Aberdeen PhD Candidate I have recently completed my PhD (Oct, 2019), which is focusing on the impact of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) on parents, their parenting and their wider family dynamic. My interest is understanding how parents themselves feel their PTSD has affected them as individuals, as well as their parenting behaviours. I am also interested in parenting within different cultural contexts,

Will Kimball MIT Sloan School of Management Ph.D. Student Will Kimball is pursuing his doctoral degree at MIT in the Institute for Work and Employment Research. His research covers topics on inequality, worker voice, and employment arrangements.

Duanyi Yang Massachusetts Institute of Technology Ph.D. Candidate Duanyi Yang is a PhD candidate at MIT Institute for Work and Employment Research. Her research covers topics on organizational conflict and worker voice, labor standards in global value chains, and flexible work arrangements in organizations.

Peter Clough University of Huddersfield Professor of Psychology I joined the University of Huddersfield in 2017, having previously held a post as Professor of Psychology at Manchester Metropolitan University. Prior to this, I had a lengthy career at Hull University, where I was Head of Psychology on three occasions and also was Associate Dean (Learning and Teaching). I am interested in performance under pressure and performance enhancement. More specifically, I

Ignacio López-Goñi University of Navarra, Spain Professor of Microbiology Prof. Dr. Ignacio López-Goñi is Professor of Microbiology at the University of Navarra in Spain. He holds a PhD in Biology from the University of Navarra (1989). For several years he was a researcher at the National Institute of Agricultural Research (INIA) in the departments of Molecular and Cellular Biology of the University of California – Berkeley and Molecular Microbiology at Columbia University.

Duncan Sinclair Queen’s University, Ontario Professor of Health Services and Policy Research  

Timothy Callaghan timothy.h.callaghan@gmail.com Texas A&M University Assistant Professor, Texas A&M University Health Science Center Dr. Callaghan studies health policy and management, with expertise in health policy and politics, Medicaid, Medicaid expansion, health insurance and the Affordable Care Act.

Ellen W. Evans Cardiff Metropolitan University Junior Research Fellow Dr Ellen W Evans is a Junior Research Fellow at the ZERO2FIVE Food Industry Centre at Cardiff Metropolitan University. Ellen’s research interests relate to the impact of human cognition and behaviour upon food safety throughout the food supply chain from production through to consumer handling and the development of targeted interventions to reduce the risk of foodborne illness from food

Ruth Wilson Queen’s University, Ontario Professor of Family Medicine Roles: President, North American Region, of WONCA, Past Chair of the Canadian Medical Forum, Faculty Development Co-Site Lead Kingston/1000 Islands, Chair of the Institute for Safe Medication Practice of Canada. Education: MD Honours, University of Toronto, CCFP, FCFP Expertise: Family Medicine Obstetrics, Faculty Development Research Interests: Women’s health, Aboriginal health, Primary care reform Awards and Accomplishments: 2015 named as Member

Thomas Kochan MIT Sloan School of Management Professor of Management Professor, Work and Organization Studies Co-Director, MIT Sloan Institute for Work and Employment Research Thomas Kochan is the George Maverick Bunker Professor of Management, a Professor of Work and Employment Research and Engineering Systems, and the CoDirector of the MIT Sloan Institute for Work and Employment Research at the MIT Sloan School of Management. Kochan focuses on the need

Don Drummond University of York Stauffer-Dunning Fellow in Global Public Policy and Adjunct Professor at the School of Policy Studies Don Drummond is the Stauffer-Dunning Fellow in Global Public Policy and Adjunct Professor at the School of Policy Studies at Queen’s University. In 2011-12, he served as Chair for the Commission on the Reform of Ontario’s Public Services. Its final report, released in February 2012, contained nearly four hundred recommendations

Katrin Koll Prakoonwit kkoll@globiana.com Manager, contents development Globiana Katrin Koll Prakoonwit is a Product Development Lead at Globiana Inc. Spotting a good story is what Katrin enjoys most when creating web content on intercultural business communication. She started her career at one of the leading newspapers in Germany, where she experienced the buzz of the first launch of the paper’s web portal. Later she developed an award-winning HR portal

Simon Haeder simon.haeder@mail.wvu.edu West Virginia University Assistant Professor of Political Science Simon F. Haeder is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science in the John D. Rockefeller IV School of Policy & Politics at West Virginia University. His teaching and research interests include the public policymaking process, regulatory politics, lobbying and interest group politics, and healthcare policy. His most recent work has focused on such issues as

Jacqueline Carter Jacqueline.Carter@potentialproject.com Potential project International Partner & Director North America As an International Partner and the North American Director for Potential Project, Jacqueline helps leaders and organizations enhance performance, resilience and creativity through understanding and training the mind. She works with corporations including Cisco, Accenture, Marriott and Bank of America, to engage in a new way of working with greater focus, clarity and results. Jacqueline is co-author of

David M.C. Walker Queen’s University, Ontario Stauffer-Dunning Chair and Executive Director, Queen’s School of Policy Studies Dr. Walker is a Professor in the Departments of Emergency Medicine and Family Medicine in the School of Medicine, cross- appointed in the School of Policy Studies, at Queen’s University in Kingston. He was Director of the School of Medicine and Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences at Queen’s and Chief Executive

Rasmus Hougaard Rasmus.Hougaard@potentialproject.com Potential project Founder & Managing Director Rasmus Hougaard is the Founder and Managing Director of Potential Project, a global leadership training, organizational development and research firm. They help leaders and organizations enhance performance, innovation and resilience through mindfulness and other practices grounded in neuroscience and research. They partner with forward thinking companies like Cisco, LEGO, Accenture, Microsoft and 500+ other global clients helping create people centric

Antoine Parisi Twitter ParisiAntoine Europ Assistance Group Chief Executive Officer Antoine Parisi joined Europ Assistance on 9 September 2014 as Chief Executive Officer of the Europ Assistance Group. Antoine Parisi began his professional career in 1992 within the AXA Group, where he held various positions in the actuary field through to 1997. From 1997 to 2000, he held the post of Executive Deputy to the Head of Business Support US,

Morten Unneberg Insurope CEO Morten Unneberg is CEO of Insurope SCRL/CVBA and Head of the Insurope Network, which is one of the leading multinational pooling networks in the world with services in more than 85 countries. Morten has more than 25 years of experience with Employee Benefits, and has been involved in international operations for the last 15 years. Prior to joining Insurope in 2012, he was a Senior

Nathalie Devillier nathalie.devillier@grenoble-em.com Grenoble Graduate School of Business (Grenoble École de Management) Professor of Law Nathalie Devillier LL.D. is Associate Professor of Law at Grenoble Graduate School of Business (Grenoble Ecole de Management) since 2009. Doctor of Laws, she likes speaking into a microphone on France Culture with Christine Ockrent and in the radio programme Du grain à moudre or on LCI a TV channel to alert the public on

Chris Simpson Queen’s University, Ontario Professor of Medicine and Vice-Dean (Clinical), School of Medicine Chris Simpson was born in Moncton in 1967 and raised in Nackawic, a small pulp mill town of 1,000 people in western New Brunswick. Torn between pursuing a career in music or medicine, he obtained a BSc at the University of New Brunswick while playing saxophone with The Thomists, a 20-piece big swing band based in