Innovation for Health - 13 February 2020
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Marcel Levi

CEO, University College London Hospitals

Marcel Levi is since 2017 Chief Executive of University College London Hospitals, a group of 7 academic hospitals in London. He is also Professor of Medicine at University College London and practising physician. Previously he was chair of the executive board of the Academic Medical Centre in Amsterdam and dean of the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Amsterdam. He has worked before in Perugia, Oxford, New York and Leuven. He has published more than 700 scientific articles and is member of the Royal Academy of Science (KNAW) in the Netherlands and the Royal College of Physicians in the UK. He is editor of a number of scientific journals and author of popular-scientific/educational books and columns.
Marcel Levi
University College London Hospitals
Annemarie Jorritsma
NVP
Rajiv Vaid Basaiawmoit
Aarhus University & Biosymfonix

Claudia Rijcken
pharmi

Inge Huitinga
Netherlands Brain Bank
Wiro Niessen
Erasmus MC, TU Delft & Quantib
Els Beirnaert
Aelin Therapeutics
Joep Muijrers
PureTech Health
Koenraad Wiedhaup
McKinsey & Company
Esther Talboom-Kamp
Saltro Diagnostics
Elise Meijer
Antwerp Management School & Accenture Strategy
Carine van den Brink
Axon Lawyers
Tim Knotnerus
AgomAb Therapeutics
Sjaak Vink
TheSocialMedwork
Hans Schikan
Topsector Life Sciences & Health
Thijn Brummelkamp
Scenic Biotech
Nadine Rouleaux
Maastricht University
Dharminder Chahal
SkylineDx, Van Herk Investsments, Swanbridge

Marianne van der Steen
RegMedXB & Maastricht University

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