The 2021 event will be moderated by world-renowned journalists.
One of TV’s most respected medical journalists, Dr. Max Gomez has produced award-winning health and science segments for network stations in New York and Philadelphia. Dr. Max has reported for “Dateline,” “Today Show” and “48 Hours.” He is currently the senior medical correspondent for WCBS, the flagship CBS network station in New York.
Over more than three decades, he’s earned nine Emmy® Awards, three New York State Broadcaster’s Association awards and UPI’s “Best Documentary” award. Read more
Dr. Oz has won ten Daytime Emmy® Awards for “The Dr. Oz Show” and is an attending physician at NY Presbyterian-Columbia Medical Center.
Dr. Oz received his undergraduate degree from Harvard University and obtained a joint M.D. and MBA from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and Wharton Business School. Read more
Amy Robach is the co-anchor of ABC’s “20/20” and reports for “Good Morning America” (GMA) and across ABC News. For the past 25 years, Robach has traveled nationally and internationally to cover major news events. In 2015, Robach wrote a New York Times bestseller titled “Better: How I Let Go of Control, Held On To Hope, and Found Joy in My Darkest Hour" about her unexpected journey with breast cancer after being diagnosed following an on-air mammogram on GMA. Read more
Robin Roberts is co-anchor of ABC’s “Good Morning America” (GMA). Under her leadership, the broadcast has won numerous Emmy® Awards for Outstanding Morning Program and the 2017 People’s Choice Award for Favorite Daytime TV Hosting Team.
Roberts has been honored with the Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Journalism, was inducted into the Broadcasting & Cable Hall of Fame as well as the Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame, and named one of Glamour’s Women of the Year. She was voted the Most Trusted Person on Television by a Reader’s Digest poll in 2013. Read more
Freelance Medical and Science Writer and Former Wall Street Journal Medical Correspondent
Ron Winslow, a former senior medical correspondent and editor at The Wall Street Journal (WSJ), is a freelance medical and science writer. During a career at WSJ that spanned nearly 34 years, he wrote broadly about the intersection of innovation and economics in the U.S. health care system and covered many of the major advances in cardiology, oncology and other fields that have transformed medicine in the past quarter-century. Read more