C O L L E G E o f A R C H I T E C T U R E a n d t h e B U I LT E N V I R O N M E N T 4 International Smart and th Healthy Cities Symposium Presented by the Institute of Smart and Healthy Cities at Thomas Jefferson University, Università IUAV di Venezia, Italy, and AARP PA Friday, October 21 Visit Jefferson.edu/CABEevents for full details. SPEAKER BIOS Panel II: Drivers for Change: Population Health, Technological Innovation, Built Environment, Entrepreneurship Francisco Musco, PhD Supporter of a multidisciplinary approach to city Professor, Urban and environmental planning, Musco focuses his Planning, Università research activity on the relationship between Iuav di Venezia urban planning, sustainability and resilience, with particular attention to sustainable urban regeneration processes and the implementation of local plans and their contribution to "climate- proof planning". Musco is a professor in Urban Planning at the Department of Architecture and Arts – Dr. Steffen Lehmann Università Iuav di Venezia. Trained in Professor, Architecture architecture and urban planning, Musco and Urbanism, completed his PhD in 2007 with a dissertation in University of Nevada “Analysis and Governance for Sustainable Development”. Musco is the director of the graduate degree program in Planning and Dr. Steffen Lehmann is a Professor of Architecture Policies for Cities, Territory and Environment and Urbanism at the University of Nevada where and director of the Erasmus Mundus Master he is also Founding Director of the Urban Futures Course on Maritime Spatial Planning. He is also Lab. He holds an AA Dipl. from the Architectural Deputy Director for Research and member of Association School of Architecture London, and a the board of directors for CORILA Consortium Ph.D. from the TU-Berlin. For 30 years, he has for Coordination of research activities researched the relationship between urban concerning the Venice Lagoon System. design, high-performance architecture, sustainability and climate change, and his published books have become standard reading at architecture and planning schools worldwide. For more information: www.city-leadership.com Luke Leung She is a faculty affiliate of the Dornsife School Principal, SOM of Public Health’s Urban Health Collaborative and a member of the strategic council for the Luke is a LEED Fellow; school’s Ubuntu Center on Racism, Global ASHRAE Fellow; ASHRAE Movements, and Population Health Equity. Dr. Epidemic Task Force Schinasi’s current research is at the intersection Commercial Team Leader; of climate vulnerability, climate adaptation, and ASHRAE Task Force for Building health equity. She is particularly interested in Decarbonization Embodied Carbon/LCA work conducting research to inform the design of group leader; ASHRAE Directors-at-Large; inclusive climate adaptation strategies that Carbon Leadership Forum MEP 2040 founding promote health equity. Among her recent member; City of Chicago Decarbonization publications are ones describing links between Task Force; AIA COVID-19 Task Force, BOMA structural racism and urban heat vulnerability; Toronto Health Committee Co-Chair; Chair of extreme heat and childhood asthma morbidity; ASHRAE “Environmental Health Committee”; and green spaces and neighborhood ASHRAE Distinguished Lecturer; Former Chair gentrification processes. of ASHRAE TC 9.12 on Tall Buildings; Former Board of Directors for USGBC, Illinois; Industry Dario Trabucco, PhD Advisory Board for IN2 start-up incubator Associate Professor, program with US National Renewable Energy Building Technology, Laboratory. He is the wide firm Principal of the Università Iuav di Venezia Sustainability Engineering Studio for Skidmore, Owings and Merrill LLP. His work includes Burj Khalifa, the current world’s tallest building, and other four of the top 20 tallest buildings in the Dario Trabucco, PhD., is an associate professor world. . Other work also included General in Building Technology at IUAV. He graduated Motors Global Headquarters, Beijing Finance cum laude from IUAV in 2004 and obtained a Street, US Census Bureau, US Air Force PhD in Building Technology from the University Academy CCLD, US Embassy in Beijing, BBVA of Ferrara in 2009. He served as Tenured Tower in Mexico City, LG Art Hall in Seoul, Researcher from 2012 to 2018, specializing in Korea; Master planning of XiongAn – the the design of tall buildings, LCA analysis, and millennium plan of China, and numerous other elevator technologies. significant tall and large projects. He spent 12 months at the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, working at the Council Dr. Leah Schinasi on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) Assistant Professor, until February 2014. Since 2015, Dario has been Environmental and a CTBUH Research Manager, serving as PI in Occupational Health, most of the CTBUH Research Projects through Dornsife School of Public an official partnership between IUAV and Health, Drexel University CTBUH. His research activity focuses on different aspects of tall building design, Leah Schinasi is an environmental and construction and management. His research occupational epidemiologist and an Assistant activity is also focused on the integration of Professor of Environmental and Occupational elevators in the accessibility of buildings and Health at Drexel University’s Dornsife School of urban areas. He is the author and co-author of Public Health. over 80 scientific publications. Panel II: Opening Remarks & Moderators Ignazio R. Marino, MD, ScD Katie DiSantis, PhD, MPH Professor of Surgery, Sidney Associate Professor, Public Kimmel Medical College, Health, Thomas Jefferson Executive Vice President for University International Innovative Strategic Ventures, Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health, Dr. DiSantis holds a Doctorate in Public Health Executive Director, Jefferson and MPH in Community Health Education Italy Center, from Temple University, and a Bachelor’s Former mayor of Rome degree in Biobehavioral Health from Penn State University. Her major research interests focus on identifying and analyzing the social, Ignazio R. Marino, MD, ScD is executive vice behavioral, and neighborhood factors that president of Jefferson International Innovative impact infant feeding behaviors and childhood Strategic Ventures. He is a trailblazer in transplant obesity risk. Dr. DiSantis’ recent research medicine who has also held high public office as assesses the healthfulness of family food a senator of the Republic of Italy and mayor of purchases and the influence of school and Rome. Born in Genoa, Italy, Dr. Marino earned a neighborhood food environments on child degree in medicine and surgery from the Catholic weight status. She has published in top public University of Rome and then trained at the two health, medical, and nutrition journals most prestigious transplant centers in the world: including Pediatrics, International Journal for the Transplantation Institute of Cambridge Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, University and the Thomas E. Starzl American Journal of Public Health, American Transplantation Institute at the University of Journal of Preventative Medicine, Appetite, and Pittsburgh. In 1989, he accepted a position at the the International Journal of Obesity. University of Pittsburgh, where he was appointed Yocasta Lora professor of surgery. He has been associate Associate State Director of director of the National Liver Transplant Center of Advocacy & Community the Veterans Affairs Medical Center of Pittsburgh, Engagement, AAP director of the European Medical Division of the Pennsylvania University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, and founding director and CEO of the Mediterranean After receiving a bachelor degree from La Salle Institute for Transplantation and Advanced University, Lora worked in HR and Finance at Specialized Therapies. At Jefferson, he is Flynn & O’Hara, a uniform company. Lora then professor of surgery and has previously served as director of the Division of Liver Transplantation went on to serve as the Director of Programs and Hepatobiliary Surgery as well as director of for the Greater Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber the Division of Transplantation. of Commerce. At the chamber of commerce, Lora managed and supported the two largest Carlo Federico dall'Omo programs at the chamber — the Small Business Doctoral Researcher, Development and Education program and the Università Iuav di Venezia Professional Mentoring Network program. In 2015, she joined AARP. Lora works to develop strategic partnerships with community organizations, local government, and business in the Southeast region to deliver impact, Carlo Federico dall’Omo is a PhD candidate at relevance and engagement to the 50+ Università Iuav di Venezia. He is a researcher in population. the Planning & Climate Change Lab, working on European projects oriented towards territorial cooperation for adaptation to the impacts of climate change.