Innovation for Health - 13 February 2020
Contact Investor Forum I4H Bootcamp
Innovation for Health - Shaping the future of healthcare

Marcel van Raaij

Director of Pharmaceutical Affairs and Medical Technology, Ministry of Health

Plenary programme

14:00 - 14:30
Panel discussion Pricing&Affordability

Since October 2014 Marcel van Raaij is the Director of Pharmaceutical Affairs and Medical Technology at the Ministry of Health in the Netherlands. The Directorate is responsible for the policy making on pharmaceuticals (from innovation, market access, safe use to pricing and reimbursement), medical devices and technology and tibessues and cells including organ donation policy.
Since 2016 Marcel van Raaij is appointed as chairman of the Steering Committee of the BeNeLuxA initiative where The Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Austria and Ireland are working together on sustainable access to medicines in their countries.

Marcel van Raaij studied Medical Biology at the State University of Leiden (The Netherlands) and received his PhD in Physiology at the same university.
At RIVM he led the Center for Integrated Risk Assessment before he became acting director for Nutrition, Medicines and Consumer Safety. From 2011 to 2014 he was Director of Environment and Safety.
Michel Dumontier
Maastricht University
Thijn Brummelkamp
Scenic Biotech
Hans Schikan
Topsector Life Sciences & Health
Inge Huitinga
The Netherlands Brain Bank
Sjaak Vink
Annemarie Jorritsma
Wiro Niessen
Erasmus MC, TU Delft & Quantib
Tim Knotnerus
AgomAb Therapeutics
Elise Meijer
Antwerp Management School & Accenture Strategy
Esther Talboom-Kamp
Saltro Diagnostics
Joep Muijrers
PureTech Health
Els Beirnaert
Aelin Therapeutics
Carine van den Brink
Axon Lawyers

Claudia Rijcken

Rajiv Vaid Basaiawmoit
Aarhus University & Biosymfonix
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Erasmus MC
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Gemeente Rotterdam
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AXON Lawyers
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