Mattias Björnmalm has joined our association from Imperial College London where he led the project qBionano. He also brings experience from previous roles as Vice-Chair of Policy for the Marie Curie Alumni Association and as Editor for the science and policy journal Angle. He is an invited expert for the World Economic Forum since 2018.
Mattias obtained his BSc and MSc from Lund University and KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden, and his PhD from the University of Melbourne in Australia. He has a scientific background in engineering, nanoscience and biomedicine with dozens of publications in peer-reviewed journals.
As our new Advisor for Research & Innovation, he will (i) contribute to our aims and activities in research and innovation, (ii) advocate at European, national and regional levels, (iii) represent the association externally, and (iv) serve and advise our governing bodies, committees and task forces in research and innovation.
Mattias is fluent in English and Swedish, can be found on LinkedIn and Twitter, and reached via email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone +32 16 32 92 58. His personal webpage is https://bjornmalm.wordpress.com/