Magda Rosenmoller holds a Ph.D. in Health Policy (University of London), a Medical Doctor (University Louis Pasteur, Strasbourg, France), and an MBA from IESE. She teaches the MBA elective on health innovation management at IESE, and health executive education in European, Asian, African and Latin American Business Schools. Her areas of interests are health management, managing innovation and entrepreneurship in health care & education, European health and research policies and global health.
She served as senior expert at the World Bank LAC Region (2001-2) and in different assignments for the European Commission (health research and policy), the European Parliament and ECDC, such as rapporteur on the Role of Universities in Regional Development (2013), and the Innovative Medicine Initiative (IMI). She assumed scientific coordination of a series of H2020/ FP7 projects (since 2004), i.e. Europe 4 Patients, Project Integrate, SDH-Net; A leading role in EIT Health (since 2015) particularly in the Public Affairs Group and the CAMPUS activities: such as the Women Entrepreneurship Health (WEHealth) initiative and the collaboration with the Global Educators Network for Health Care Innovation and Entrepreneurship (GENiE). Currently she leads IESE’s task designing a sustainability concept for the IMI c4c Network (Clinical trials for Children). Publications include articles, cases and teaching material and a study on the Hospital of the Future (IESE, 2016).