Habib Frost is an entrepreneur, inventor, researcher and physician. He graduated as the youngest Medical Doctor in Denmark at the age of 23. Habib was selected for the Forbes 30 under 30 in 2017 for his work as founder & CEO of Neurescue, where he developed the first computer-aided aortic occlusion catheter for the treatment of cardiac arrest patients. Habib has developed medical sensors & robotics and worked with the gene editing technology CRISPR. He is certified as a Trauma Team Leader by the American College of Surgeons (ATLS). In 2015, Habib won Denmark’s Global Impact Challenge and earned a 10-week scholarship at NASA’s Ames Research Center in Silicon Valley.