food4future contact

Leibniz Institute of Vegetable and Ornamental Crops (IGZ)
Theodor-Echtermeyer-Weg 1
14979 Großbeeren
Germany


www.igzev.de

Potrait of Prof. Dr. Monika Schreiner. You can see her head up to her shoulders. She wears dark glasses and has blond hair which goes over her shoulders.

Prof. Dr. Monika Schreiner

Coordinator

schreiner@igzev.de
T +49 (0) 33701 78 304

Prof. Dr. Monika Schreiner is head of the programme area Plant Quality & Food Security at the Leibniz Institute of Vegetable and Ornamental Crops (IGZ) and is an honorary professor at the University of Hannover. She is concerned with the study and influencing of secondary plant metabolism with the aim of optimizing it for human nutrition. She is coordinator of the food4future consortium and involved in the project "Macroalgae and Halophytes". In addition, she is the coordinator of the central coordination office of the overarching funding line Agricultural Systems of the Future.

Potrait of Dr. Babette Regierer. You can see her head up to her shoulders. She is smiling at the camera. Her dark hear reaches her shoulders.

Dr. Babette Regierer

Deputy Coordinator

regierer@igzev.de
T +49 (0) 33701 78 351

Dr. Babette Regierer is deputy to the coordinator Prof. Monika Schreiner and supports the work of the food4future office. She has been working in scientific management for more than twenty years and brings her expertise in strategy development, network management, communication and knowledge transfer to the research network. She is particularly committed to positioning food4future in the national and international research area.

Potrait of Julia Vogt. You can see her face and her right shoulder which are directed at the camera. She wears glasses and a dark suit jacket. Her dark hair goes over her shoulders.

Julia Vogt

Project Manager food4future

vogt@igzev.de
T +49 (0) 33701 78 163

Julia Vogt works as a project manager of the joint research project at the Leibniz Institute of Vegetable and Ornamental Crops (IGZ). After studying biochemistry, she first worked as a molecular biologist at the University of Potsdam before switching to science management. She supports the coordination in all aspects of management and is the contact person for your inquiries about food4future.