At Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Nina heads the “Stabsstelle” Berlin University Alliance. The Berlin University Alliance is the cooperation of the three Berlin universities FU, HU and TU Berlin as well as the Charité, which was successful in the Universities of Excellence
funding line of the German government’s Excellence Strategy
. In her role, Nina contributes to the goal to overcome institutional and disciplinary boundaries through cooperation in various areas in order to bring science to a new level.
During her PhD in Chemistry at the Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces, a Post-Doc at the University of California Santa Barbara, and as a Max-Planck research group leader, where she worked with her team on the development of sustainable energy storage materials, Nina gained extensive experience in research. During this time, she also completed a Master's degree in Science Marketing (Social Innovation). Through working then on a scientific spin-off project for sustainable materials and in an IT start-up for 3D printing, she also gained insights into technology transfer and product management.
The topics innovation, science, transfer and personal development are important to her.