What is Sciana: The Health Leaders Network?

Sciana is designed to bring together outstanding leaders in health and health care policy and innovation. The network provides members space to take inspiration and learning from across the globe, and time to share insights gained as well as their own experiences with peers, with whom they will work to address some of the shared challenges we are facing across Europe.

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Chair, Sciana Programme All Senior Ambassadors

Ilona Kickbusch
Director of the Global Health Centre and Adjunct Professor, Interdisciplinary Programmes, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva.

Programme Director All Senior Ambassadors

John Lotherington
John Lotherington is a program consultant at Salzburg Global Seminar, with particular responsibility for the Salzburg Global health and health care programs. Prior to that, he was director of the 21st Century Trust in London, which merged with Salzburg Global Seminar in 2007. John began his career in history education and maintains an interest in that area. His publications as editor and author include The Communications Revolution; Years of Renewal: European History 1470 to 1600; The Seven Ages of Life; The Tudor Years; introductions to The Florentine Histories by Niccolò Machiavelli, The Book of the Courtier by Baldassare Castiglione, and Inferno by Dante. He is a trustee of the Foundation for Democracy and Sustainable Development and a governor of Goodenough College, London, UK. 

Sciana Senior Ambassadors All Senior Ambassadors

Harry Burns
Strathclyde's Professor of Global Health. He also has a leadership position within the International Prevention Research Institute (IPRI).
Heyo Kroemer
Chairman of the Managing Board and Dean Medical School, University Medical Center Göttingen.
Thomas Zeltner
Thomas Zeltner, former secretary of health of Switzerland and director-general of the Swiss National Health Authority (1991-2009), has a long history as an innovative leader in public health.

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