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Speakers Bureau

Brooke Grindlinger, PhD, Chief Scientific Officer, Scientific Programs & Blavatnik Awards
Celina Morgan-Standard, Senior Vice President, Global Business Development

Celina Morgan-Standard, Senior Vice President, Global Business Development

Douglas Braaten, PhD, Chief Scientific Officer, Scientific Publications; Editor-in-Chief, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences

Douglas Braaten, PhD, Chief Scientific Officer, Scientific Publications; Editor-in-Chief, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences

Speakers Bureau


New York Academy of Sciences program officers have expertise in a broad range of disciplines and are available for speaking engagements and interviews on the following topics:

Health and Nutrition

Nutrition science, nutrition in developing countries, food security, food aid, nutrition through the lifecycle, the role of nutrition in public health, implementation of programs to promote nutrition in developing nations, micronutrients, nutrition in aging and the brain:

Life Sciences

Molecular biology, immunology, virology, HIV, pathogenesis:

  • Douglas Braaten, PhD, Chief Scientific Officer, Scientific Publications; Editor-in-Chief, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences

Alzheimer’s disease:

STEM Policy, Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Innovation, innovation challenge design, supporting/promoting a knowledge-based economy including entrepreneurship strategies/policies/programs:

STEM Careers/Women in STEM

Non-traditional career tracks in science; career development, mentoring, publishing for early career researchers, scientific awards:

STEM Education/Workforce Development

STEM education, gifted and talented education, education technology, STEM education in formal and informal settings, comparative education policy, gender & equality issues in STEM, STEM education & workforce development, virtual mentoring, professional development for early career scientists and engineers:

Technology Trends & Sustainable Development

Technology trends, technology strategy and governance, environmental standards, green technology, sustainable development, supply chain transparency, software engineering:

If you are interested in arranging an interview or speaking engagement with one of our speakers please contact Marie Gentile (Mgentile@nyas.org) or Robert Birchard (rbirchard@nyas.org) for more information.