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Building an Ecosystem for Wellbeing to be Focus of the 2018 Lake Nona Impact Forum


Feb 25, 2018

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Speakers include Elizabeth Blackburn, Sandi Peterson, Tom Insel, Toby Cosgrove, and a rare panel of four former Commissioners of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration


More than 250 of the nation’s leading health care entrepreneurs and innovators, academics, government officials and other thought leaders will discuss and develop solutions to improve health, wellbeing and sustainable living throughout the world at the 2018 Lake Nona Impact Forum held Feb. 28-March 2 in Lake Nona, Orlando, Fla. The sixth annual Lake Nona Impact Forum will focus on the ecosystem of wellbeing and feature a series of collaborative, action-oriented discussions about human longevity, the opioid crisis, the impact of healthy community innovation; progress and challenges in advancing health care; and promising health care technologies and start-ups, among other topics.

“The practice of health transcends the health care system and is relevant to our everyday environment,” said Gloria Caulfield, Executive Director of the Lake Nona Institute. “By convening some of the world’s most brilliant minds at the Lake Nona Impact Forum, we are able to put innovative thought into action that improves health, wellbeing and sustainable living at home and around the globe.”

This year’s presentations and conversations will be led by some of the nation’s foremost health and wellness leaders, including keynote speaker Sandi Peterson, Group Worldwide Chair of Johnson & Johnson. In addition, the Lake Nona Impact Forum will feature discussions about some of the most pressing health care issues today: national health care policy, epidemic of poor sleep, mental health, food system as a catalyst for health and wellbeing, understanding the importance of the immune system in relation to our lifelong health, and the opioid epidemic. A special panel will convene four former commissioners of the Food and Drug Administration who will discuss the FDA’s role in the 21st century.

Speakers and panelists include:

Elizabeth Blackburn, President of the Salk Institute, Recipient of the 2009 Nobel Prize in Physiology/Medicine
Steve Forbes, Chairman and Editor-in-Chief of Forbes Media
Deepak Chopra, MD, FACP, Founder, The Chopra Foundation; Co-Founder, Center for Wellbeing
Tom Insel, CEO & Founder, MindStrong, Former Director of the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)
Dr. Mehmet Oz, Professor of Surgery, Columbia University, and Host of “The Dr. Oz Show”
Toby Cosgrove, CEO and President, The Cleveland Clinic
Katrina Adams, Chairman of the Board and President of the USTA
Catherine “Cici” Bellis, U.S. Professional Tennis Player
Ivan Lendl, eight-time Grand Slam Champion and Coach for Andy Murray
Deborah DiSanzo, General Manager of IBM Watson Health
Patrick Geraghty, CEO, GuideWell & Florida Blue

The three-day symposium, developed by the Lake Nona Institute, is an invitation-only event inspired by the Aspen Ideas Festival. The event is set in Lake Nona, a 17-square-mile integrated, master-designed community in Orlando, home to one of the fastest-growing health and life sciences clusters in the nation and a model for the design of a comprehensive, healthy community that is the current focus of a longitudinal study by Johnson & Johnson known as the Lake Nona Life Project (liveworkparticipate.com) and home to WHIT (meetwhit.com), a living lab for the healthy home.

Lake Nona represents the whole ecosystem of wellbeing and the Lake Nona Impact Forum is designed to take a deep dive into the various components that comprise this environment. The event is a think-and-do tank, where novel ideas are not only discussed but can be tested and explored within the innovative Lake Nona community.

To help develop innovative solutions to challenges in achieving optimum health and related technology, the 2018 Lake Nona Impact Forum is hosted at the health and life sciences cluster of Lake Nona Medical City; host venues include the Nemours Children’s Hospital, University of Central Florida College of Medicine, the University of Florida Research & Academic Center, and the GuideWell Innovation Center.

The 2018 Lake Nona Impact Forum is presented by Johnson & Johnson, Innovation Sponsor KPMG, along with Founding Sponsors: Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation, GuideWell Innovation, Sharecare, and Tavistock Foundation; Impact Sponsors: Integrated Wellness Partners, Technogym, Florida Hospital, and Citibank, Roche, IBM Watson Health; Medical City Partners: Nemours Children’s Health System, University of Central Florida College of Medicine, UF Health; and Contributing Sponsors: Dr. Phillips Charities, PepsiCo, Siemens, United States Tennis Association, Boxer Capital, Sleepscore, Civi Biopharma; Community Sponsors: Orange County Government, City of Orlando, Orlando Utilities Commission, Broad and Cassel, HKS Architects, Gilbane, and Bioclinica Research.

To learn more about the Lake Nona Impact Forum and the Lake Nona Institute, visit http://www.LakeNonaImpactForum.org and http://www.LakeNonaInstitute.org. Follow us on Twitter at @LN_ Institute and at Facebook.com/LakeNonaInstitute. You can also join the conversation online using the hashtag #LNIF18.

About the Lake Nona Institute:

The Lake Nona Institute is a nonprofit, community-focused organization that incubates, activates and measures the impact of innovative technologies and programs that can become global models for building healthy, sustainable and inspired communities. The Institute focuses on programs based on: Health & Wellness, Education and Sustainability. At its core, Lake Nona Institute believes that individuals in the social context of a community can and do have a profound impact on wellness, education and sustainability.

About Lake Nona:

Orlando’s Lake Nona is one of the fastest-growing communities in America with more than 10 million square feet of world-class residential and commercial facilities. Adjacent to Orlando International Airport, the large-scale, master-designed community is home to thoughtfully designed neighborhoods, world-class education facilities, a Health & Life Sciences Cluster, a Sports & Performance District highlighted by USTA’s New Home of American Tennis – the largest tennis facility in the world, diverse work spaces, recreational facilities, retail centers, and entertainment venues encompassing the best Orlando has to offer with all the conveniences of a dynamic, vibrant community. Driven by a long-term vision, Lake Nona is committed to building an innovative community that inspires human potential whilst being focused on sustainable design, healthy living, and groundbreaking gigabit fiber optic technology. A smart and connected community, Lake Nona is wired for the future, providing a no-limits foundation for individuals and companies to thrive. For more information, visit http://www.lakenona.com.