Patrick Gallen is an advisor and futurist that works primarily at the nexus between public and private actors in healthcare. His focus is on generating and implementing the ideas, concepts, and frameworks for decision making that aim to shape the future of healthcare. Patrick has worked with a diverse range of clients and partners on local, regional, and international projects related to the future of healthcare. Patrick can conduct research in English and all of the Scandinavian languages as well as present in English and Danish.
Patrick has a background in healthcare, law, and public administration. Patrick obtained a bachelor’s degree in Politics and Law from The New School in New York City in 2016 and a master’s degree in International Public Administration and Politics from Roskilde University in Denmark.
Prior to joining the Institute, Patrick worked as a university research assistant and assistant lecturer in constitutional law in New York City and a business development associate and market researcher in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Patrick is originally from Pennsylvania in the United States and has no biological Danish family but is fluent in Danish. He and his partner – also an expat from Norway – only speak Danish together at home.