Caroline Dreyer has been promoted after serving as deputy general manager of regional TTO Satt Conectus in Alsace for six years.

Satt Conectus, the regional tech transfer office for public institutions in Alsace, France, is to promote its deputy general manager Caroline Dreyer (pictured) to become president from September 17. Dreyer will succeed current president Nicolas Carboni, who is departing to head up the deep tech strategy of government-owned investment bank Bpifrance. Dreyer has been deputy general manager of Satt Conectus for six years, helping the TTO drive intellectual property and proof-of-concept projects based on Alsace’s public research. Satt Conectus also aims to secure industrial partnership agreements for the research laboratories of its members. Institutions affiliated to the TTO include Université de Mulhouse, Université de Strasbourg and health research body Inserm, as well as National Institute of Applied Sciences, National School for Water and Environmental Engineering of Strasbourg and National Center for Scientific Research. Dreyer was previously director of Université de Strasbourg’s TTO from 2009 until 2012. She holds an executive MBA from EM Strasbourg Business School, in addition to a post-graduate diploma in protein engineering from Henri Poincaré University, since absorbed by University of Lorraine, and a chemistry master’s degree from Louis Pasteur University, now part of Strasbourg.

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