The opening hours of our office are from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. from Monday to Friday.
Katja Naie is the director of the science program at the Schering Stiftung. She was born in Dinslaken, Germany, and after studying biology, she began her career at the Charité in Berlin, where she earned a Ph.D. in neuroscience. After working at ETH Zurich as a researcher, she moved to the Hertie Foundation in 2007, where she initiated and directed the Internet information portal www.dasGehirn.info, where she shared her enthusiasm for the brain and the role it plays in our emotions, thoughts, and actions with a broad audience. She is the co-author of an illustrated non-fiction children’s book about the brain and serves as an expert advisor for the KlarText! Award given out by the Klaus Tschira Foundation. Her personal passion is to build a bridge between science and society, and she strives to achieve this goal in her everyday work at the Schering Stiftung.Close
Christina Landbrecht is the director of the art program at the Schering Stiftung. Born in Munich, she moved to Berlin to study art history and business administration at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. She subsequently worked as curatorial assistant at the Berlinische Galerie – Museum of Modern Art, where she later took the position of assistant to the director, Dr. Thomas Köhler. When the excellence cluster “Bild Wissen Gestaltung” (Image Knowledge Gestaltung) was established at Humboldt-Universität, she returned there as a research associate and to write her dissertation. Entitled “The Problem and Potential of Artistic Research,” the PhD-thesis deals with the relationship between the natural sciences and the visual arts since the 1990s. She now wants to put this knowledge to good use for the Foundation, bringing together the expertise of both artists and scientists in productive ways and inspiring interdisciplinary dialogues and projects.Close
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