Professor of Biomedical Engineering

Adjunct Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences at the University of Sydney

Dr Ann Liebert (PhD) is a world-renowned Australian scientist with over 30 years of clinical experience treating previously intractable conditions such as Parkinson’s disease and chronic headache. She is an Adjunct Senior Lecturer in the Department of Medicine at Sydney University, Coordinator of Photomolecular Research at the SAN Hospital and has accepted an offer of…

Professor and Consultant Neurologist

Njideka U. Okubadejo is a Professor of Neurology and Consultant Neurologist specializing in Movement Disorders at the College of Medicine, University of Lagos, Nigeria. She trained at the National Postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria (1992–1998), with additional observership at Howard University, Washington DC (1997/98), and a Visiting Clinical Fellowship in Movement Disorders sponsored by the…

Multi-award winning producer, broadcaster and investigative journalist.

Dr Norman Swan is Australia’s most respected health journalist, broadcaster and commentator and is in high demand as a facilitator and speaker. Dr Norman Swan has emerged as the go-to health correspondent during the COVID19 pandemic and is regarded as one of the most trusted voices in the country on Coronavirus. He hosts the daily…

INSIGHT Summit & PD Warrior Founder, Specialist Neurological Physiotherapist

Melissa McConaghy is the founder of PD Warrior and the INSIGHT Summit. She has become a global thought leader on how to slow the progression of Parkinson’s symptoms and on teaching people how to live their best life possible, in spite of and often because of Parkinson’s

Prof. Teo was, and remains, instrumental in the development, dissemination and acceptance of the concept of keyhole minimally invasive techniques in neurosurgery. His innovative approach to neurosurgical and neurological conditions was demonstrated while in the USA when he established and directed both the Arkansas Pediatric Neuro-oncology Clinic (APNOC) and the UAMS Movement Disorder Clinic. Together…

Professor of Neurology

Fighting Neurodegeneration with Machine Learning

Martin Bringmann is a biomedical researcher with a great scientific interest in the nexus of life- and computer science. He got his scientific training in cell and molecular biology at the Max Planck Society as well as Stanford University. He serves as CSO and board director at OccamzRazor.