Today (Wednesday 22 May, 2019) in Dublin, Ireland ASTP, Europe’s Premier association of knowledge transfer professionals elected a new President, Martin Raditsch.
As CEO of Innovectis GmbH, the knowledge transfer company and 100% subsidiary of Goethe University Frankfurt, Martin brings 20 years’ experience in international business development, licensing and technology transfer in the pharma, med-tech, biotech and material sciences sector to the leadership of ASTP.
Commenting on his election, Martin Raditsch said:
“It is, of course, a great honour to be elected ASTP President, but I have accepted this role not for the honour, but as a volunteer representative of ASTP’s maxim; By Members for Members”
“In the 20 years since the inception of ASTP, the knowledge transfer landscape has, and continues to change, at a dramatic pace. It is the role of ASTP to keep the professionals working across Europe informed and educated of the changes to help them further improve the quality of impact that public research has on the economy and society. “
“It is also essential that the strength of the sector and the voices of the people working in it is heard by policymakers across nations and in a wider European context”
“ASTP is well positioned to represent the sector both in-country, through the national associations, and to take our seat at the table in European discussion.” “This is an exciting time to lead this dynamic community and I am elated to be chosen to lead ASTP for the coming period “
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