Sarosh Anklesaria is a practicing architect, educator, and the T. David Fitz-Gibbon Professor of Architecture at Carnegie Mellon University. Anklesaria has taught architecture at The Yale School of Architecture, The School of Architecture at Taliesin, Cornell University, The Pratt Institute, Syracuse University, and CEPT University in India.
Anklesaria's writing, design projects, and research have been published in a variety of media including The Architectural Review, Domus, Architect’s Newspaper, and Design Today. He has also juried on the architecture and design grants panel for the NY State Council of the Arts. Anklesaria holds a diploma in architecture from CEPT University, Ahmedabad and a post-professional Master of Architecture from Cornell University.
Dr. Gerard Francisco is one of the USA's leading physicians in the field of brain injury, stroke rehabilitation and spasticity management. He is Chairman and Professor in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R) at McGovern Medical School at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) and an Adjunct Professor of PM&R at Baylor College of Medicine.
The Wulfe Family Chair Of Physical Medicine And Rehabilitation
Chairman And Professor, McGovern Medical School, Department Of Physical Medicine And Rehabilitation
Chief Medical Officer, TIRR Memorial Hermann Hospital
Director, NeuroRecovery Research Center
Assistant Clinical Professor at Yale University. As a Physiatrist, she specializes in spine and sports medicine. Dr. Tuakli directs the Sports Equity Lab—a think tank focused on dismantling inequities in sport (abuse) while amplifying sport’s role as a positive change agent against inequities in society (social exclusion of the disabled). Dr. Tuakli is Chair of the ISPRM Task Force on Physical Activity for Persons with Disabilities, and was the International Paralympic Committee’s inaugural welfare officer. As an athlete, Dr. Tuakli represented her native Ghana internationally in the women’s long jump until 2016.