Lisa Eberhart | Director of Nutrition and Wellness at North Carolina State University
Shahid “Sean” Hashmi, MD | Kaiser Permanente
Eugenio Luigi Iorio, MD, Ph.D.
Dr. Eugenio Luigi Iorio, M.D. Ph.D. is an eclectic researcher with many different field of medicine. According to his research, the identification and the control of oxidative stress, an emerging health risk factor related to the dysregulation of redox systems, may play a relevant role in the prevention and treatment of life-style related disorders.
After 15 years of research he founded in 2007 the International Observatory of Oxidative Stress (IOOS), a no-profit scientific network of more than 3,000 researchers living in 35 different Countries, which main goal is to translate into the clinical practice the basic knowledge on free radicals and antioxidants as the ancient modulating mechanism of all living functions.
As the President of IOOS Iorio promotes and realises worldwide programs aimed to improve or to maintain the quality of life through personalised interventions on life-style, by using the redoxomics approach that allows to measure the level of oxidative stress even in real time. More recently he integrated the redoxomics with the lipidomics (i. e. the identification and the quantification of fatty acids on plasma membranes).
In 2014 he funded the Popular University of Lifestyle Medicine in the heart of Cilento’s region (Southern Italy) i. e. the region were professor Ancel Keys made the first studies on the relationships between Mediterranean diet and health.
Dr. Iorio holds a Medical Doctor degree (MD), a Doctorate in Biochemical Sciences (PhD), and (post)-graduated in Clinical Chemistry and Biochemistry (Specialist); he is President of the Università Popolare “Medicina degli Stili di Vita – Lifestyle Medicine” (Ascea, Italy); President of the International Observatory of Oxidative Stress (Salerno, Italy); Teacher at University Master “Aesthetic Medicine and Wellness”; Editor in Chief of the European Journal of Aesthetic Medicine and Dermatology. Some affiliations: Italian Association of Andrologists (ASSAI) (directory board); Medical Association Kousmine Italy (AMIK) (directory board); International Society of Regenerative Medicine and Surgery (SIMCRI) (scientific board); Japanese Society of Comprehensive Pain Medicine (honorary member); World Society Interdisciplinary Antiaging Medicine (WOSIAM) (member); Italian College of Medical Doctors and Dentists (FNOMCeO) (member); Italian Association of Antiaging Medicine (AMIA) (member); American College of Lifestyle Medicine (member); Farmagourmet – Pharmacies and Restaurants Associated (member).