Professor Middleton holds the chair of Neuroepidemiology and Ageing Research at the School of Public Health. He is, also, Honorary Consultant with the Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust Hospitals.
Learning and Educational Expert
Laurie Owen works as a learning & development manager at Home Instead Senior Care.
Sylvia is the Grants Officer and Office Manager for the Kensington and Chelsea Social Council (KCSC).
Lecturer at the Faculty of Medicine of University of Coimbra and Honorary Research Fellow at the Cicely Saunders Institute of King's College London.
João O. Malva is Past-President of the Portuguese Society for Neuroscience.
Dan Wieberg is Director of Global Public Relations at Home Instead Senior Care. He leads public relations and marketing initiatives for the corporate office and franchise network, which encompasses more than 1,100 offices in 12 countries.
Ricardo Rueda, MD, PhD, MSc is the Global Mobility and Metabolism Platform leader, and the Head of Scientific Affairs in the EMEA Region (Europe, Middle East and Africa) in Abbott Nutrition.
Melek is a physician, data scientist, and a public health expert. He is currently a research fellow at the Neuro-Epidemiology and Ageing Research at Imperial College London School of Public Health.
Eric Asaba is an associate professor and appointed head of the division of occupational therapy at Karolinska Institutet.
Michael W. Hodin, Ph.D. is CEO of the Global Coalition on Aging, Managing Partner at High Lantern Group, and a Fellow at Oxford University’s Harris Manchester College. Mike is also a featured blogger for The Huffington Post and at The Fiscal Times, under the Age and Reason Blog.
Professor Kivipelto identified modifiable and treatable risk factors for dementia/AD, including interactions between genetic and environmental factors. She developed the first tool to predict dementia risk 20 years later based on midlife risk profiles (CAIDE Dementia Risk Score, mobile app available "Dementia Risk Tool").
MOOC Development Coordinator
Anneliese has been active as a project manager at KI in EIT Health projects since 2016 and helps to coordinate the MOOC course development for CARE Campus.
Professor, Wee Kim Wee School of Communication & Information
Dr. Theng Yin Leng is Professor, Acting Executive Director at the Ageing Research Institute for Society and Education, Nanyang Technological University and Interim Director, NTU-WSH Institute Research Centre. She is also the Founding Director of the Centre of Healthy and Sustainable Cities (CHESS) at the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information, and Research Director at the Research Strategy and Coordination Unit (President’s Office), Nanyang Technological University (NTU, Singapore).
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