Dr Roozbeh Qodratnama studied biotechnology at the University of Mazandaran and stem cell technology at the University of Nottingham. During his doctoral studies, Dr. Qodratnama worked as an innovation consultant in the Technology Transfer Office at the University of Nottingham and advised SMEs on market analysis and strategic positioning of ATMP and medical devices.
As Manager for Innovation and Regulatory Affairs at a German life science company, he was responsible for market introduction and sales of medical devices in the Middle East, Horizon2020 project management, product classifications according to EU and FDA regulations and certifications in Europe. At EurA he is working as a project and network manager Life Science for innovative and medium-sized companies.
Dr Stephanie Papenmeier studied bio- and nanotechnologies at the University of Applied Sciences Iserlohn. Her master thesis project led her to Cambridge (UK), where she was part of the
development (programming and build up) of a habituation system for the fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster. For her doctoral studies at the Leibniz Research Center Borstel she worked on the effects
of stress on the immune system of the fruit fly.
At EurA Hamburg she works as project and network manager in the Life Science team.
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