What do you do if you are a medical doctor, neuroscientist, visionary entrepreneur, and TV profile, who has sung with Luciano Pavarotti and can fly airplanes?
You make science sexy, teach people how to live 150 years and help them understand how their brain works.
Internationally acknowledged for founding the first longevity clinic to use genetic analysis and other modern technology in preventive health examinations a decade ago, she has been the personal doctor and advisor to some of the world’s most prestigious business men, athletes and artists.
Dr. Mouna has been a pioneer in the field of preventive medicine during the last decade and a leading authority in longevity and the future of health. Today, she is a well-known and respected science communicator in Scandinavia and a popular face on the Swedish Today Show covering science, technology, future of health, and sharing her knowledge about how the brain works and how the future of technology will change everything from diseases to our social norms. She is also currently involved in this year’s Nobel Prize TV productions.
In addition to her medical carrier, she holds a Master’s degree in philosophy and speaks about the future of human life and technology with philosophical twists. “In ten years from now we will laugh to the fact that we went to a doctor when we were sick”.