Nana Bit-Avragim is a life sciences professional and health care expert. Being a clinician-scientist with a focus on molecular cardiology and genetics and a forward thinker, Nana is passionate about new life sciences technologies and believes that innovation means adapting to the future.
Currently, she is running the Digital Health & Life Sciences program at SingularityU Germany to help to align the latest technological developments in the healthcare and life sciences industries into society. Singularity University (SU) is an executive education organization based on NASA Research Park in Silicon Valley. SU Germany is a European hub of the global SU, which provides a broad scope of on and off campus educational programs and innovative partnerships to help individuals, academia, entrepreneurs, investors, NGOs and governments to better understand exponential technologies and how to address it to the existing challenges.
Nana enjoys communicating across borders and cultures. Besides being a social media nerd who loves tweeting about digital health, medical innovations and open science, Nana enjoys performing Art & Science projects with her friends, including renowned jazz musicians from the US and Canada.