Profil

Wolfram RIENECK

Position:
Member of WG2
Phone:
+43 512 9003 70072
Fax:
+43 512 9003 73270
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Description of job and tasks involved

Involvement in the whole project cycle both pre- and post-award. Responsible for all international projects and University-Industry collaboration projects.

 

Experience with European research projects

• 4th to 7th Framework programmes
• Horizon 2020
• COST
• EUREKA
• Health programme
• Eurostars
• IMI
• Interreg

 

Organisation

Since its inception as an independent University in 2004, the Medical University of Innsbruck (MUI) (https://www.i-med.ac.at/) is a young and modern university with a long tradition. With about 3,000 students and over 1,400 employees, MUI is the most important institution for medical research and education in Western Austria and the only institution in Austria offering a Master course in Molecular Medicine.
MUI´s strength lies in the fields of basic and translational research, with our research focusing on four strategic areas: (i) Neuroscience, (ii) Infectiology, Immunology & Transplant, (iii) Oncology, and (iv) Genetics, Epigenetics & Genomics.

The research administration is organized in a de-centralized way. The Research and Innovation Service has a coordinating function and works closely together with the HR department (employment of personal in projects), the financial department (financial administration and reporting) and the legal services (contractual issues).

Biography

Professional Career

2011- present:Project manager responsible for
international RTD projects and collaborative projects Industry-Academia, Innsbruck Medical University, Austria
2011:Programme Manager for international projects, Standortagentur Tirol (as
successor of BEP)
2007-2011:Regional contact point (RKS) for all specific programmes within the 7th EU Framework Programme for RTD, specialist for national RTD programmes
2003-2007:National contact point (NCP) for the thematic priority 1 (Life Sciences) of
the 6th EU Framework Programme
2006-2010:Partner in the EU FP6 project CPN-YAS-PRD
2001-2011:Deputy managing director, BEP – Bureau for European Programmes

1998-2011:

Project Manager responsible for technology transfer,
innovation and EU-RTD-projects, IRC ATTAC

1998:Project Manager responsible for technology transfer, innovation and EU-RTD-projects, IRC Danube, Wien, Austria

 

Education

1991-1995:

PhD study, Institute for microbiology, University of Innsbruck, Austria

1984-1991:Master Study in Biology/Microbiology/Informatics, Leopold Franzens University Innsbruck, Austria