Dr. Minna Keinänen-Toivola Project manager Organization Satakunta University of Applied Sciences Faculty of Technology, WANDER Nordic Water and Materials Institute, Rauma, Finland. Minna.Keinanen-Toivola@samk.fi | +358447103063| | http://www.samk.fi Main activities of the department Education and expert activities on water quality, hygiene and risk management. Applied research on microbial hygiene in indoor environments. Role in AMiCI Chair of the AMiCI Action
Dr. Birgit Teunissen Business Development & Research Management Organization Chemelot Innovation & Learning Labs Biology & Diagnostics, Geleen, Netherlands Birgit.Teunissen@chillabs.nl | +31 6 396 02 312 | www.chillabs.nl Main activities of the department CHILL helps SMEs with innovation; experienced in evaluating antimicrobial properties of a large range of materials and in developing (molecular) assays for environmental monitoring. Role in AMiCI MC member. WG2 leader
Professor Colum DunneSenior Investigator Organization Graduate Entry Medical School University of Limerick Castletroy Limerick V94 T9PX Ireland colum.dunne <at>ul.ie| +353(0)61234703 | http://www.ul.ie Role in AMiCI MC member; Work Group 4 Lider
Kazimierz Murzyn Managing Director Klaster LifeScience Krakow Organization Foundation Klaster LifeScience Krakow Lifescience Park Krakow, Poland. firstname.lastname@example.org | +48 504 106 466 | www.lifescience.pl Main activities of the department Facilitation and coordination of regional life science innovation ecosystem focused on health an quality of life. Role in AMiCI MC member WG 5 Leader.
Dr. Hülya Ölmez Senior Researcher Organization TÜBİTAK Marmara Research Center Biomaterials and Biosensors Research Group, Material Institute Kocaeli, Turkey Hulya.Olmez@tubitak.gov.tr | 0090 262 6773041 | www.mam.gov.tr Main activities of the department Implant design, nanofabricated implant surfaces, infection control in medical devices, biosensors, biofilms. Role in AMiCI MC member. WG1 leader.
Prof. Bill Keevil Director of the Environmental Healthcare Unit Organization University of Southampton Centre for Biological Sciences Southampton, United Kingdom. email@example.com | +44 2380 594726 | www.southampton.ac.uk/biosci/about/staff/cwk.page Main activities of the department Detection, physiology and eradication of pathogens and biofilms in the environment, the built environment and clinical practice. Role in AMiCI MC member. WG2 and 4. WG2 Vice-leader.
Dr. Anne Kahru Head of the Laboratory of Environmental Toxicology, Resesarch Professor of Estonian Academy of Sciences Organization National Institute of Chemical Physics and Biophysics Lab. of Environmental Toxicology Tallinn, Estonia. firstname.lastname@example.org | +372 6 398 373 | http://kbfi.ee/environmental-toxicology Main activities of the department Nanotoxicology, nanoexotoxicology, in vitro toxicology, microbiology, environmental pollutants, development of in vitro assays for analysis of antimicrobial compounds and evaluation of
Dr. Merja Ahonen Senior researcher Organization Satakunta University of Applied Sciences Faculty of Technology, WANDER Nordic Water and Materials Institute, Rauma, Finland. Merja.Ahonen@samk.fi | +358447103061| http://www.samk.fi Main activities of the department Education and expert activities on water quality, hygiene and risk management. Applied research on microbial hygiene in indoor environments. Role in AMiCI MC member substitute.
Dr. Theofilos Papadopoulos Dr Vet Med, MSc, MPH, PhD Research Fellow- Antimicrobial Research Organization National Agricultural Research Foundation Veterinary Research Institute Thessaloniki, Greece. email@example.com | +32.2.650.52.96 | firstname.lastname@example.org | +306974046768 | http://vri.gr Main activities of the department Applied research in infectious diseases and Public Health. Role in AMiCI MC member.
Dr. Martina Modic Postdoctoral researcher Organization Jožef Stefan Institute Department of Surface Engineering and Optoelectronics Ljubljana, Slovenia. email@example.com | +38614773672| https://www.ijs.si/ijsw Main activities of the department Plasma applications in the biotechnology field - plasma polymerisation of antimicrobial coatings, surface characterizations, inactivation of biofilms using atmospheric pressure plasmas. Role in AMiCI MC member substitute.