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Through my diverse professional stations, I have gained a very comprehensive insight into the medical device industry. I am very happy to contribute this knowledge and look forward to finding practicable solutions for you.
SCIENTIFIC & REGULATORY EXPERT
Why PRO-LIANCEAt PRO-LIANCE I have the opportunity to further develop my knowledge and skills acquired over the years in a highly professional environment AND to support our customers in continuously improving their quality so that ultimately patients with various indications receive the best medical products.
ChallengeWith the diversity of medical devices comes the need to quickly find workable solutions to all sorts of challenges. Getting to grips with complex issues and finding “simple” solutions in a reasonable amount of time is difficult, but nothing is impossible.
My strengthsI like to analyze and implement the result in a goal-oriented way. At the same time I am ambitious and willing to work for the success in a team. Other qualities: reliable, loyal, dedicated.
What drives me Efficient, self-determined work is very important to me. I am a scientist through and through. There are rarely big successes to celebrate, even the small partial successes should be appreciated. Okay, I had to learn that first. Now it’s the feeling of having done meaningful work at the end of the day.
Who I amI live with my family near Freiburg im Breisgau, where others go on vacation. We spend a lot of time in the great outdoors and also like to go on long hikes when we travel to different countries to get to know the country and its people.
PRO-LIANCE GLOBAL SOLUTIONS GmbH, Muenster; QUNIQUE GmbH, Hamburg; Dr. Regenold GmbH/CE plus GmbH, Badenweiler, Germany
Sutter Medizintechnik GmbH; Stockert GmbH; Cortec GmbH; Schölly Fiberoptics GmbH all in or near Freiburg, Germany
Institut Straumann AG, Basel, Switzerland
Phadia AB (former Pharmacia Diagnostics AB) Freiburg, Germany
Biomax Informatics GmbH, Munich, Germany
GSF Neuherberg, Germany at the Molecular Epidemiology Working Group; University of Munich, Germany, Experimental Department of the Pathological Institute