Simone Boselli

  • Public Affairs Director

Simone Boselli

Simone Boselli joined EURORDIS in April 2017 as a Public Affairs Director.  

A member of the European and International Advocacy team, Simone contributes to European policy development and specifically represents EURORDIS in policy discussions on access to therapies, with a focus on reducing delays and inequalities, on the underlying challenges in the field of the value assessment, pricing and reimbursement of orphan medicines, and on current initiatives towards improved access (e.g. MoCA). He has contributed to the finalisation of the paper on 'Breaking the Access Deadlock to Leave No One Behind' and is engaged in finding new policy solutions for improving access to innovative therapies for people with rare diseases.

With a view to advance rare diseases as a public health priority at a global level, Simone also supports advocacy activities at Rare Diseases International and the further development of NGO Committee for Rare Diseases.

Simone brings to EURORDIS over ten years of experience in the European public affairs arena, having previously worked for two leading consultancies in Brussels and specialised in health advocacy and government affairs in particular. He has in-depth expertise in healthcare having devised and implemented advocacy campaigns at EU and national level on a range of global health issues from sustainable health systems, chronic diseases, healthy ageing to mental health, neurodegenerative diseases, malaria, TB and hepatitis C.

Simone graduated in Sciences of Communications at the University of Bologna and holds a post-graduate certificate in European Public Relations and Project Management from the Italian Institute of Commerce in Brussels.

Simone speaks Italian, English and French, and has a working knowledge of Spanish. 

Telephone: +32 2 274 06 13
Email: simone.boselli@eurordis.org

 
 
La voix des patients atteints de maladies rares en EuropeEURORDIS Donnant la voix, à l'international, aux personnes vivant avec une maladie rareRare Disease International Pour rapprocher patients, familles et experts sur un forum modéré multilingue, où partager leurs expériences. RareConnect Le programme Rare Barometer est une initiative d’EURORDIS qui vise à réaliser des sondages pour transformer les expériences des patients de maladie rare en faits et chiffres à communiquer aux décideurs politiques.Rare Barometer Campagne internationale de sensibilisation organisée chaque année le dernier jour de février, la Journée Internationale des Maladies Rares est une initiative d'EURORDISRare Disease Day Participez au plus grand événement réunissant tous les acteurs des maladies rares en Europe lors de Conférence européenne bisannuelle sur les maladies rares et les médicaments orphelins (European Conference on Rare Diseases and Orphan Products, ou ECRD). L'ECRD est une initiative d'EURORDISEuropean Conference on Rare Diseases