• Johanna Havemann
    Johanna Havemann

    With a background in Evolution and Developmental Biology, Dr. Johanna Havemann is a trainer and consultant in [Open] Science Communication and [digital] Science Project Management. Her work experience covers NGOs, a science startup and international institutions including the UN Environment Programme. With a focus on digital tools for science and her label Access 2 Perspectives, she aims at strengthening global science communication in general – and with a regional focus on Africa – through Open Science.

  • Toni Andreu
    Toni Andreu

    Toni Andreu is an M.D., Ph.D. specialised in genetics and genomics of rare diseases. He has been working in the field of neuromuscular disorders from a clear translational perspective, from basic science to the development of cell and animal models and clinical research. During his career he has published over 180 scientific papers, numerous book chapters and supervised several PhD programs. Toni is the current Scientific Director of EATRIS (The European Infrastructure for Translational Medicine), a position he has held since 2018.

  • Magdalene Rosenmöller
    Magdalene Rosenmöller

    Magdalene Rosenmöller is senior lecturer in the Department of Production, Technology and Operations Management at IESE Business School. She teaches the second-year MBA elective course on health sector management and also in other management institutions across Europe, Latin America, Africa ) and Asia. She is the Academic Director of CRHIM - the IESE Centre for Research in Health Innovation Management. She holds a Ph.D. in health policy from the University of London, UK; an M.D. from the Louis Pasteur University of Strasbourg, France, and an MBA from IESE Business School, Spain. She has been working with the World Bank, the European Commission and the European Parliament among others. She has extensive experience in global health policy and health research issues. Currently she has a leading role in EIT Health, in the innovation, accelerator and education area. One of her favorite projects is WEHealth, the Women Entrepreneurship Health programme.

  • Kjersti Storheim
    Kjersti Storheim

    Kjersti Storheim is head of The Research and Communication Unit for Musculoskeletal Health, Oslo University Hospital, Norway and professor at Faculty of Health Science, Department of Physiotherapy, Oslo Metropolitan University. She has been project leader for numerous randomized trials, like the Norwegian Disc Prosthesis study and the AIM-study (Antibiotics In Modic changes).