EU projects – Technology Scouting – Business Innovation


We are very pleased to introduce our Programme Manager Martina, Martina even though she was on the parental leave she was actively contributing to the projects and as well as to the proposal writing. From September Martina is back on full time and we are happy to welcome her back!

Martina leads the Health and Biotechnology programme, she studied the University of Economics in Prague, Faculty of International Relations, major: International Trade in 2009 and her master’s degree at Touro College in New York, Graduate School of Business, major: International Finance in 2011. Martina has been developing her expertise with grant preparation and management since 2010. In the capacity of the Executive Assistant to the Dean at Touro College’s Graduate School of Education she, among other responsibilities, participated in preparation and management of two grants funded by the US Department of Education. As the Manager of International Projects and, subsequently, Member of the Board of Directors at AGEL Research a.s. she coordinated involvement of the AGEL Healthcare Group entities in international research consortia projects submitted for funding into Horizon 2020 competition. Martina also served as Director of Program Management and Chief Liaison for EU at IMPACT Leadership 21, a New York based global platform providing leadership solutions that drive change toward inclusive and sustainable economies. She was a representative to the United Nations.

Martina spends her free time with her family (a husband, a daughter and two stepchildren), taking trips and visiting larger family members and friends who are spread across the Czech Republic. Being raised on a farm in a small village, Martina maintains a micro garden nearby her Prague apartment and enjoys spending as much time outside of civilization as possible.

About her work she says: “I am enthusiastic to support the master minds of European research in shaping their break-through ideas into projects and bringing impacts for European patients and health systems. I also very much appreciate the friendly and cheerful atmosphere at AMIRES, and the company unlimited support to one’s development.”