Jon Denoris is a Master's level exercise scientist, celebrity fitness coach and founder of fitness Studio Club 51 in Mayfair. He has trained thousands of personal trainers himself as a Nike Master Trainer and Brand Ambassador and was fitness expert for Channel 4 series 10 Years Younger.Click for full-profile
Donna Dickenson, Emeritus Professor of Medical Ethics at the University of London, specialises in presenting thorny ethical issues about the new biotechnologies to a wide popular audience. In 2006 she won the International Spinoza Lens Award for her contribution to public debate on ethics—becoming the first woman to be awarded the prize, whose other winners have included Edward Said, Michael Walzer and Richard Sennett.
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Louise Foxcroft is a prize-winning historian and journalist, an occasional tutor at the University of Cambridge, and a Non-Alcoholic Trustee for Alcoholics Anonymous.Click for full-profile
Rosalind Jana is a writer, blogger and student. She was recently voted one of the ten most influential people in the writing/publishing category in the Guardian/Hospital Club 100 List. She is represented by Models One.Click for full-profile
Dr Simon Singh OBE is a science broadcaster and the bestselling author of Fermat's Last Theorem. He has recently worked closely with the Libel Reform Campaign, after his high profile court case with the British Chiropractic Association.Click for full-profile
Dr. David Stuckler, MPH, PhD, speaks on the economics of global health. He is co-author of THE BODY ECONOMIC: Why Austerity Kills.Click for full-profile
Adam Wishart is a writer and an award-winning documentary filmmaker. His work often deals with the conflict that exists between economics and medical ethics.Click for full-profile