Aron Szpisjak is a futurist with a background in public administration and politics and a keen interest in preventive health, precision medicine, and the data that will enable them to become a reality.
At the Institute, Aron focuses on the future of health in the Nordics and beyond. Recently, he took part in facilitation of the Nordic Health 2030 process, which gathered over 30 decision makers from across the Nordics to discuss health data collaboration. Further, Aron served as an editor on the final report on the process: the Nordic Health 2030 Magazine, published in October of 2019 by CIFS. Since then he dove into projects across bridging Central and Eastern Europe with Northern Europe, and Latin America.
Aron has worked with both national and international stakeholders, as well as clients from both public and private organisations within – among other areas – the fields of health data and genomics. In addition, Aron has worked with Eastern European and Latin American partners in providing better personalised health services in the region.
Aron has an international mindset as he was born in Hungary but also lived three years abroad during his childhood in the United States. After graduating from high school, he took the initiative to try himself out in another foreign country, Denmark, where he took his university degree. Aron has lived permanently in Copenhagen since 2012.