Bogi Eliasen is the Director of Health at the Copenhagen Institute for Future Studies. He was born in the Faroe Islands and is educated in Political Science and International Law from the University of Aarhus, Denmark. He was previously employed by the Faroe Business Affairs and Ministry of Foreign Affairs and worked as a consultant over the last 20 years for politicians, the public sector and private companies. Notably, he intitated the first global population genome project: FarGen of the Faroe Islands. Eliasen is currently based in Berlin as a Richard von Weizeker Fellow at the Robert Bosh Academy, focusing on improving the German healthcare system and developing a concept for secondary prevention. Now as Director of Health at CIFS, Bogi has a holistic view on the future of personalized and preventive health, focusing on data, digital functions and genomics and their integration with health, which he has embodied in various projects and networks around the world.