Dr. Anne Dwertmann

"Innovations originate in an environment that is characterised by variety and active exchange. For this purpose, new forms of cooperation must be risked and experienced in all sectors."

Focus of work

  • Biomedical research
  • National and international research cooperations
  • Public-private partnerships

Curriculum vitae

Dr Anne Dwertmann studied human biology/biomedical science at the University of Marburg, specialising in molecular biology, biochemistry and genetics. She completed her doctorate in molecular cancer research at the Theodor Boveri Institute at the University of Würzburg. Since 2013, she has been working at the Institute for Innovation and Technology (iit) at the VDI/VDE-IT as a researcher for the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), department New Methods in the Life Sciences; Biotechnology; Drug Development.

Publications

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Apt, Wenke; Botthof, Alfons; Bovenschulte, Marc; Dwertmann, Anne; Ferdinand, Jan-Peter; Gabriel, Peter; Katrin Gaßner; Hartmann, Ernst Andreas; Kappel, Marcel; Kirste, Moritz; Krumm, Stephan; Krune, Edgar; Lutze, Maxie; Mah, Dana-Kristin; Otto, Stephan; Paulicke, Prisca; Priesack, Kai; Rohde, Marieke; Schmalz, Antonia; Schürholz, Markus; Spitzner, Eike-Christian; Stubbe, Julian; Thielicke, Robert; Waldburger, Martin; Wangler, Leo; Wessels, Jan; Wilsch, Benjamin; Wischmann, Steffen; Zinke, Guido; Mangelsdorf, Axel; Büching, Corinne (2018): Künstliche Intelligenz. Technologie – Anwendung – Gesellschaft