Peter Kristoffersen

Master degree in biology and chemistry from University of Aarhus, Denmark (1990)
PhD degree in plant molecular biology from Max Planck Institute, Cologne Germany (1995)
HD (Organization and Management), Copenhagen Business School (2006)
Research experiences from biotech start-up companies and medium sized biotech company (1996 – 2011)
Has broad experiences in plant molecular biology, active compounds in plant and in life science.
Research experiences in various areas of life science from the biotech industry: 1) Development of novel types of antibiotics based on natural compounds, 2) development of a cancer treatment therapy and 3) screening and selection of small molecule as drug candidates for pain, inflammation and cancer.
Experiences with project development and project management. Founded Coesam Scandinavia in 2005.

Monica Takamiya Wik

Master degree in biochemistry from Facultad de Ciencias Químicas y Farmacéuticas, Universidad de Chile (1990)
PhD degree in plant molecular biology from Max Planck Institute, Cologne Germany (1995)
Research experiences from food biotechnology (Characterization of bacterial community in raw milk cheese), basic and applied research (Metagenomics of soil samples and analysis of bacterial genes) (1998-2005)
Research experiences with the foodborne pathogen Campylobacter jejuni (poultry slaughter isolates), food-related stress resistance, and bioinformatics. (2006-2010)
Food safety and risk assessment in the poultry industry, and assistance in the reduction of Campylobacter at broiler meat production by the implementation of base line studies, intervention methods and risk assessment. (2011-2012)
My work experience, in particular food safety, supports the activities and projects we are currently running at Coesam Scandinavia.