Florian is a member of the European Observatory’s London hub based at LSE Health. His work focuses on evidence-informed health policy and health care for strengthening health systems in Europe, and particularly on the Observatory’s analytical pillar on health systems innovation and the way organisational change is adopted. He supports country monitoring and contributes to knowledge brokering with evidence briefings and policy dialogues.
Florian is also central to the collaboration with the WHO Regional Office for Europe (EURO), Division of Country Health Policies and Systems and is bringing inputs and evidence in the areas of health systems performance and governance, with a focus on essential health services during health emergencies.
Prior to joining the Observatory, Florian was a Junior Professional Officer with the Integrated Health Services Department at WHO Headquarters in Geneva, working on quality of care, health services resilience, emergency preparedness and response. Before that, he worked at the International Department of Germany’s Federal Ministry of Health, as well as with the country’s National Association of Physicians.
Florian holds a doctorate in public health from the Charité Medical University in Berlin, a Master of Public Policy from the Hertie School of Governance in Berlin, and a BA from the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich.