A Brazilian-Faroese marine biologist (University of Copenhagen and the Arctic University of Norway), focus in marine mammal genetics and molecular biology. Interested in applying her knowledge in biology and genetics into global health and climate solutions
ADVISOR & FUTURIST
Degrees in social sciences and public administration (Roskilde University). Edited the Nordic Health 2030 Magazine. Is actively engaged in Movement Health 2030 in Europe and Middle East as an analyst and an advisor to national and international healthcare stakeholders
DIRECTOR OF HEALTH
A 20+ years consultant to Nordic and European politicians, NGOs and corporations, the initiator of the first population genome project in his native Faroe Islands. Has initiated the Nordic Health 2030 process. Plays the key role in Movement Health 2030. His focus is to enable sustainable and accessible health structures for all and facilitating the shift by building bridges between the fields of personal and public health.
Masters Student in Global Health at the University of Copenhagen, prior degrees in Healthcare Leadership (University of Birmingham & Manchester Business School) and Natural Sciences. Interests in social determinants of health, health behaviour, health tech and editing cifs.health
PhD Biomedical Science (University of Copenhagen). Applies her extensive research experience to health innovations. Interested in communicating scientific concepts. Develops and runs training programmes on future healthcare, is actively engaged with various stakeholders, inter alia, in Movement Health 2030 in Turkey
Gisela is from Peru; she has lived in Denmark for 29 years. Her background is in Molecular Biology, Genetics and Nutrition. She is part of the health team at CIFS where she is the project leader for the Health Movement 2030 in Latin America.
ASSOCIATED PARTNER DPhil in Organic Chemistry, lengthy experience in science and health policies. Headed research at RAND Europe, worked at The Centre for Health, Law and Emerging Technologies at the University of Oxford. Conducts research on roles of and interactions between various stakeholders in future health
JOE MAX WAKIM
ASSOCIATED PARTNER26+ years of experience in biomedical engineering, healthcare digitalisation and change management. Interested in the future of healthcare through synergies. Engaged in Movement Health 2030.
JOSÉ MANUEL JEREZ POMBO
ADVISOR & FUTURISTBackground in global health and biosciences (King’s College and the LSE). Current focus is in public health. Hopes to expand his horizon to include other areas such as digital health and personalized health
Degrees in enviornmental assessment (LSE), business (CBS) and mass media (Moscow State University). Develops concepts to digital components of present and future healthcare, edits cifs.health
LOURDES VELASQUEZ CARBERRA
Lourdes is from Peru, she is a biologist, with training and experience in Quality Management Systems and Food Safety. She has worked for more than 20 years in companies exporting food products. Lourdes has been working at CIFS since start 2022 as a scientific advisor, in Movement Health 2030 project in Latin America.
ADVISOR & FUTURISTPhD Business Studies, on offshore capacities and capabilities of Danish businesses. An external lecturer at CBS. Involved in development, rollout and administration of Movement Health 2030 from Latin America to Middle East
MEDICAL ADVISORMedical doctor, immunologist, with 10+ years experience in private and public hospitals. Coordinated strategic alliances in MediAcces, Mexico. Is actively involved in El Moviendo Salud 2030, the Movement Health 2030 in Latin America
PATRICK HENRY GALLEN
ADVISOR & FUTURISTDegrees in Politics, Law and International Public Administration from the USA and Denmark. Is engaged with multiple clients and partners on projects in future healthcare, from local to international. Focuses on Movement Health 2030 in Europe
SENIOR ADVISOR & FUTURISTBackground in Sociology and Cultural Studies and years of experience as an executive advisor (KMPG, Nordic Health Lab, Health Innovation Region Zealand) and a keynote speaker. Interested in socio-cultural determinants and lifestyle patterns
ASSOCIATED PARTNERA clinical genetist, PhD Radboud University, advisor to the Department of Genetics at UMC Utrecht, the Netherlands. Interested to develop genetics technologies into a transition context, to provide perspectives to future genetic healthcare