Dr. Gabriele Schricker, Director Project Management at Therawis Diagnostics GmbH, has a broad background of more than seventeen years of professional experience in international project management and information & documentation management in the field of drug development. Dr. Schricker started her professional career at a clinical CRO for 3 years and worked during the last 14 years for 6 biopharmaceutical companies in Germany, Switzerland, and Italy. She was mainly responsible for partnered co-development alliances and projects with focus in oncology (small molecules and biologics) and inflammatory diseases (biologics) leading multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural drug development teams in early to late stage development programs. In addition, she was responsible for financial and program reporting to internal and external governance committees, supervisory boards, and key stakeholders. Furthermore, Dr. Schricker has a strong expertise in implementation and optimization of project management processes, team performance, and communication. Dr. Schricker holds a PhD in Biology from the University of Cologne, Germany. After her PhD thesis in Zoology, she gained a second qualification in Scientific Information Management and earned additional qualifications in coaching and psychological counselling. Dr. Schricker is keynote speaker for project management at the European Centre for Regulatory Affairs (EUCRAF, Freiburg) since 2011.
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