Steve Jobs once said: “The biggest innovations of the 21st century will be at the intersection of biology and technology.” Who would doubt this today, in the era of COVID, CRISPR and big data in healthcare?
Craig is a French-American with a lifelong passion for politics and government. Convinced of the need for cutting-edge science and innovation, he helps clients navigate the ever-changing Brussels regulatory landscape and develop a mindful and strategic approach to public affairs.
Currently wrapping up a Master’s in Bioethics at KU Leuven, Craig is certain that IT and biotech will further transform human life this century, particularly in the field of health. His studies have included writing on the impact of GDPR in healthcare and the ethics of therapeutic gene editing.
Prior to joining Acumen, Craig worked in a wide variety of roles involving blogging, journalism and communications, including for the German Press Agency (DPA), the European Commission and local government associations. He takes pride in his ability to concisely explain the sometimes arcane policy developments of Brussels so that citizens and businesses can understand the impact on them.
He is an occasional blogger at The European Futurist, where he writes on EU affairs, bio/tech policy and leadership.
- MA, Bioethics – KU Leven (2023)
- MA, History of International Relations – LSE (2009)
- BA, Modern History and Politics – University of Liverpool (2007)