Digital Election of the Steering Committee: BIH Platform/Tranlsation Hub Multi Omics

Nearing one year of successful Platform/Hub activities, the BIH invites all Platform/Hub members to participate in the first online election of the Platforms’/Hubs’ Steering Committees. The voting period is June 2 – 14, 2020.

The members of the steering committees contribute their respective expertise to represent the scientific communities in all matters concerning the implementation and development of innovative technologies, methods and research structures within the Platforms/Hubs.

The new steering committees will be comprised of seven members each. Additionally, it is aspired to access the vast expertise provided by all Platform/Hub members whenever necessary. Steering committee members are elected by majority vote of the Platform/Hub members for a two-year term. The steering committees should have an adequate seniority distribution and comprise representatives of all relevant Platform/Hub topics and stakeholders. As part of its mission to realize equal opportunity, the BIH particularly encourages the representation of women in BIH committees as we aim to reach a share of 40% women in committees.

All members of the respective Platforms/Hubs have received an invitation via e-mail for taking part in the online election. If you are a member of several Platforms/Hubs, please make sure that you cast your vote for all of them.

The nominees of the respective Platforms/Hubs are listed below. Please click on the names of the nominees to see the (audio) presentations in which they outline their ideas and plans for the future development of the Platforms/Hubs.

Additionally, we would like to give all members the possibility for feedback and questions to the nominees. Therefore, you can register to the Slack channels listed below to address specific questions to the respective candidates.

Nominees for the Steering Committee of the Platform/Translation Hub Multi Omics

You can find a summary of the Platform’s/Hub's goals here and an overview of the steering committee’s tasks here. The steering committee of the Platform/Hub Multi Omics will be comprised of seven members: three clinicians and four researchers representing relevant omics technologies (Genomics, Proteomics, Metabolomics, Bioinformatics).

Members of the Platform/Hub Multi Omics can ask questions to the nominees in a dedicated Slack channel.

Bioinformatics

 

Prof. Dr. Nils Blüthgen

Charité

Dr. Naveed Ishaque

BIH, Charité

Genomics

 

Prof. Dr. Norbert Hübner

MDC

Dr. Jan Philipp Junker

MDC

Proteomics

 

Dr. Oliver Klein

BIH, Charité

Dr. Désirée Kunkel 

BIH, Charité

Dr. Philipp Mertins

BIH, MDC

Prof. Dr. Erich Wanker

MDC

Metabolomics

 

Dr. Jennifer Kirwan

BIH, MDC

Prof. Dr. Markus Ralser

Charité

Clinics

 

Prof. Dr. Nina Babel

Charité

Prof. Dr. David Capper

Charité

Prof. Dr. Angelika Eggert

Charité

Prof. Dr. Marcus Mall

Charité