Dipl. Phys., Dr rer.nat.
I joined the Department in October 2013 to oversee its research facilitation activities. My current responsibilities include:
- alerting DPAG researchers to current funding opportunities
- offering individual support for Early Career Researchers and larger, strategic and collaborative bids
- providing advice and guidance on European funding under Horizon 2020
- offering briefings and workshops on a large variety of topics, e.g. Early Career Researcher support or funder-specific issues
- enabling and supporting research collaborations across the University and beyond, including collaborations with industry
- supporting the Department’s strategic ambitions
- co-ordinating the exchange of information and good practice in research support across the Medical Science Division and in collaboration with other Divisions
I joined DPAG after an 18-month stint at King’s College London where I was Research Development Manager for Natural and Mathematical Sciences. Before King’s, I was the Academic Administrator at Lady Margaret Hall for two years before becoming Research Facilitator at the Department of Computer Science where I worked for over four years.
I am a physicist (Diplom, University of Heidelberg) and hold a PhD (Dr.rer.nat.) from the Technical University (TU) Munich.
I am on various groups and networks across the University, among them the Research Data Management and Open Data Working Group, and I am a member of both AUA (the Association of University Administrators) and ARMA (the Association of Research Managers and Administrators).
Mobile resonance enhanced multiphoton ionisation–time-of-flight mass spectrometer with a novel hybrid laser desorption/molecular beam ion source for rapid detection of aromatic trace compounds from gas phase and solid samples
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Acetone in the free troposphere and lower stratosphere: Aircraft-based CIMS and GC measurements over the North Atlantic and a first comparison
Wohlfrom K-H. et al, (1999), Geophysical research letters, 26, 2849 - 2852