Magdalene Rosenmöller

Magdalene Rosenmöller
  • Program Management and Implementation

Past Core Course:

  • Achieving Excellence in Project and Program Management

Managing the End of Malaria:

  • Breaking the Frame: Managing malaria eradication
  • Managing Interventions I: The Tanzania Case
  • Managing Interventions II: From control to eradication
  • Innovative Financing I: The IFFIM Case
  • Managing Innovation I: The CFW Case


Dr Magdalene Rosenmöller is a professor at IESE’s Operations Management Department teaches health sector management in the Master of Business Administration and executive education programs and is a regular visiting professor in European, Latin American, Asian, and African institutions, including CEIBS, Shanghai; and SBS, Nairobi. She shares the Academic Direction of IESE CRHIM, the Center for Research in Health Innovation Management. Her areas of specialization include management of health systems, health care and innovation, integrated care, European health and research policies, and global health issues.

Dr Rosenmöller gained executive experience spending two years as health economist at the World Bank’s Latin American and Caribbean Region. Frequently serving as expert in different assignments for the European Commission (health research and health policy), the European Parliament and ECDC, she has extensive experience in health policy and health research issues in Europe. She currently serves as scientific coordinator of several European research projects, including one on integrated care and another on health technology assessment. She served as expert evaluator on the Innovative Medicine Initiative (IMI): first interim evaluation (2011) and earlier, the social economic impact (2007). Other international assignments include studies on Innovative Financing for Global Health with the Brookings Institutions, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundations and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (2008-2010).

Dr Rosenmöller is a member of several international organizations including the International Health Economics Association and the European Health Management Association, on which board she served. She is author, editor/co-editor of a series of publications, such a chapter on IT Governance in health Care, and a book on Patient Mobility in the European Union (2005). She serves on the editorial boards of the European Union Public Health Portal and the Journal of Healthcare Management and as associate Editor of the International Journal of Integrated Care.

Dr Rosenmöller earned a Doctor of Philosophy in Health Policy from the University of London, a Medical degree from the University Louis Pasteur, Strasbourg, France, and Master of Business Administration from IESE.