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13 September 2017

Reineke leads tech transfer at Geisenheim

Annette Reineke has been appointed vice-president of research at Geisenheim University, with technology transfer one of her responsibilities.

Author: Thierry Heles, editor

Geisenheim University has named Annette Reineke (pictured) as its new vice-president of research, putting her in charge of tech transfer, research promotion and junior scientific staff with leadership of the PhD board.

She replaces Manfred Großmann, who chose to step down from the position after three and a half years. She began her new job earlier this month.

Reineke is also head of the university’s Institute of Phytomedicine, a position she has held since 2006 after she completed her postdoctoral dissertation in plant protection and entomology.

She said: “I look forward to actively shape the development of our young university as new vice-president of research. I am particularly drawn to the further development of the close link between science and practical applications as well as interdisciplinary research.

“Geisenheim University offers unique potential across all of its fields of research.” [translated from German by Global University Venturing]

Geisenheim University was created in 2013 through a merger of Geisenheim Research Institute and the Geisenheim faculty at RheinMain University of Applied Science.

– Photograph courtesy of Geisenheim University

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