Speakers at the 2018 London Wiley Society Executive Seminar



Terence Mauri is a global expert helping leaders innovate, adapt and succeed in the age of disruption in which massive yet hard-to-predict upheavals are expected. He is a keynote speaker, Inc. Magazine Columnist and author of the best selling book, The Leader’s Mindset: How To Win In The Age of Disruption. Terence examines the history of 21st century innovation, the speed of change, and the way traditional industries are being disrupted. His books, radio interviews and dynamic keynote talks showcase disruption case studies, lessons learned and clever insights to “future proof” your mindset and your strategy.



As Vice President, Editorial Development, Liz Ferguson is responsible for developing Wiley’s global journal programs, subscription and open access, and leads Wiley’s open access strategy. She also has a strong focus on data sharing policies and workflows that support researchers in archiving their data and making it publicly available. From 2004-2013 Liz was responsible for Blackwell then Wiley’s global program in organismal biology and played a significant role in launching Wiley’s Open Access program. Before then she held Publisher and other editorial positions at various publishing companies. Liz is in her second term on the Board of Directors of Dryad, a member of the External Advisory Board of DataONE and is on the organizing committee of the Conference on Open Access Scholarly Publishing since 2013.




John Foxe is the Killian J. and Caroline F. Schmitt Chair in Neuroscience, Director of The Del Monte Institute for Neuroscience, and serves as Chair of the Department of Neuroscience at The University of Rochester. His research investigates the neurobiological bases of neurodevelopmental and neuropsychiatric conditions such as Autism and Schizophrenia. He uses electrophysiological and neuroimaging techniques to understand how inputs from the various sensory systems are combined in the brain, and what happens when these multisensory integration abilities are impacted by disease.

John has authored and co-authored more than 250 research and clinical papers, book chapters, commentaries, and proceedings and serves as editor-in-chief of The European Journal of Neuroscience. Before joining the University in 2015, he was director of research for the Children’s Evaluation and Rehabilitation Center at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine.

Originally from Dublin Ireland, John read English and History at University College Dublin (1987) before completing his BS degree at Iona College, New Rochelle (1989). He obtained his MS and PhD in Neuroscience from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York City (1999).









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