Luis Fernandez-Luque is scientist at the Qatar Computing Research Institute where he researches on advance computing approaches to tackle major health problems. Luis Fernandez-Luque has more than 54 scientific publications indexed in Scopus, 72 in Google Scholar. He has 1070 citations in Google Scholar, 1057 in the last five years. He holds a Bachelor (2004) and Master (2006) in Computer Engineering from the University of Seville (Spain). During this period he worked in health informatics projects in the University of Applied Science of Stralsund (Germany), Polytechnical University of Valencia (Spain) and Ayesa Consulting (Spain). In 2007, he started to work at the research institute Norut (Tromso, Norway) in several health informatics national and international research projects while being PhD student at the University of Tromso. During 2011, he was a PhD student visitor at GroupLens at University of Minnesota (USA) and CHIP Research Group of the Harvard-MIT Health Sciences and Technology (HST) (USA). He graduated in 2014 with PhD in Computer Science at the University of Tromso (Norway). During his work as researcher at Norut (promoted to senior researcher in 2015) he participated as PI and Co-PI in several national and international research projects in health informatics. He has been heavily involved in Health Social Media research becoming chairman of the Social Media Working Group IMIA (International Medical Informatics Association). He is active member of the medical informatics research community, including editorial work, Scientific Program Committee in leading conferences, etc. Luis Fernandez-Luque is also co-founder and scientific advisor of Salumedia Tecnologias, spin-off of the University of Seville (Spain).