Cordula Landgraf is responsible for communications and stakeholder engagement. Working closely with management and the Steering Board, she further develops the SCTO’s communication strategy and seeks ways to enhance strategic collaboration with stakeholders – with a special emphasis on patient involvement.
Cordula is a licensed pharmacist and has extensive knowledge of regulatory affairs as well as many years of experience with stakeholder engagement and networking. She is a proponent of further education and teaches at various universities.
Tamara Kohler supports the team in the area of stakeholder engagement. As our Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) Project Manager, her focus lies on implementing and promoting patient and public involvement in academic clinical research.
Tamara is a business graduate and has a wide range of experience in the life sciences and the not-for-profit environment, including in the areas of relationship management and multistakeholder engagement.
Jadranka Knezevic coordinates communications projects and manages the editorial aspects of publications.
A qualified translator and editor, she also develops and maintains the SCTO’s corporate identity and ensures that a common thread runs through all aspects of the SCTO.
Michaela Egli explores the realm of digital media, as well as fresh approaches to fostering dialogue and interaction with the public and with researchers of both today and tomorrow.
A philosopher of science, she also brings practical experience in organisational development, communication and science outreach.
Debora Suter supports the SCTO’s communications team and makes sure that SCTO events run smoothly. After training to be a specialist in photography, she went on to obtain a diploma in commerce and business administration. She then worked for several years in the public sector as an executive assistant, which involved organising events and maintaining a variety of websites.