Dr. Irrgang, Klaus MSPH, DrPH Associate Professor of Wellness, Chair of Department of Wellness, Faculty of Science, Burman University in Alberta, Canada. Born and raised in Germany and Primary and secondary education in Germany, undergraduate studies completed in Canada. MSPH and DrPH completed at Loma Linda University in California, USA.
Dr Ying Zhang MBBS, MMedSci, MSust, MEdu, PhD, Associate Professor, Academic Lead Student Life at Sydney School of Public Health, University of Sydney, Australia. Dr Ying Zhang is an epidemiologist with over 15 years' experience on conducting research on climate and health. Ying has a MBBS, Master of Medical Science, Master of Sustainability, Master of Education, and PhD in Public Health. Ying's research focuses on building community resilience to changing climate and environment, especially for the most vulnerable populations in the Asia Pacific Region. Ying is currently a Board member of Australian Climate and Health Alliance and Global Climate and Health Alliance, and Treasurer of the Australasian Epidemiological Association.
Illingworth Paul is the Head of Leicester School of Allied Health Sciences, De Montfort University, Leicester, England. He has extensive experience in Higher Education, UK National Health Service and England & Wales Prison Service College, where he integrated mental health awareness throughout the Prison Officer Entry Level Training. A former mental health nurse, manager and senior lecturer/researcher in Mental Health, he remains passionate about de-stigmatising mental illness and discrimination more widely.
Professor Newell Johnson CMG,FMedSci is a Honorary Professor of Dental Research at Griffith University, Australia and is one of the most cited dental researchers in Australia [CoogleScholar h-index of 50]. He has a long history of collaborative research involving colleagues and projects in all continents, and is an acknowledged expert on dental caries, periodontal diseases, oral cancer and potentially malignant oral disorders and other aspects of oral pathology. He holds honorary chairs to facilitate this work in several Australian Universities and universities in India, Kenya, South Africa and the West Indies. Notable are his election to the Academy of Medical Sciences in the UK and appointment by HM The Queen to Companion of the Most Excellent Order of St Michael and St George for his contributions to oral medicine and to public health internationally. As a long time educator of undergraduate and postgraduate students, and having served as former Dean of the Griffith School of Dentistry and Oral Health, he continues to be active in education research, especially in relation to health sciences and dentistry.