A/Prof Forbes' work has resulted in more than 80 publications in highly ranked diabetes and related journals with excellent citation rates. Her research focuses on the biochemical process of advanced glycation and diabetes.
Associate Professor Les Sheffield is a Melbourne-based clinical geneticist and a specialist in the clinical interpretation of molecular genetic tests. He is a pioneer of pharmacogenetic testing in Australia
Ann-Mary Hromek has twenty years experience in wholistic therapies and specialises in nutritional and environmental medicine. She is an experienced group facilitator and lecturer and an integral part of the ACNEM education team.
Ben Greenfield is a coach, author and speaker who has been voted by NSCA (National Strength & Conditioning Association) as America's top Personal Trainer. His company, Greenfield Fitness Systems works with individuals to improve body appearance and health, and brain performance. Visit <a href="http://www.bengreenfieldfitness.com" title="Ben Greenfield Fitness">www.bengreenfieldfitness.com</a>to access his fresh, expert content.
Carl Honoré is an award-winning journalist and author. The Wall Street Journal hailed him as “an in-demand spokesman on slowness.” His first book, In Praise of Slow, examines our compulsion to hurry and chronicles a global trend toward putting on the brakes.
David is the MD of QOH which is a Sydney-based occupational health, safety and rehabilitation services provider. David is also MD of Drug and Alcohol Solutions Australia which has hundreds of staff across Australia helping organisations deal with drug and alcohol issues.
Author, speaker, doctor and health industry consultant, Dr Joe Kosterich wants you to be healthy, look and feel great to get the most out of life. Connect with Dr Joe at <a href="http://www.drjoe.net.au/">www.drjoe.net.au</a> or follow his blog at <a href="http://www.drjoetoday.com/"> http://drjoetoday.com</a> .
Professor Merlin Thomas is Professor of Medicine at Melbourne’s Monash University, based in the Department of Diabetes. He is both a physician and a scientist. Merlin has a broader interest in all aspects of preventive medicine and ageing. He has published over 270 articles in many of the worlds’ leading medical journals
Fiona Tuck is a Skincare Expert, Nutritional Medicine Practitioner and an accredited member of the Australian Traditional Medicine Society. Her in-depth knowledge and insight into future trends within the health industry has made her a sought-after media expert. Fiona’s holistic approach to nutritional health is driven by her mantra: “Nutrition is the grass roots of good health".
Helen loves the richness of people’s stories and sees them as the source of inspiration for strategies that support and develop their well-being. As a wellness coach, she uses listening as an effective prompt to guide people towards their own solutions.
A leading Exercise Physiologist and Nutritionist with over 20 years experience, Ian provides a wide range of exercise and nutrition services and has a unique expertise in the exercise and nutritional management of athletes with fatigue and overtraining-related problems.
Whilst wielding a couple of dumbbells in a gym class in 2003, Kate experienced an epiphany around the lack of accepted best practice guidelines when it came to staying well and avoiding disease. Kate realized that she had no chance of slowing her own aging process unless she became better educated about her options.
Michelle Thiaville is a research scientist who is interested in the connections between personal genetics, nutrition, and cancer. She has published multiple articles in prominent scientific journals detailing her findings.
Dr. Michelon is a scientist, educator and a writer specializing in brain fitness. She is the Director of The Memory Practice, where she develops challenging cognitive exercises to help adults keep their brain fit. Her latest book is Max Your Memory, a compendium of exercises and techniques to help boost memorization and recall.
Tracey is a passionate advocate for preventative health. After growing up in a country where adequate health services are offered free to everyone, she believes it is vitally important to give back to those who aren't afforded such health opportunities.