Physician, Harvard Medical School
Keynote | Wednesday, April 26 | 1 – 2 p.m. ET
Dr. Aditi Nerurkar, MD, MPH is a Harvard physician, Forbes contributor, and an NBC News medical commentator. Her expertise is in the science of stress, resilience, and burnout. She offers insights in optimizing mental health, wellbeing, and productivity during the Covid-19 pandemic and beyond.
She is on faculty at Harvard Medical School in the Division of Global Health & Social Medicine and serves as the Co-Director of the Harvard Clinical Clerkship in Community Engagement. Prior, she worked in global public health in Geneva, Switzerland with a World Health Organization collaborating center.
Her work has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, CNN, NPR, and Oprah Magazine, as well as the Top Doctors issue of Boston Magazine. Her published research can be found in The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA).
Dr. Nerurkar is also a media and health contributor. She is a columnist for Forbes and can be seen on-air as a medical commentator for NBC News. Most recently, she was recognized by The Washington Post for her work amplifying the Covid-19 pandemic in India.
She is an internationally recognized speaker on with recent talks at the Forbes 30 Under 30 Summit, the Harvard Business School Women’s Conference, and as the keynote speaker for Dell Technologies.
The Reentry Phenomenon: A Blueprint to Navigate the New Normal
We’re navigating unchartered territory as we shift into the new era of the pandemic. Unlike early theories that the reentry phenomenon would resemble “The Roaring Twenties,” the reality is likely to be much more complex. In this talk, Dr. Aditi Nerurkar offers a data-driven, science-backed blueprint to maximize our potential for a smooth and seamless transition. Since change is perceived as an inherent stressor to our brain, this blueprint works with our biology rather than against it. By highlighting key, actionable and practical strategies, Dr. Nerurkar prepares the audience to make the cognitive leap into the new normal.